We’ve made several important changes to our operations to ensure you can get the care you need, whether in-office or virtually, in a safe and controlled environment. Click here to learn about these changes. Your cooperation will help us continue to provide quality care for all. Thank you.
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Don’t Forget About The Flu Vaccine
Now more than ever, it’s important to get your annual flu vaccine. The CDC recommends nearly everyone 6 months and older get vaccinated every year. Additionally, it is our philosophical belief that vaccinations are the single-most important health promoting intervention for the prevention of serious illness, including influenza.
Amid a pandemic entrenched in all our lives, receiving your flu vaccine this year means more than providing yourself and those around with effective protection. This year, receiving your flu vaccine also allows our healthcare system to continue the relentless fight against COVID-19 by reducing flu-related hospitalizations. We strongly encourage you to get vaccinated.
You have several options to receive your flu vaccine. With demand for the vaccine expected to be substantial this year, receiving your vaccination as soon as possible is most important. We encourage you to explore all available options below.
Lastly, we want to emphasize that the flu vaccine is safe and effective. HHP is committed to remaining an accessible and trusted source of information when it comes to your health. For more information from our very own Dr. Stuart Miller, click to read “What should you do if you get the flu?”.
Don’t delay receiving this important vaccination. Call us today to schedule an appointment.