Immunizations for All Ages

Protect Yourself. Protect Your Family.

Vaccinations offer broader protection against many serious diseases more than ever before.
Like seat belts and car seats, vaccines can be lifesavers. In fact, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has said immunization is the most important public health act in history, after safe drinking water. When you vaccinate, you not only protect your child, but you protect the individuals around you like grandparents or the neighbor that is seriously ill. Immunizations are important.

Adults Should Protect Themselves, Too

The need for vaccination doesn't stop at childhood. Getting immunized is a lifelong, life protecting job. Ask your primary health care physicians or advanced practice practitioner if you're up-to-date on all recommended adult vaccinations.

Protect the People You Love

Immunizations are important! It's important to have accurate information and facts so you decide what's best for yourself and your family. Ask your primary health care physicians or advanced practice practitioner any questions you might have.

Sources for Vaccine Information

Websites

Hotline

CDC Immunization Hotline: 800-232-2522