- Pneumococcal Vaccine: Indicated for prevention of pneumonia caused by certain strains of pneumonia in adults age fifty and older and those who have certain risk factors (including, but not limited to asthma or other respiratory disease, diabetes, smokers)
- Tdap: A combination vaccination offering protection against tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis, this is a one time booster given to adults age 19 and over, especially to those who are around young children.
- Zoster: A live vaccine given to adults 60 years of age and older (50 years of age with a doctor's prescription) to protect against shingles. The vaccine, while not completely removing any chance of shingles, has been proven to lessen the severity of the infection in those who have received it.
- Influenza: Seasonal protection against the most common strains of flu. This vaccination is offered yearly beginning in October to assure protection for the duration of flu season. This vaccine is "inactivated" so it is not possible to catch the flu from receiving it.