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IMMUNIZATION AND TESTING SERVICES
COVID-19 (Pfizer and Moderna )
Influenza (Quadrivalent and High Dose) 13 Years and older
Meningitis (Menactra, A-C-W-Y, MCV4)
TDAP (Whooping Cough, Tetanus, and Diphtheria)
Hepatitis B : Call for appointment
Medicare D Plan Review
You are eligible to change or renew your Medicare plan. We can provide you with a review of Medicare Advantage and prescription drug plans based on your specific medications so that you can make an educated decision.
COVID-19 Testing (Rapid, antigen)
Flu Testing (Rapid, Influenza A & B)
-Prescription treatments are available for both Positive COVID or Flu Tests.
-Results will be sent to your provider to expedite that process if requested.
-It is important to begin treatment as soon as possible after onset of symptoms.
-If your provider is unavailable, we offer a Telehealth option with the link below for 24-Hour Telehealth Provider Services.
Vaccines are for everyone, not just children.
In fact, there are some vaccines that are specifically recommended for adults. These “adult” vaccines protect against diseases that are more common in adults than children. Some vaccines protect against diseases that can be more serious when contracted by adults. Other adult vaccines may actually be boosters of vaccines that you received as a child.
Getting vaccinated reduces your risk of getting diseases like shingles, measles, whooping cough, or influenza. To put that risk in perspective, every year in the United States over 40,000 adults die from diseases against which they could have been vaccinated. Even if a vaccine is not 100% effective at protecting you from contracting the disease, it is likely to lessen the severity of the symptoms associated with the disease.