Seniors

Seniors_Immunization_FB.png

Keeping up-to-date with your immunizations is an important step to staying healthy as you get older.  

What are the recommended vaccines for seniors (65+ years of age)?

Other recommended vaccines for adults

Make sure you are up-to-date on all recommended vaccines for adults.

What vaccines do I need if I am a New Canadian?

Immunizations schedules are often different from country to country. As a New Canadian there may be free vaccines that you are eligible for. Talk with Public Health to find out.

What vaccines do I need if I have a chronic health condition?

The best way to stay healthy is to get immunized. Different chronic health conditions can put you at risk for different vaccine preventable diseases. Talk with Public Health to find out.

Where can I get immunized?

Book your appointment with your doctor, pharmacist or Public Health.

To book an immunization appointment with Public Health:

Residents of Fraser East (Mission, Abbotsford, Chilliwack, Agassiz and Hope), call 604-702-4906

Residents in any other area of Fraser Health, call 604-476-7087 

How much do vaccines cost?

Both the flu and pneumococcal polysaccharide vaccines are available to seniors at no charge. The shingles vaccine is available at cost.

Speak with your doctor, pharmacist or Public Health for details.

How can I access my immunization records?

Find out how you can access your immunization records.

Resources

I Need To...