Available Immunizations at BYU–Hawaii
- Tetanus/Diphtheria/Pertussis (DTaP, Tdap, Td)
- Haemophilus Influenzae type b (HiB)
- Hepatitis (Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, Twinrix)
- Pneumococcal Conjugate (Prevnar)
- Polio, Measles/Mumps/Rubella (MMR)
- Varicella (Varivax)
- Influenza, Meningococcal (Menactra)
- Shingles (Zostavax)
- Pneumococcal Saccharide (Pneumovax)
- Typhoid (Typhim Vi)
- HPV (Human Papilloma Virus)
The seasonal flu vaccine is usually available in August or September. Influenza can be spread very easily, so we highly recommend you receive a yearly flu vaccine. You may call us at (808) 675-3510 to schedule an appointment to receive your vaccination. Those individuals at high risk of complications (see below) if they become ill with the flu are strongly encouraged to get vaccinated as soon as possible.
- All children ages 6 months to 4 years old
- Children and adults with chronic pulmonary, cardiovascular, metabolic or other disorders (i.e., asthma, diabetes)
- Persons ages 50 years and older
- Pregnant women
- Household contacts and caregivers of children ages younger than 5 years old and adults ages 50 yrs and older, especially contacts of children less than 6 months old
The cost of the flu shot is $20 unless it is covered by your insurance.
The Hawaii State Department of Health (DOH) requires all university students to have 2 doses of the Measles, Mumps, Rubella vaccine (MMR) or provide laboratory evidence of immunity. You may have your physician complete the State Health Immunization Requirement Form to document your MMR information. The vaccine is usually available at your physician's office or your local health department. The Health Center offers the MMR vaccine for $80.
Medical or Religious ExemptionsHawaii State Health laws provide immunization exemptions for bona fide religious or medical reasons only. Exemptions can only be applied to the MMR requirement and NOT tuberculosis clearance. In the event of a measles outbreak on campus, students with exemptions will be excluded from attending classes or other campus activities until the outbreak has cleared.
- A medical exemption may be granted to SPECIFIC VACCINES.
- A U.S. licensed physician (MD or DO) must state in writing that receiving a specific vaccine would endanger the individual's life or health, and specify the reason based on valid medical contraindications.
- The physician must state the length of time during which the vaccine would endanger the individual's health or life.
- The exemption certificate must be signed by the physician on the physician's printed stationery.
Fax: (808) 675-3506
Mail: 55-220 Kulanui St. #1728,Bldg. 5, Laie,HI 96762