2009 Public Flu Shot Schedule
Seasonal Influenza Nasal Spray available for
HEALTHY people between the ages of 2-49 years. No Seasonal Influenza
Mondays and Wednesdays 9-11AM H1N1 vaccinations
for pregnant women and children 6 months-24 years.
Tuesdays and Thursdays 8-11AM H1N1 vaccinations
for health care workers Tuesdays and Thursdays 9-11Am H1N1 vaccinations
for adults ages 25-64 years with underlying medical conditions.
H1N1 vaccine- registration is available at
http://www.odh.ohio.gov. In addition, registration forms must also be
filled out at the health department.
offer the shots in our office at 4717 Main Avenue every Tuesday & Thursday
Medicare Part B & Medicaid accepted for payment.
Flu ~ $20.00
Pneumonia ~ $45.00
Tetanus ~ $10.00 (needed every 10 years)
Questions please call 992-7122 or
Who should get a FLU Vaccination?
People who are 65 years old or older -- Even if you're in great
Children 6 to 23 months old - Children younger than 2 years old
have on of the highest rates of hospitalization form influenza.
Adults and children with a chronic health condition - Like heart
disease, diabetes, kidney disease, asthma, cancer, or HIV/AIDS.
Women who will be pregnant during flu season - Flu season is
typically November through March.
Residents of nursing homes and long-term car facilities
Children aged 6 months to 18 years on chronic aspirin therapy
workers involved in direct patient care
Out-of-home caregivers or household contacts of children younger than 6