The 2019 Child/Adolescent and Adult Immunization Schedules are now available!

For healthcare professionals:

  • Recommended Immunization Schedule for Child and Adolescent, ages 18 or younger: Click here
  • Recommended Immunization Schedule for Adults, ages 19 years or older, 2019: Click here
  • Additional immunization-related resources for Health Care Providers: Click here

For the general public:

Parent-friendly schedule formats

  • Immunization Schedule for Infants and Children, 2019:  Click here
  • Immunization Schedule for Preteens and Teens, 2019: Click here

(updated 2/5/2019)

Measles Is Just A Rash, Right? 

Our nurses often hear parents say that measles is just a rash. Actually, measles can be very dangerous in some populations of people. Did you know that in 2014, globally 122,0000 died from complications of measles.

Is your child susceptible to measles? Any child that is unvaccinated is susceptible to measles. A susceptible child may need to be held at home for up to 21 days if measles is detected in their school or daycare. This is because you can catch it just by being in a room where someone with measles coughed or sneezed.

Is your child behind on vaccines? If your child is behind on vaccines or you aren't sure if your child is due for vaccines, please contact their doctor today!

Check out the video below to learn more about measles.

More information on measles: Click here

(Updated 1/30/2019)  

Vaccines Work!

Diseases like Diphtheria, Smallpox and Polio have decreased by 100% because of the use of vaccines.

(Updated 1/16/2019)

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Flu Burden in Perspective

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) are sharing the burden of disease statistics from the 2017-2018 flu season. In the 2017-2018 flu season, more people were diagnosed with the flu than the combined populations of Texas and Florida. There were more flu related deaths (79,000) than the average number of people who attend the Super Bowl every year.

It is NOT too late to get your flu shot. Call your health care provider or local pharmacy.

(Updated 1/16/2018)

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Check Out Our New Flu Video!

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(Updated 7/19/2018)

Learn More About Vaccines Today!

Take a moment to watch our videos on vaccinations, whooping cough, HPV and shingles vaccines. 

Click play on the videos below. 

(Updated 7/24/2017)

New York State 2018-2019 School Immunization Requirements 

School Immunization Requirements Now Available!

New York State 2018-2019 School Immunization Requirements: Click here

(Updated 7/11/2018)

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Learn More About Whooping Cough!

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(Updated 7/24/2017)

Questions About HPV?

This video is a great way to learn more about the HPV vaccine. 

Click the play button below. (Updated 7/24/2017)

Prevent The Burning Blistering Pain of Shingles!

Learn more about shingles and the shingles vaccine.

Click the play button below. (Updated 7/24/2017)

Meningococcal Vaccine for School

Meningococcal vaccine (MenACWY) is now required for kids entering grades 7 and 12 in New York State. Meningococcal disease can kill its host within just a few hours. What feels like a cold in the morning can leave a child fighting for his life by dinner time. As the infection progresses, tiny blood vessels are damaged and children who survive their infections may suffer permanent organ damage and loss of fingers, toes, arms or legs. An infection in the brain can result in seizures, permanent neurological deficits and hearing loss.
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Meningococcal infections are rare but because of their severity, every possible measure should be taken to prevent them. Requiring the vaccine for school will save lives. No child should have to experience meningococcemia (infection in the blood) or meningococcal meningitis (infection in the spinal fluid) and no family should lose a child to a disease that can be prevented by a vaccine.

Click here for NY State Vaccines Required for School. Healthcare providers,

click here for a one-page summary of MenACWY vaccination recommendations for 7th and 12th graders who may or may not have been previously vaccinated.
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Updated 1/8/18