Now more than ever, your flu shot matters.

Find out how to get a flu shot at a UVM Health Network location by viewing the Where to Get Your Flu Shot chart below. Or search for a pharmacy in your community offering the influenza vaccine using the VaccineFinder.org search tool. Additional locations in your community may also provide flu shots.

Ready for what’s ahead? You have the power to prevent a twindemic.

Thanks to our diligence, communities in Vermont and Northern New York have experienced some of the lowest COVID-19 infection rates in the nation. With flu season looming, we can add one more powerful tool to our prevention measures.

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This year, getting a flu shot is more important than ever before. Flu and COVID-19 have similar symptoms, and both can be serious enough to require hospitalization. Getting a flu shot can protect you, your family, your patients and your community from the flu. Reduce your stress this year by reducing your flu risk. 

By getting a flu shot, you can also help reduce the burden on our health care system and workers, who will be responding to COVID-19. This year, more than ever, your flu shot will make a big difference.

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Learn more about the flu and COVID-19.

Where to Get Your Flu Shot

UVM HEALTH NETWORK LOCATION

WHO CAN GET VACCINATED?

HOW CAN YOU GET VACCINATED?

ALICE HYDE MEDICAL CENTER

Primary care patients, adult and pediatric

By making an appointment with your primary care provider, or during an upcoming in-person visit.

If you do not have a primary care provider, call 518-481-2287 for a walk-in appointment.

CENTRAL VERMONT MEDICAL CENTER

Primary care patients, adult and pediatric

By making an appointment with your primary care provider, or during an upcoming in-person visit.

Or, visit a community organization offering influenza vaccine. Search for locations by visiting VaccineFinder.org.

CHAMPLAIN VALLEY PHYSICIANS HOSPITAL

Primary care patients, adult and pediatric OBGYN and Pulmonology patients (outpatient)

High risk patients

Inpatients

By making an appointment with your primary care provider, or during an upcoming in-person visit.

High risk patients may receive during scheduled visits.

Inpatients will be offered flu shots during their stay.

ELIZABETHTOWN COMMUNITY HOSPITAL

Primary care patients, adult and pediatric

By making an appointment with your health center location.

HOME HEALTH & HOSPICE

Patients and caregivers

During scheduled at home visits.

PORTER MEDICAL CENTER

Primary care patients, adult and pediatric

By making an appointment with your primary care provider, or during an upcoming in-person visit.

If you are a patient of Porter Medical Center, but do not have a Porter primary care provider, call 802-388-8850 to make an appointment.

Or, visit a community organization offering influenza vaccine. Search for locations by visiting VaccineFinder.org.

UVM MEDICAL CENTER

Primary care patients, adult and pediatric

By making an appointment with your primary care provider for a flu shot, or requesting a flu shot for an upcoming in-person visit. Flu shots may be scheduled at a different primary care site than your medical home.

Or, visit a community organization offering influenza vaccine. Search for locations by visiting VaccineFinder.org.

Search for a location in your community. Visit VaccineFinder.org to search for local pharmacies offering the influenza vaccine. Additional locations in your community may provide flu shots.

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