Immunizations

Proactive prevention is crucial to your wellness

When it comes to disease prevention, immunizations are key. Getting vaccinated protects you and those around you. Our main focus is to help you and your loved ones stay up-to-date on the recommended vaccines. We offer a variety of immunizations, including:

  • Flu vaccines

  • Vaccines required before entering school

  • A vaccine to prevent pneumonia

  • A vaccine to prevent shingles

 

Our highly qualified staff can easily administer these immunizations here at the pharmacy, No Appointment Needed. Please call any of our pharmacy locations today to inquire about vaccine availability and with any other questions you might have.

Kirk's Pharmacy Travel Clinic

Planning a trip? Kirk's Pharmacy also conveniently serves as your travel resource destination.

 

Our staff have been to six of the world's continents, and can advise you from both a professional and personal perspective. 

 

We perform flexible, appointment-based travel clinic consultations to fully prepare you for your trip. 

 

Consultations include: 

  - Personalised advice and expertise,

  - Prescriptions for commonly needed travel medications, like 

   malaria prophylaxis, traveller's diarrhea, and altitude

   sickness,

  - Complete immunisations,

  - Over-the-counter item recommendations, which you can

   purchase on site.

 

Call us today to set up an appointment!

 

Please download and complete our travel screening form

 

 

and email to clinical@kirkspharmacy.com prior to your appointment. 

 

Competitive pricing for individuals is set at $50; group discounts are available. Pricing does not include additional copays or charges for medications or vaccinations. 

We provide the following vaccines:

  • Typhoid (oral vaccine and injection)

  • Hepatitis A and B

  • Seasonal Flu

  • Polio

  • Pneumonia

  • Tetanus, Diphtheria and Pertussis

  • Human Papilloma Virus (HPV)

  • Japanese Encephalitis

  • Meningococcal

  • Measles, Mumps and Rubella

  • Rabies

  • Chicken Pox

  • Shingles (Zoster)

To learn more about the importance of immunizations, visit the CDC’s Vaccines and Immunizations website.