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Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center

 

Flu Season 2016-2017

Learn about Who Needs A Flu Vaccine.

Flu shots are available NOW at the Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center and at its community-based outpatient clinic locations for enrolled Veterans with a VA ID Card.

U.S. Navy Veteran and Charleston VA employee Percy Jones braces as he receives his annual flu shot.

Answers to Your Flu Shot FAQs

Charleston VAMC Flu Shot Walk-In Clinics

Monday - Friday, 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., no appointment necessary for Charleston, Myrtle Beach, Hinesville, Savannah and Trident Primary Care clinics.

At the Goose Creek and Beaufort Primary Care clinics, patients must have an appointment or a military ID to receive the flu vaccine.

It's not too late to vaccinate!
If you haven't gotten vaccinated yet, it's not too late to protect yourself against flu. Flu activity usually peaks between December and February, but viruses can continue to cause illness as late as May. Veterans should continue to get vaccinated for as long as flu viruses are still circulating in the community. Don't delay! Get your flu shot today!

VA partners with Walgreens

Enrolled Veterans can also get a free flu shot at Walgreens. Learn more here


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