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Its Flu season! Time to get your Flu Vaccine:

Influenza is a serious respiratory illness that is easily spread and can lead to severe complications, even death.  Each year, one out of every five Americans gets the flu.  Of those more than 200,000 people are hospitalized from influenza-related complications.

Influenza seasons are unpredictable with flu-related deaths ranging from 3000 to as high as 49,000 people.  Combined with pneumonia, influenza is one of the top ten leading causes of death in the United States.  Vaccination is safe and effective and the best way to help prevent influenza and its complications.

We offer flu vaccine for children six months through Seniors 65 and over.  And remember, the flu vaccine will not give you the flu.  You are receiving a life-saving vaccine that protects you against the deadly strands of influenza.  Most insurance companies cover the flu vaccine with copay.

Call and make your appointment today! We look forward to taking care of you soon.

We practice what we preach!! Ingrid our X-Ray Tech says:  “it was quick and painless with the new short needle flu vaccine”

Call us today for a same-day appointment at 305-279-7677.

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As you are all aware, we as a world and a nation are in the midst of a pandemic caused by the COVID-19 coronavirus. This virus, affecting the entire country with more than 3000 cases to date, has now reached our immediate community of Miami-Dade County.