Where to Find Vaccines
Vaccines may be available at private doctor offices, pharmacies, workplaces, community health clinics, health departments or other community locations, such as schools and religious centers. If your primary healthcare provider does not stock all the vaccines recommended for you, ask for a referral.
Federally funded health centers can provide services if you don’t have health insurance or a regular source of health care – you pay what you can afford based on your income. Locate a health center near you.
You can also contact your state health department to learn more about where to get vaccines in your community.
To find an adult vaccine provider in your area, type your zip code in the box above and click “GO” or visit Healthmap Vaccine Finder.
If you’re traveling internationally, CDC encourages you to make sure you are up to date on all routine vaccinations as well as vaccinations that are recommended based on the areas you will be visiting. Go to the CDC travel website to find out which vaccines are recommended for you based on your travel destination and the kind of traveler you are.
The CDC travel website also has a list of travel medicine clinics that can give you advice before your trip and help you get the vaccines you need.
- Page last reviewed: March 31, 2017
- Page last updated: March 31, 2017
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