Elderly Vaccinations in Norwalk, CT

Getting vaccinations as a child is important for continued health and prevention of certain diseases. However, over time those effects will wear off leaving you vulnerable for potential diseases. elderlys should be receiving vaccines in order to maintain their health. Some elderlys may be exposed to certain diseases due to their job, age, lifestyle, or health conditions. DOCS Urgent Care in Norwalk offers elderly and elderly vaccinations with convenient walk-in times. Our staff is full of board-certified medical experts who are here to treat you and help to maintain your optimal health. We accept all major insurances.

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677 Connecticut Ave
Norwalk, CT 06854

(203) 298-9752
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What to Know About Vaccinations & Immunizations

What is a Vaccination?

Vaccinations are not cures to diseases, but they do act as a preventative measure for our Norwalk patients. Vaccines are used to stimulate the production of antibodies to the targeted disease, helping you develop immunity and decrease the likelihood of contracting the illness. Most vaccines contain a weakened form of the disease that it is intended to protect against, an example is the measles vaccine which actually contains the virus within the substance.

Why Does the Elderly Need Vaccinations?

As we age, our immune systems become weaker and weaker, making it more difficult to fight off infections and diseases. This makes vaccinations vital to those 65 and older, especially for those with continuous health conditions, like heart disease or diabetes. It is not only important to receive vaccinations for ourselves, but they help to reduce the spread of disease within our families friends.

Elderly Vaccinations Offered in Norwalk

At our Norwalk office, older individuals can receive a variety of vaccines to help prevent them from illnesses and diseases. As we age, we are more likely to contract a vaccine-preventable disease. These diseases may cause mortality depending on the patients current health condition. Patients can be treated by one of our friendly staff members and receive needed immunizations and vaccinations.

Our elderly patients will follow an immunization schedule just as our young patients do. Always consult with your Norwalk Primary Care Physician to fully understand your schedule and what your body needs to remain healthy.

Older adults aged 65+ can take charge of their health by receiving vaccines including:

  • Flu (Influenza)
  • Shingles (Herpes Zoster)
  • Pneumonia (Pneumococcal)
  • TD (Tetanus Diphtheria)
  • TDAP (Whooping Cough)
  • Hepatitis A (HEP A)
  • Hepatitis B (HEP B)
  • MMR (Measles, Mumps, and Rubella)

The Care You Need When You Need It in Norwalk

Vaccinations are vital to everyone, from young children to the elderly. They help prevent the spread of certain diseases, while building your immune system. Protect yourself against these diseases and speak with your primary care physician here at our Norwalk office today to go over your immunization schedule.

Receive top medical care from our board-certified physicians who can provide you with affordable vaccination options.


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