The 2016–17 flu vaccine offered at Lakewood Family Clinic is quadrivalent, protecting against two strains of influenza A (H1N1 and H3N2) and two strains of influenza B. The strains were selected to give broader, better coverage than last year’s vaccine.
Active flu strains are different each year, so even if you got a flu shot last year, you still need to get this year’s vaccine. More information about this year’s vaccine is available from the CDC.
Everyone can get flu shots by coming to Lakewood Family Clinic or by making an appointment.
GETTING YOUR FLU SHOT
Our 2016 flu clinics will be held at our Largo Location. Please see our clinic schedule to find a date and time that works for you.
If you can’t make it to a walk-in clinic but need a vaccination and you have a primary care provider (PCP) at Lakewood, schedule an appointment by calling your office; if you do not have a primary care provider, please call Us at (301)-925-7022 to select one.
If you do not receive your care at Lakewood, please contact Us and we will provide you with the best services. For more information about these and other options, please call Us at (301)-925-7022.