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Fight the flu with Concentra

Influenza – referred to as “flu” – is a serious threat to the health and well-being of you and your family. Vaccination is the primary method for preventing flu and its severe complications.* You can get vaccinated at a Concentra Urgent Care location.

The current seasonal flu vaccination is generally safe and is the most effective prevention against influenza and flu-related respiratory illness, physician visits related to the flu, hospitalization, and even death. Plus, the vaccine helps maintain a stronger immune system if a new strain of flu emerges.

Flu Self-care

If you or a family member has been diagnosed with the flu, we offer these helpful tips for taking care of someone with the flu.

Antiviral Medications

If you become exposed to the flu, a physician may also recommend that you begin taking an antiviral medication. This medication doesn’t help prevent the flu, but it helps your body fight the infection so your flu symptoms may be less severe. It should be limited to cases with severe symptoms where hospitalization may be required. Overuse of antiviral medications could lead more quickly to more resistant strains of the flu.

Here to Help

Use our Location Finder to locate the Concentra Urgent Care nearest you. For your convenience and to avoid wait times, we recommend you call the Center before you go in. Ask about vaccine availability, pricing information, the best day and time to receive the vaccination, and any other questions you have.

Download a copy of the Vaccine Information Sheet published by Immunize.org: English | Spanish

* Final vaccine composition is determined by the U.S. Vaccines and Related Biological Products Advisory Committee (VRBPAL). Concentra does not guarantee the effectiveness of the influenza vaccine.

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