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Little shot. Big impact. Time for your flu shot.

Help protect yourself and others from the flu, and free up medical resources for other illnesses — like Coronavirus.

This year, your flu shot is more important than ever.

With just one shot, you can help protect yourself and stop the spread to others. Plus, you’ll be doing your part to help free up resources in doctors’ offices and hospitals that can be used to combat Coronavirus.

Your flu shot will help prevent illnesses & hospital visits

It can help keep you from getting the flu, and from passing the flu on to people around you. That means fewer trips to the doctor or hospital.
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    4.4 million flu illnesses*


    The vaccine helps reduce the number of flu-related visits to the doctor by 40%–60%.

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    58,000 flu-related hospitalizations*


    If you still get the flu after being vaccinated, your flu shot may make your symptoms milder.

Safety first. Always.

We’re going above and beyond, taking extra care to make sure each of our facilities are safe for you with enhanced sanitization and distancing practices.
  • Expedited check-in

    Expedited check-in


    With quick and easy registration from you car once you arrive, there’s less time in the waiting room. Plus, prescreening can be done in advance online or over the phone.

  • Less crowded waiting rooms

    Less crowded waiting rooms


    By setting up visual distancing markers, removing extra chairs, and staggering appointment times, fewer patients arrive at once and everyone can be sure to stay six feet apart.

  • Around-the-clock disinfecting

    Around-the-clock disinfecting


    We’ve mandated face masks and increased cleaning frequency in all areas, especially where we treat patients. Our hospitals are recognized by Leapfrog for outstanding patient safety. +

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Schedule your flu shot with MyChart

  1. Log in to MyChart.
  2. Select Appointments and Past Visits.
  3. Click Schedule an Appointment.
  4. Select Flu Shot.

New to AHN? Call us and let us help.

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Influenza (flu) vs. COVID-19

Flu (influenza) is a contagious respiratory illness. Many flu symptoms are similar to Coronavirus (COVID-19), but they are caused by different viruses. Right now, there is only a vaccine available to help protect against the flu.

Stay safe during flu season

We know you’re already taking precautions this year, so this may sound familiar. But it’s important to make sure you take the following steps to prevent the flu and COVID-19.

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Practice social
distancing

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Wash your hands
 

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Avoid touching your eyes,
nose, and mouth

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Stay home when
you’re sick

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Wear a mask in
crowded places

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Get your flu shot
 

 

 

 

Worried it may be Coronavirus?

Find out with AHN’s COVID-19 Symptom Checker – then see your next steps for getting care.

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Coronavirus Resources

AHN is actively involved in helping the people it serves learn about and protect themselves from the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19). Learn where to go, what to do, and when.

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Source: CDC.gov, 2018/2019 flu season.