Vaccines for Adults
Information for adult patients about what vaccines they need, where to find them, and other common questions.
Vaccines adults need
- Adults Need Vaccines Too!
Information for adults on what vaccines they need.
- Adult Schedules
These documents give all the details on vaccines for adults.
- Adolescent and Adult Vaccine Quiz
This CDC questionnaire will give you a personalized list of the vaccines you might need.
- Vaccinations for Adults (PDF)
This plain-language adult vaccine schedule is available in the following languages:
- For Travelers
Guidance on vaccines you might need before international travel.
- Vaccination recommendations for pregnant women including Tdap and influenza.
Know which vaccines you have received
- Tips for Finding Immunization Records
Doctors’ offices, schools, military records, and immunization registries are all potential sources.
Where to get vaccinated
- Find a Local Health Department or Community Health Board
- Retail locations
- Your dentist (for flu vaccine)
Start with your medical home – a place you regularly receive health care. If your medical home is unable to vaccinate you, other options include:
Call first to see if the vaccine you need is available. You can also check the listings in the HealthMap Vaccine Finder below.
Paying for vaccines
- Uninsured and Underinsured Adult Vaccine Clinics
You may qualify to receive certain vaccines free. Find a provider in your area using this clinic locator.
- Diseases Prevented by Vaccines
Information on diseases for which vaccines are routinely given in the United States.
- Reliable Sources of Immunization Information
Continue your vaccine education with these trusted nonprofit and public partners.
This iOS app created by Emory University offers information on vaccines and the diseases they prevent, timely alerts and updates, answers to common vaccine questions, and links to vaccine authorities.