Sept. 25, 2009
SHSU Media Contacts: Julia May
The SHSU Student Health Center, as well as other health care providers, are experiencing a high demand for the seasonal influenza vaccine. The Health Center administered 1,324 doses of the vaccine to students on September 23rd and 24th. To put this in perspective, the department administered as many doses to both students and employees over the course of four days last year.
Consequently, the administration of the flu vaccine for employees has been rescheduled for Thursday, October 8th, and Friday, October 9th. Further details will follow.
Meanwhile, employees that have not already received their vaccine can request it from their healthcare provider or the following Huntsville locations. Please call to confirm dates, time, availability, and price.
|CVS Pharmacy||Oct. 8||Call||936.295.6448|
|HMH Clinic||After Oct. 1||Call||936.291.3219|
|SH Family Clinic||Available Now||$25||936.294.0152|
|Target||Oct. 10 & 31||$25||936.649.3074|
|Wal Mart||Oct. 16-17||$28||936.295.3041|
|Walgreens||Available Now||$25/$11 for SHSU employees||936.291.6764|
This list is not all-inclusive and is subject to change.
The H1N1 vaccine is not available at this time. We will inform the University community should it become available through the Health Center.
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