Vaccination

Book vaccinations at our pharmacy

Complete Care pharmacies provide vaccinations for a wide variety of conditions. All vaccinations are carried out in private areas by trained professionals and include important information such as care instructions.

Depending on the circumstances, you’ll be asked to wait within our location for a few moments after receiving your vaccination just to ensure medical care is at hand should you require it.

We provide a wide range of vaccinations, including:

A woman receives an adhesive bandage on her upper arm after receiving a vaccination, showcasing the accessibility and care provided by our comprehensive vaccination program.

Book Measles, Mumps, Rubella (MMR) OR Whooping Cough

Book Covid-19 Vaccination

Book Flu Vaccination

Book Covid-19 and Flu Vaccination

Book Covid-19 Testing

Vaccination Locations

Vaccination - FAQs

In most cases, you can get a COVID booster 6 months after your last confirmed infection or booster.

Vaccines work by introducing a harmless version of a pathogen or a small part of it into the body.

The immune system identifies this foreign substance as a threat and mounts an immune response, producing antibodies to fight the invader.

These antibodies remain in the body, providing immunity against the actual pathogen if encountered later.

They remain in the body for a specified period of time, depending on the type of pathogen and vaccination.

Yes, vaccines are rigorously tested for safety and efficacy before they are approved for use.

The benefits of vaccination in preventing serious diseases and their complications far outweigh the potential risks, which are generally minimal and temporary. Serious adverse reactions to vaccines are rare.

Common side effects of vaccinations include mild reactions such as soreness at the injection site, mild fever, fatigue, and muscle aches. These reactions are typically short-lived and resolve on their own.

In other cases, there are no side effects, but this depends on the person and vaccination.

No, vaccines cannot cause the diseases they are designed to prevent.

Vaccines contain weakened or inactivated forms of pathogens, making it impossible for them to cause the disease.

However, they do stimulate the immune system to create an immune response and build immunity.

Fees

  • COVID vaccination is FREE
  • Flu $29.95 for ages 5-65
  • Flu 65+ $14.95
  • Whooping cough (aka diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis) $50