It’s more important than ever that our kids and teenagers are protected against preventable diseases. If yours are starting their first year, or due for booster shots, don’t wait until the last minute. Bartell’s is here to support your family.
Our pharmacists can help determine which vaccines your children need, and then gently, safely and swiftly administer them at your convenience.
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*COVID-19 VACCINE NOT AVAILABLE VIA THIS SCHEDULER*
We currently administer vaccines to anyone 3 and up. At this time not all locations are providing our full list of vaccinations by scheduled appointment. If your preferred neighborhood location is not able to take an appointment, please consider a walk-in or a scheduled appointment at an alternate location. Thank you for your patience.
As of August 1st, 2020, WA State requires medically verified immunizations for school and childcare entry, regardless of whether learning returns to the classroom or remains online.
As part of the new set of requirements, changes have also been made to Tdap immunization requirements for 7th – 12th-grade students.
Unsure whether your children are up-to-date on their immunizations? Our pharmacists can help you find your family’s official records, identify missing inoculations and administer them. You can also look up your WA State immunization records from the WA Department of Health website here.
The Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine is now available at select locations for kids ages 12 and up.
Protect Your Child at Any Age
Between the ages of 2 and 6 years, it is important that your child receives the recommended doses of their routine vaccines to keep them protected. These doses they received earlier in life help them maintain the best protection against vaccine-preventable diseases.
If your child missed a vaccine, now is a good time to make sure they are protected from DTaP, HepA, and Pneumonia.
As kids get older, they are still at risk for certain diseases. Before heading back to school, three vaccines are recommended for 11-12 year olds—HPV, Tdap, and meningococcal conjugate vaccine.
Hepatitis B is a liver disease that results from infection with the Hepatitis B
virus. Severity can vary from a mild illness lasting a few weeks to a serious, chronic condition.
These 3 diseases are all caused by bacteria. Both diphtheria and pertussis (whooping cough) are spread from person to person. Tetanus enters the body through cuts, scratches, or wounds.
Polio is an infection caused by a virus that affects the entire body, including muscles and nerves. It can infect a person of any age, but children five and under are especially vulnerable and make up roughly 50% of polio victims.
These are viruses that can lead to rashes, fever, pain and sometimes seizures. They can spread from person to person through the air. You can easily catch them by being around someone who is already infected.
Varicella, commonly known as chicken pox, is most common amongst children and is a highly contagious disease. After a chicken pox infection, the virus hides in nerve cells and can come back years later and cause a disease called shingles.
Although it’s not required by the Washington State Department of Health, the flu vaccine is recommended annually. Every year in the US, approximately 38 million school days are missed due to children getting the flu.
HPV causes over 31,500 cases of cancer in men and women every year in the U.S. HPV vaccination can prevent over 90% (30,000) of these cancers by preventing the infections that cause those cancers.
Meningococcal disease is an uncommon, but serious disease that is caused by a bacterial infection of the lining of the brain and spinal cord. Teens and young adults have an increased risk for meningitis B due to several factors, such as living in close quarters or being in close contact with others.
Your health and safety is our priority.
Our pharmacy and operations teams have worked diligently to ensure your appointment with us is smooth and safe. At this time, walk-ins are accepted, or you can call your pharmacist to make a pre-scheduled appointment, or schedule online.
Once you’ve arrive in-store, check in at the pharmacy counter. We’ll have some brief paperwork for you to fill out, including information about your insurance, before meeting with our pharmacist. The vaccination itself only takes about five minutes.