Women's Health . Prevention and Screening . Immunizations

Contact your PCP and discuss screening and immunization schedules that you may be due for.  

Adult Immunizations

Indication Immunization Frequency
14 years Tetanus Every 10 years
≥ 65 years Pneumonia Vaccine If chronic illness or over 65
Childbearing Age Rubella  
≥ 50 years & all health care workers. Flu  (Influenza) Every year, especially if ≥65 or at risk. CDC
Exposure Hepatitis B Series of 3 shots at 0,2 and 6 months
Exposure or Travel Hepatitis A Series of 2 shots 6 months apart
Suceptable Adults Chicken Pox (VZV)  

bullet Download or View the complete adult immunization schedule and recommendations here.

The Parents Guide to Childhood Immunizations

 A 94-page booklet introducing parents to 12 childhood diseases and the vaccines that can protect children from them.
  • Print your own copy   text only or  in pdf in Spanish or English, from the national immunization program
  • Order a free booklet from the National Immunization Program. Printed bound version, available in English and Spanish from the national immunization program.

Travelers Vaccines

 There may vary by age, location etc.  Consult the CDC travel web site


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