Vaccines & Injections

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*Vaccine availability and administration capabilities vary by location and state regulation. Injections are available at The Little Clinic only.

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, your age, and immune status, up to four doses are currently recommended.

    **Depending on the area, the COVID-19 vaccine is currently available to individuals age 6 months or older.

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    This vaccine protects against Haemophilus influenzae type B (Hib) disease. Hib can be the cause of many illnesses, such as ear infections, pneumonia and even sepsis. The Hib vaccine is routinely administered to those in the 12 to 15 month age range, but it can also be given to older individuals if risk or certain chronic conditions are present.

    **The vaccine is available through The Little Clinic only.

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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 9-26 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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Vaccines by Need

*Travel vaccines are available at The Little Clinic or at select Pharmacies only.

Our Available Injections

The Little Clinic is equipped to administer certain prescribed injections and allergy shots at the provider’s discretion based on your illness, symptoms, health status and the prescribed injectable. To obtain additional information on the prescribed injections or allergy shots that may be administered at The Little Clinic, stop by or call your local clinic. The Pharmacy is unable to administer injections at this time.

    Once you have received the two initial shots administered by your allergist, you’re welcome to visit any of our clinic locations for subsequent injections. Please bring the following items to your visit:

    • Written approval from your allergist
    • Allergy serum vial
    • Dosing instructions and injection log

    Note: After your allergy shot is administered at The Little Clinic, we will observe you for 30 minutes.

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    Vitamin B-12 injections can be administered at The Little Clinic with a valid prescription for the medication. Fill the prescription at a pharmacy, then bring the medication directly to any clinic location. After reviewing the prescriber’s instructions and conducting a quick consultation, the healthcare provider may administer your medication.

    Note: Medication should be in the prescribed container with instructions and should not be tampered with.

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    The Little Clinic is equipped to administer injectable birth control, such as Depo-Provera, in all clinic locations. Fill the prescription at a pharmacy, then bring the medication directly to any clinic location. One of our Board-Certified Healthcare Providers will review the prescription with you and discuss any healthcare concerns before administering. Please note that a pregnancy test may be required prior to administration of certain medications.

    Note: Medication should be in the prescribed container with instructions and should not be tampered with.

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    Most prescribed medications can be taken by mouth. However, there are some medications that must be administered via injection either into the muscle or fatty tissue in the body. While most of these can be self-administered at home, sometimes it is required (or more comfortable) to have a healthcare provider administer these for you. The Little Clinic can provide injections of patient-supplied home medications at all locations after a consultation and examination by one of our Board-Certified Healthcare Providers. Contact your local clinic to ask about your specific medication.

    Note: Medication should be in the prescribed container with instructions and should not be tampered with.

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    Rocephin, or ceftriaxone, is an antibiotic medication that is used to treat several common infections. Rocephin can be administered with a prescription from another healthcare provider, or after a consultation and examination by a healthcare provider at The Little Clinic.

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    Toradol, or ketorolac, is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) that is used to treat mild to moderate pain. Toradol may be administered with a prescription from another healthcare provider, or after a consultation and examination by a healthcare provider at The Little Clinic.

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    A tuberculosis (TB) or PPD skin test is used to detect latent, also known as a “silent,” TB infection. A PPD skin test is often used for persons in high exposure occupations, such as healthcare, to catch any infections before they become severe or communicable to others. The medication is administered into the skin typically on the lower forearm and reviewed by a healthcare provider 48-72 hours after administration to assess for any localized reaction.

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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.

Pharmacy and Clinic services are available in select areas. Access our pharmacy locator to find a pharmacy near you. The Little Clinic practices in the following states only: AZ, KY, OH, TN, CO, IN, GA, KS, VA. Access our clinic locatorto find a clinic near you. At this time, Virtual Visits available through The Little Clinic can be scheduled in all states for concerns related to COVID-19.