Not accepting walk-ins for November and December

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Due to flu vaccine administration, conferences and the availability of physicians, we will not be accepting walk-ins for November and December 2019. We strongly advise you to email us in advance for an appointment as our schedule will be irregular. Psychiatry/Psychology patients with appointments will be seen as scheduled. General Medicine will be closed on the following dates. We apologize for the inconvenience and thank you in advance for your kind cooperation.

  • CLOSED Thursday afternoon, November 21, 2019
  • CLOSED Tuesday afternoon, November 26, 2019
  • CLOSED Wednesday, December 4, 2019
  • CLOSED Thursday afternoon, December 5, 2019
  • CLOSED Friday afternoon, December 6, 2019
  • CLOSED Monday afternoon, December 9, 2019
  • CLOSED Tuesday, December 10, 2019
  • CLOSED Wednesday, December 11, 2019
  • CLOSED Thursday, December 12, 2019

UPDATE: SEASONAL INFLUENZA VACCINATION 2018-2019

World Health Organization data indicate that influenza A viruses were by far the most common cause of illness in the Southern Hemisphere’s 2018 flu season, with subtype A (H1N1) pdm09 dominating overall.

Last flu season was deadliest since 1976, CDC says: The US saw about 80,000 deaths related to flu and complications from the illness last winter, the most since 1976, according to the CDC. Nearly all the deaths — 90% — were in people at least 65 years old.

Get flu shot by end of Oct., CDC advises: The CDC is calling for people ages 6 months and older to be vaccinated against seasonal flu by the end of October. Because it takes about two weeks after vaccination for people to develop antibodies against influenza, they should receive the vaccine before the virus starts circulating nearby. Flu vaccination is the best way to protect those most at risk.