Vaccine Information


As of September 6th, 2022, we now have the omicron variant-specific boosters available from both Moderna (ages 18+) and Pfizer (ages 5+). Anyone at least 2 months out from their previous booster is eligible to receive the new variant-specific booster. Other covid vaccines available as follows:

  • - Moderna (Adult and Children 3-5 years old)
  • - Pfizer (Adult, Pediatric, and young children - ages 3 and up)
  • - Johnson & Johnson (18+)
  • - Novavax (12+)

Walk-ins are welcome Monday - Friday from 9:30 AM - 5:30 PM, and Saturdays from 9:30 AM - 3:30 PM, but appointments are encouraged.


We also offer vaccinations for shingles, pneumonia, and flu (when in season).

Contact the pharmacy for more information.

Things to consider before getting a vaccine:

If you are feeling ill, please defer your appointment until you have recovered. If you have recently tested positive for Covid, it is recommended that you wait 3 months before receiving a covid vaccine.

Vaccine Form:

All individuals receiving the COVID-19 vaccine must complete the New York State COVID-19 Vaccine Form for the first dose, pursuant to Executive Order 202.86, and attest that they are eligible to be vaccinated Practices, providers, and entities must confirm adherence to this requirement at the time of vaccine administration.

Vaccine Safety:

Post-vaccination monitoring is an essential part of the COVID-19 vaccination program. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is promoting and encouraging all those being vaccinated to participate in V-Safe, a smart-phone based application that will allow those vaccinated to enter their symptoms in the days after vaccination using text messaging. V-Safe also provides reminders for the second dose and telephone follow up for anyone who reports medically significant adverse events. V-Safe materials can be found at, including a V-Safe information sheet. Please print out the information sheet and hand to each person vaccinated. You must report any adverse events that occur after vaccination to the Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System (VAERS) at or by calling 1-800-822-7967.

How much does vaccination cost?

At this time, all vaccines being administered have been obtained and paid for by the Federal government. There is no cost to you. Flu and Pneumonia vaccines are typically covered by all insurances. The shingles vaccines may have a copay, depending on your insurance.