Going into your local Raleigh urgent care for immunizations is one of the easiest ways to fight preventable contagious diseases. Getting vaccinated at our Raleigh area Rx Urgent Cares is a fairly safe treatment for contagious diseases and viruses, however they can come with some risks. It is important to be informed on what diseases or viruses certain vaccines protect against. It is also important to know which vaccine you need and the side effects of it.
Patients should review the CDC website to determine which vaccines they need prior to coming to RX Urgent Care. After looking over the CDC website, school vaccination requirements or any other vaccination requirement, decide which vaccinations you need and come with a list to make sure your getting the vaccines you need.
RXUC offers the following urgent care vaccinations:
- Td-Tetanus, Diphtheria
- DTAP – Diphtheria, Tetanus, acellular Pertussis
- Hepatitis A
- Hepatitis B
- MMR – Measles, Mumps, Rubella
- VAR – Varicella – only available at our Durant Road location.
We also offer these additional non-required urgent care vaccinations:
- MCV4 – Meningoccocal Conjugate Vaccine
- Malaria Prevention – prescription provided
- Hepatitis A and B combination (Twinrix)
- TB Skin Tests (PPD)
- Typhoid, Oral and Injection
- Yellow Fever
RX Urgent Care offers seasonal Flu Vaccines for your convenience. The seasonal flu vaccine protects you against 3 of the most common influenza viruses. It can be administered as soon as it is made available in the area, usually in October. You may receive benefits from the vaccine as long as flu as active in the area, which can be as late as May. The optimum time to receive the vaccine is by December but anytime is beneficial to guard against it.
For more information on when state mandated vaccines should be administered, please visit the following site:
At RXUC, each travel vaccination visit is with a Physician Assistant who will go over what is recommended by CDC guidelines. Your PA will reconcile that against vaccinations you have already had. Your office visit will be covered by insurance, however, typically you will have to pay for the travel vaccinations due to them not being required.
For more information on what vaccinations are recommended for you per your location, please visit the following site: