*Vaccine availability and administration capabilities vary by location and state regulation. Contact the Pharmacy or The Little Clinic for details.

*To find out if you're eligible, check out the CDC's guidance here.

Our Available Vaccines

Did you know you can get vaccinated right where you shop, at our Pharmacy and The Little Clinic? We offer a wide range of vaccines to meet your health needs.

    This vaccine protects against coronavirus. Depending on the manufacturer, up to two doses are currently recommended.

    **The COVID-19 vaccine is currently only available to individuals 12+.

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    This vaccine protects against HPV, the major cause of cervical cancer, anal cancer, and genital warts in both women and men. Adults age 15-26 need at least two doses.

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    This vaccine protects against influenza, a contagious viral infection of the nose, throat, and lungs. Everyone 6 months and older should receive a yearly flu vaccine.

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    There are two types of meningococcal vaccines that protect against meningococcal disease, a leading cause of bacterial meningitis infections around the brain and spinal cord. All 11-12 year olds should get a meningococcal conjugate vaccine and a booster dose at 16 years old. People age 16-23 years also may get a serogroup B meningococcal vaccine.

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    This vaccine protects against polio, a disease that can infect a person’s spinal cord and cause paralysis. Children are recommended to get one vaccine dose at 2 months old, 4 months old, 6 through 18 months old, and 4 through 6 years old.

    **This vaccine is available at The Little Clinic or at select pharmacies. Please contact your pharmacy for details or schedule an appointment with The Little Clinic below.

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*Travel vaccines are available at select Pharmacies only. Contact your Pharmacy for details.

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Vaccines

Your health and safety are our priority, that’s why we’re here to help you and your family stay up to date on your vaccinations. We offer the tools and resources you need to ensure you and your loved ones are protected from vaccine-preventable diseases.

How Do Vaccines Work?

In short: vaccines help you develop immunity without getting sick first. Vaccines teach your immune system to create proteins, known as antibodies, which protect you from possible future infections against certain disease-causing organisms. If you’ve been vaccinated against a virus and are later exposed to that virus, your immune system will remember how to produce the antibodies needed to protect you. Vaccines are your best shot at staying healthy from vaccine-preventable illnesses.

Which Vaccines are Available?

We provide back to school, travel and everyday wellness vaccines. Our available vaccines include:

  • COVID-19 vaccine*
  • Varicella vaccine (also known as the chickenpox vaccine)*
  • Hepatitis A vaccine*
  • Hepatitis B vaccine*
  • HPV vaccine (Gardasil vaccine)*
  • Influenza vaccine (also known as the flu vaccine)*
  • Japanese encephalitis vaccine*
  • MMR vaccine (measles, mumps and rubella vaccine)*
  • Meningococcal vaccines (including meningitis vaccine and meningitis B vaccine)*
  • Polio vaccine*
  • Pneumonia vaccine (pneumococcal)*
  • Rabies vaccine*
  • Shingles vaccine (herpes zoster)*
  • Typhoid vaccine*
  • Tdap vaccine*

*Vaccine availability and administration capabilities vary by location and state regulation. Contact your pharmacy or clinic for details.

Scroll up to view more information about each available vaccine. If you’re unsure which vaccinations are recommended for you or your child, view the vaccines by age group. For more information, talk to your healthcare provider or check out the Centers for Disease Control’s official immunization schedule.

Continue your wellness journey with healthy living and nutrition advice at our Health Services page or Nutrition Center. For more vaccine information or pharmacy services head over to our Pharmacy page.