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Immunizations

Timely immunizations are one of the most important ways for you to protect yourself and others from serious diseases and infections.  If you are a parent, the New York State Department of Health, the CDC, and the American Academy of Pediatrics all recommend that you keep your children up-to-date with the recommended vaccination schedule.  It is also important for adults to be sure that they've received all the vaccinations recommended for adults. 

Please see the videos below and refer to the resources (to the right) to learn more about the importance of immunizations.

If you have any questions, please call our Immunization Program at (518) 828-3358, option #4.








Childhood Immunizations:

Get the Picture: Childhood Immunizations (from the CDC)


Protecting Babies with Vaccination:

Protecting Babies (from the CDC)


The Importance of Vaccination in Preventing Whooping Cough (Pertussis):

Whooping Cough


Protect Yourself and Your Family with the Flu Vaccine:

Flu Vaccine














                  Helpful Websites about Immunization:Vaccine Information for Parents 200x167

Speak to your Child's Health Care Provider about the Meningococcal Vaccine:

Vaccine to Prevent Meningitis



Facing Meningitis:

Facing Meningitis



Close the Door to Cancer - Prevent HPV Vaccine:

HPV Vaccine



HPV Vaccine is Cancer Prevention:

HPV Vaccine (from the CDC)