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Adult Immunizations

Did you know it is estimated that an average of 200K people are hospitalized due to flu-related complications?


Adults need shots as much as children do!

Vaccines are one of the most effective ways of preventing illness and they can keep you from passing dangerous diseases to the people you care about the most. Don’t leave your health care provider’s office without making sure you’ve had all the vaccinations you need.

Vaccine recommendations for adolescents and adults are based on a variety of factors including age, overall health status, and medical history. The CDC's schedule of Recommended Adult Immunizations is available here. To help you understand what vaccines you might need, you can complete the Adolescent and Adult Vaccine Quiz online. Then print your results and discuss them with your doctor or health care professional next time you make an office visit. You can also use the Adult Immunization Scheduler to determine the vaccines you need according to the Adult Immunization Schedule.

Visit the links below for additional information about vaccinations for:






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05/11/2017 Register now for the 2017 WV Immunization Summit! The 2017 WV Immunization Summit is scheduled for June 21st and 22nd at the Charleston Civic Center and is held in conjunction with the KidStrong Conference. [More]
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09/07/2016 Be the Key to Cancer Prevention in Your Community Join the campaign to improve HPV vaccination rates among your patients and protect them from a future of cancer. [More]
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