Flu Shots in Maple Lake, MN
The best way to prevent the flu is to get a yearly flu shot vaccination. And, with flu season upon us in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s more important than ever to reduce your risk for getting the flu. At Stellis Health near Maple Lake, MN, we provide flu shots for the whole family. Our team makes getting one easy. All you have to do is call and request one. You can also request a flu shot at your next regular appointment.
A flu shot will allow your body to create antibodies that fight off this year’s particular strain. Remember, the flu changes each year, so the antibodies your body created last year may not be able to fight off this year’s flu. That’s why it’s important to get a yearly shot. This way you’re better protecting yourself and others from getting sick.
Why Should You Get a Flu Shot?
Now that the kids are back in school, they’re more exposed to germs from their classmates than they were in the summer. A flu shot will help keep them healthy and able to learn. The same is true of you as flu season peaks between December and February. You’re more likely to get sick, no matter if you work with many others or stay at home. Protect yourself today.
To schedule an appointment call Stellis Health from your home in Maple Lake, MN, call us at 763-271-3800 for our Monticello location, 763-684-3600 for our Buffalo location, or 763-684-8300 for our Albertville-St. Michael location.
Our Urgent Care provides medical care to patients who need attention quickly for non-life threatening illnesses or injuries. Urgent Care has limited diagnostic testing available.
We see patients when they have immediate non-emergency medical conditions requiring prompt treatment by a medical provider. Urgent Care provides care for you and your family (over 2 months of age) with an alternative to the Emergency Room for treatment of illnesses or injuries that are urgent but not life threatening.
Urgent Care is not to be used for follow-up appointments or for chronic conditions or pregnancy related concerns.