To avoid the flu, wash your hands often, avoid touching your face and stay out of crowds. And if you haven’t already, get a flu shot. It’s the best way to protect yourself and others. Even if you develop the flu, your symptoms are likely to be milder if you’ve had a flu shot.

Flu and Pneumonia Clinics

Vaccinations will be available beginning Sept. 1, 2020.

Watch for information on our many safe and convenient flu and pneumonia vaccination offerings.

You can also get your flu shot from a primary care provider or at one of our pharmacies.

Flu Care Options — Fast and Nearby

Feel like you may have the flu? Experiencing fever, chills, body aches, fatigue, cough, sore throat? Many people think of the Emergency Department first, but it should normally be your last resort.

Try your primary care doctor first. Other convenient options for fast, accurate flu treatment include virtual clinic, walk-in clinics and urgent care.

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Temporary Birth Center Visitor Restrictions

We have temporary visitor restrictions, and no visitors are allowed in order to protect our patients, visitors, staff and the community. We will allow one healthy labor support person per mother. Please check with your Birth Center for specific guidelines.

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