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Hepatitis B (Hep B), Hepatitis A (Hep A), MMR (Measles, Mumps and Rubella), Polio, Pneumonia, Shingles, Tetanus, Diptheria and attenuated Pertussis (TDaP) booster
The Center of Disease Control (CDC) agreed and called vaccines one of the greatest public health developments of the last century for their role in eradicating smallpox and controlling polio, measles, rubella and other infections diseases in the United States.
Our Registered Nurses are skilled at helping find what vaccinations are currently required for travel to your chosen destination(s). Vaccine recommendations change often based on State Department and World Health Organization recommendations, seasonal variations, and regional outbreaks.
Pertussis is most severe for babies. More than half of infants less than 1 year of age who get the disease must be hospitalized. About 1 in 5 infants with pertussis get pneumonia (lung infection), and about 1 in 100 will have convulsions. In rare cases pertussis can be deadly, especially in infants.