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We are now scheduling appointments for our flu vaccine clinics.  Please call one of our offices to schedule an appointment in our one of our flu clinics.

 

It is recommended that everyone age 6 months and older get a flu vaccine each year.

The flu vaccine we administer is the Quadrivalent vaccine that contains both the Seasonal Flu and H1N1 Flu, combined into one vaccine.  All the vaccine we are administering is Thimerosal Free.

 

There are certain restrictions on who can receive the Flu Vaccine, so please be sure to read the Vaccine Information Sheet for each vaccine before scheduling your appointment.

 

We are going to be offering both the injectable and nasal spray vaccine this year.  However, at this time, we only have the injectable vaccine.  The nasal spray is supposed to be shipping in early October, however we are not scheduling appointments for it until we get a confirmed shipping date.

 

- Injectable Flu Vaccine Information Sheet

- Nasal Flu Vaccine Information Sheet

 

 

Parents & Caretakers

As a convenience to our patient’s families, we will be offering the Flu Vaccine to parents and caretakers of our patients in our flu clinics.  We are excited to announce we will now bill the insurance plan for this service, as long as we are in-network with that plan.

 

IMPORTANT:  If your child has a scheduled appointment for the flu vaccine and is going to be coming to the appointment without a legal guardian, it is mandatory that the patient have the waiver form signed by their parent/legal guardian.  You can upload the signed form via our website or just bring it along to the appointment.  If we do not have a signed waiver form or legal guardian present to sign it at the time of the appointment, the appointment will have to be rescheduled. 

 

Injectable Flu Vaccine Waiver

Nasal Flu Vaccine Waiver

 

 

Flu Booster Vaccine

Some children 6 months through 8 years of age require two doses of influenza vaccine. Children 6 months through 8 years that are being vaccinated against the flu for the first time, and those who have only previously only gotten one dose of flu vaccine, should get two doses of vaccine this season, given a minimum of at least 30 days apart. All children who have previously gotten two doses of vaccine (at any time) only need one dose of vaccine this season.

 

For more information about Influenza and the Influenza Vaccine, visit the sites below:

Center for Disease Control

San Francisco Department of Public Health

GGP Site Resources

Flu Vaccine/Clinics

Web Resources