Protect yourself, your family and the community

Your health and safety is our priority. Get your flu vaccination from the comfort of your own vehicle.


When:

Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays
9:00am to 11:30am


Where:

Parking lot at Family Medicine Center, Blake Road (Rivington Center building)


Before You Come:

Please download and complete the flu vaccine consent form and have it ready when you arrive for your flu vaccination.

Each person receiving the flu vaccination must complete the consent form before receiving the shot.

Download: Flu Vaccine Consent Form


Cost:

$30 per person. Cash or card accepted


Things To Remember

On the day of your flu vaccination appointment – if you are feeling ill with cold- or flu-like symptoms, you should reschedule your appointment for when you are feeling well again. We cannot vaccinate patients with a fever of 100.4 or greater.

  • Each person in your vehicle who will be receiving a flu shot, must have complete the flu vaccine consent form.
  • Bring your ID.
  • Everyone in the vehicle ages 2+ must wear a mask.
  • Do not bring any pets.
  • All children should wear clothing that allows access to both thighs and arms (i.e., shorts and a t-shirt).
  • All adults should wear a shirt that allows access to the upper arm.
  • For children, we recommend that an adult is in the back seat with the child if possible.

When You Arrive

When it’s time for your appointment, make sure you have your ID and flu vaccine consent form ready. Everyone in the car ages 2+ should be wearing a mask.

Do not get out of your car.

Our team will administer the flu vaccine right through your open car window or door.


If the drive-thru clinic is not the right fit for you, please call our office at 702-9310 and ask about getting your flu shot in the office. We’re taking every measure to keep you and our healthcare professionals safe during your visit, following the latest guidelines.


Who should get the flu shot?

Everyone six months of age and older can get a flu vaccine every year. It’s especially important for patients at high risk of developing serious complications from the flu; such as, adults 65 and older, children under the age of two, pregnant patients, and those with chronic health conditions.