Houston – It’s Not Too Late To Get Your Flu Shots!

We do everything we can during the holiday season to keep our families healthy. Spending the holidays in bed with the flu is the last thing anyone wants. Missing work or school, and losing out on quality time with family is the worst, especially this time of year. If you want to reduce your risk for sickness this season, make sure you get your family’s annual flu shots here at Medinet Family Care Clinic.

IT’S NOT TOO LATE TO GET YOUR FLU SHOT

The best time of the year to get your family in for an annual flu shot is in October. However, we are still more than happy to administer flu shots for the family throughout the month of December. Your flu shot can help you stay healthier this year. Additionally, it can reduce the length and severity of flu symptoms even if you do happen to get sick. This means less time away from work and school, and more quality time with your family during the holiday season. We want to keep your family as healthy as possible each and every year, and that starts with an annual flu shot.

FLU SHOTS WITH OR WITHOUT INSURANCE

Many patients without insurance state cost as the main factor in deciding whether or not to receive a flu shot each year. If you are without insurance, we still want to take care of your flu shots at an affordable cost. Since our flu shots here at Medinet are only $28 per shot, we are able to provide our patients without insurance flu shots every year. No matter if you are with insurance or without, we want to keep your family as healthy as possible through this season and every season.

SCHEDULE YOUR FAMILIES FLU SHOT APPOINTMENTS TODAY

If you or any of your family has missed their annual flu shot this year, schedule an appointment right away. Our conveniently located Houston area family care clinic is here for all your healthcare needs. We look forward to keeping you and your family healthy and happy this holiday season with flu shots at Medinet.

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