At age 65, should I be getting pneumonia vaccine each year?...

Question: 

At age 65, should I be getting pneumonia vaccine each year?

Answer: 

One dose of the pneumococcal polysaccharide vaccine is routinely recommended for adults 65 years of age and older. However a 2nd dose (offered 5 years after the initial dose) is recommended for people with certain medical conditions. We recommend that you speak with your health care provider to find out if you need a 2nd dose of the vaccine and to find out if there are any other vaccines you need.  

You can find more information on adult immunizations here. 

- Immunization Nurse