Immunizations

Roll up your sleeve & fight the flu

$35 (four strain) or $25 (three strain) FLU SHOTS + earn 100 BONUS YourPoints*  

High Dose and Nasal Vaccine also available, while supplies last. 

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Our immunization-trained pharmacists can administer a wide range of CDC-recommended immunizations and vaccines for children, adults and seniors.

Ask your Brookshire’s pharmacist which vaccines are recommended for you. 

Influenza
The influenza vaccine is administered yearly to protect against the most common flu strains of the year.
Who should get the influenza vaccine?
All children and adults over the age of 6 months.
• Price without insurance – See Above

Pneumococcal
The pneumococcal vaccine is one dose and protects against pneumonia caused by the bacteria Strep. pneumo.
Who should get the pneumococcal vaccine?
At-risk groups, which include infants and children, adults over the age of 65, adults 19-64 years old who have asthma and patients age 2-64 who have chronic illness.
• Price without insurance – $85

Herpes Zoster (Shingles)
The herpes zoster vaccine is administered once and protects against shingles in patients who have had chicken pox in the past.
Who should get the herpes zoster vaccine?
Adults age 50 and older who have had chicken pox in the past.
• Price without insurance – $220

Meningococcal
The meningococcal vaccine is given once and protects against bacterial meningitis.
Who should get the meningococcal vaccine?
College students, military living in barracks, patients with asplenia and those traveling to Africa, Asia or Saudi Arabia.
• Price without insurance – $130

Tetanus/diphtheria/pertussis (Tdap)
The Tdap vaccine is a booster that is only needed once and protects against tetanus, diphtheria and whooping cough.
Who should get the Tdap vaccine?
Patients in need of a tetanus booster who have never been vaccinated against whooping cough.
• Price without insurance – $65

Tetanus/diphtheria (Td)
The Td vaccine is a booster given once every 10 years to protect against tetanus and diphtheria infections.
Who should get the Td vaccine?
Patients in need of a tetanus booster, if Tdap has been previously administered.
• Price without insurance – $40

Human Papillomavirus (HPV)
The human papillomavirus vaccine is a 3-dose series that protects against HPV, which is the most common sexually-transmitted disease in the US and can lead to cervical cancer and genital warts.
Who should get the HPV vaccine?
Males and females 9 to 26 years old.
• Price without insurance – $175

Varicella (Chicken pox)
The varicella vaccine is a 2-dose series that protects against the chicken pox.
Who should get the varicella vaccine?
All infants and children, and any adult born after 1980 who have never had the chicken pox.
• Price without insurance – $120

Measles/Mumps/Rubella (MMR)
The MMR vaccine is a 2-dose series that protects against measles, mumps and rubella.
Who should get the MMR vaccine?
All children ages 1 to 12, and healthcare workers.
• Price without insurance – $95

Hepatitis A
The hepatitis A vaccine is a 2-dose series that protects against the hepatitis A virus, which is found in the stool of infected people. The vaccine can also be given in combination with hepatitis B in a 3-dose series.
Who should get the hepatitis A vaccine?
International travelers, men who have sex with men, workers with potential exposure risk and patients with chronic liver disease.
• Price without insurance – $85 / Twinrix (combination with hepatitis B): $135

Hepatitis B
The hepatitis B vaccine is a 3-dose series that protects against the hepatitis B virus, which is a bloodborne pathogen. The vaccine can also be given in combination with hepatitis A in a 3-dose series.
Who should get the hepatitis B vaccine?
International travelers, adults with multiple sexual partners, healthcare and other workers at risk for blood exposure, patients with chronic liver or renal disease, or HIV.
• Price without insurance – $85 / Twinrix (combination with hepatitis A): $135

Polio
The polio vaccine is 4-dose series that protects against poliomyelitis infection, which can cause paralysis.
Who should get the polio vaccine?
All children and adults ages 6 weeks and older.
• Price without insurance – $50

Typhoid
The typhoid vaccine can be given as a one-time injection or series of oral capsules to protect against typhoid fever.
Who should get the typhoid vaccine?
International travelers and people in contact with a typhoid carrier.
• Price without insurance – Injection: $75 / Oral capsules: $50

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