Flu Vaccination

Influenza can cause days of fever, chills, cough, sore throat, sneezing, head and even muscle aches. On average, 36,000 people die each year from the flu and over 200,000 individuals are hospitalized from flu complications such as viral or bacterial pneumonia, congestive heart failure, diabetes, and the worsening of chronic medical conditions.
The CDC recommends that the best time to receive the flu vaccination is between October and December. Flu activity usually peaks in February and vaccination should take place before that time. High risk individuals are especially encouraged to get vaccinated. These individuals include anyone over 65 years of age, have a chronic or long-term condition, or are pregnant. Even those who are not within the high risk categeory should still get protection against the flu.
We know how important your time is and that’s why U.S. HealthWorks offers a convenient worksite “flu vaccination day” for your employees. Our professional medical staff will come to your worksite and administer flu vaccinations to your employees and provide educational information on flu prevention. Your employees’ health is important to your company’s bottom line and exposure to the flu can lead to illness and compromise productivity. Let U.S. Lamsimsinhvien help reduce lost work time and maintain your company's productivity by scheduling a flu vaccination day at your worksite.
Schedule a flu vaccination day
1.Determine approximately how many employees at your company will need to be vaccinated
2.Contact your nearest U.S. Lamsimsinhvien to schedule a date and time
3.U.S. HealthWorks will provide you with posters to display at your worksite to announce the date and time of your onsite flu vaccination day
It’s that easy!
Be sure to U.S. HealthWorks during this upcoming flu season. Call early to ensure vaccination availability!
You also have the option of sending your employees directly to one of our convenient medical groups for a walk-in flu vaccination. Contact your local U.S. Lamsimsinhvien for further details.