The best way to protect your children and yourselves against the FLU is by getting a Flu Vaccine. Doctors recommend that everyone 6 months and older get a Flu Vaccine every year by the end of October if possible. We have both High Dose for 65 and older and the Quadrivalent Flu Vaccines still available. … Continue reading 2019-2020 Influenza Vaccines
The best way to protect your children and yourselves against the FLU is by getting a FLU Vaccine. Doctors recommend that everyone 6 months and older get a FLU Vaccine every year by the end of October, if possible. We have FLU Vaccines still available. Please call 918-992-6266 for more information.
The Caring Nurses Association will be CLOSED Monday January 1ST and Tuesday January 2ND. We will be open our regular hours Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. 8:30AM - 4:30PM. Have a Happy and safe New Year! "OUR CARE COMES FROM THE HEART"
The new Shingles Vaccine is here and we are one of the first to receive it, so you might have a hard time finding it other places. It's called Shingrix and it is a 2 part series. We have it available to adults over 50 or under 50 with a prescription from your Doctor. Call 918-992-6266 for more … Continue reading New Shingles Vaccine is here!
We will be Closed Monday, December 25th and Tuesday December 26th! We will reopen on Wednesday December 27th! Our Hours will be 8:30AM - 4:00PM Wednesday, Thursday and Friday! Have a very Merry and Safe Christmas! " Our Care Comes From The Heart"
http://https://www.nbcnews.com/health/health-news/flu-season-coming-early-looking-tough-n827886 Its not late to get your Flu Shot! We have plenty of vaccine available. Call 918-992-6626 or come by our office! We are located at 5520 S Memorial Dr. "Our Care Comes From the Heart"
MONDAY - FRIDAY 8:30AM - 4:00 for Immunization Clinic and 8:30 - 4:30 for the Main Office
We have our Flu Vaccine in and have already given several Flu Shots! There has even been 1 case of Flu reported here in Tulsa! Too soon you say? It's not! The CDC recommends getting your Flu Vaccination whenever they are available and they are here for you now! Our hours are Monday -Thursday from … Continue reading FLU SEASON 2017!
Vaccine Preventable Diseases are expensive. An average Influenza Illness can last up to 15 days, typically with 5 for 6 missed work days. Adults who get Hepatitis A lose an average of one month of work.
Young and healthy people can get very sick, too. Infants and the elderly are at a greater are at a greater risk for serious infections and complications in cases, but vaccine-preventable diseases can strike anyone. If you're and healthy, getting vaccinated can help you stay that way.