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When:

Monday, November 4 – Friday, November 6
7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Where:

Valleywise Community Health Center – Guadalupe

Who:

All adults and children 6 months and older

How:

Walk-in visits are welcome, but if you’d prefer to make an appointment, please call 1-833-VLLYWSE.

Valleywise Community Health Center - Guadalupe

Community Health Center

Valleywise Health

5825 E. Calle Guadalupe, Guadalupe, AZ 85283
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Valleywise Health Valleywise Community Health Center - Guadalupe Hours

Monday – Friday
7:30am - 4:30pm

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Keeping your family, and our community healthy is our top priority.

With the COVID-19 pandemic and flu season overlapping this year, Valleywise Health wants to make sure you and your family can get your flu shots to protect you from the flu and other viruses.

We are here to make sure you and your family can access the care you need, no matter what. After you get your flu shot, be sure to book a follow-up appointment at any of our 12 Community Health Centers across the Valley.

How it works:

You don’t need to make an appointment ahead of time – just show up, get your flu shot and you’re done!

You don’t need insurance in order to get your free flu shot. Adults 18 and over can get their flu shot by pulling into our drive-thru area. Pediatric patients (6 months to 18 years) will be vaccinated outside the car. If you don’t have a car, no worries – patients of all ages can walk up and receive their shot.

  • After you’ve received your shot, you’ll need to remain on-site for a short amount of time so our team can monitor you should there be any negative reaction to the shot.
  • Please note that you must wear a mask in order to receive your vaccine. If you don’t have a mask, we’ll provide one for you.
  • In order to make it easy for our nurses to administer the shot, please wear a short-sleeved shirt or tank top.

Please note that you must wear a mask in order to receive your flu shot. If you don’t have a mask, one will be provided.

Why getting a flu shot is important:

Getting your flu shot this year is more important than ever. Though a flu shot can’t protect you from COVID-19, it will reduce your risk of catching the flu or spreading it to those around you.

The most common flu symptoms include fever/chills, fatigue, coughing, body aches and congestion, though more severe cases can sometimes lead to other health complications. In order to keep your family healthy and safe this season, it’s important to get your flu shot as soon as possible.