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Vaccinations and Injections

Stay Healthy! Get Vaccinated!

Nurse on Staff: Diane Riley, RN, BSN

Nurse's Hours: 

Tuesday             4:30 - 7:00

Wednesday     11:30 - 6:30     

Friday                 11:30 - 6:30

Vaccines Available

Click on the vaccine for more info and to schedule an appointment

We provide: 

  • Moderna Primary Series and Bivalent Boosters 

  • Pfizer Primary Series and Bivalent Boosters

  • Novavax

We provide

  • Prevnar13

  • Prevnar20

  • Pneumovax23

​We provide:

  • Flu shots for ages 6 months and older 

  • High dose flu shots for ages 65 and older

A single dose vaccine that protects against tetanus, diphtheria, and pertussis (whooping cough)

A 2-dose series that replaced Zostavax to protect against Shingles

A single dose vaccine that protects against measles, mumps, and rubella

How to Prepare for Your Vaccine

What to bring with you to the pharmacy

  • Your ID 

  • Any and all insurance cards, including (if applicable): 

    • Prescription insurance 

    • Medical insurance 

    • Medicare number (found on your Medicare Red, White, and Blue card) 

Click on the tabs above to see what to look for on your insurance card(s)

  • Any vaccine records that you would like filled out

    • If you are receiving a COVID-19 vaccine, remember to bring all of your CDC COVID vaccine administration cards with you so that we can add your newest vaccine 

    • If you have another vaccine record card or document that you would like the nurse to fill out for you, please bring it to your vaccine

On the day of your vaccination

  • Wear a shirt with easy access to your upper arm -- short sleeves are best

  • Make sure to eat and drink water

    • Many people get nervous prior to receiving a vaccine and may get dizzy around the time of their vaccination. Eating and drinking prior  to your vaccine can help prevent fainting!​

    • Eating and drinking water after your vaccine can help prevent or reduce common side effects of a vaccine

  • Do not take pain relievers prior to your vaccination to prevent vaccine-related side effects ​

    • ​Using OTC pain relievers like ibuprofen, acetaminophen, or aspirin (unless taken under direction of a healthcare provider) prior to a vaccine can affect how well the vaccine works ​
    • It is ok to use pain relievers for developed side effects like headaches, fever, or pain following your vaccination if needed

  • Be prepared to stay in the pharmacy 

    • For safety, you will need to be observed for up to 30 minutes following your vaccination​

Frequently Asked Questions

Patients please be aware: 
Text messages may arrive as a secure message from Dr. Tom Riley, our pharmacist, through a link
This is not a scam message and allows for HIPAA compliant messaging!

All educational content found on this page is sourced from the CDC

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