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Employee Flu Clinic

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the flu results in an average of 110,000 hospitalizations and 20,000 deaths annually. Influenza contributes significantly to workplace absenteeism each year, especially during peak flu season. The flu vaccine is recommended for healthy individuals to help prevent influenza infection as well as for those individuals with chronic diseases. Only individuals with sensitivity to the flu vaccine, allergies to eggs, chickens, chicken feathers, chicken dander,

The flu vaccine is recommended for healthy individuals to help prevent influenza infection as well as for those individuals with chronic diseases. Only individuals with sensitivity to the flu vaccine, allergies to eggs, chickens, chicken feathers, chicken dander, thimerosol or gentamycin are prohibited from receiving the vaccine. Pregnant women, especially in the first trimester, should consult their personal physician before receiving this vaccine.

Owensboro Health Medical Group - Occupational Medicine's shipment of flu vaccines will soon arrive. As a service to our corporate clients, our nursing staff may administer the flu vaccine at your facility. The cost of the flu vaccine is $30. We will be providing quadrivalent vaccines which will protect your employees from four different flu strains. It is recommended that the vaccine is administered October through December.

One Health@Work offers the option to file with insurance. We participate in most insurance plans. Please be aware that there are administrative costs to file insurance and additional charges may apply if insurance doesn’t cover the cost of the vaccine and administration.

For more information, please call our scheduling line at 270-688-6198.

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