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Stopping the spread is important, now more than ever. The flu can be dangerous and much more serious than the common cold. Getting a flu shot has always been your best way to stay safe and stop the spread. But this year, it might be essential.
This year, flu shots will look a little different in our facilities. To help prevent the spread of COVID-19, you will need an appointment to get a flu shot.
Kaiser Permanente will offer appointments for 4 easy ways for you to get a flu shot:
|Drive-thru clinic||Medical center clinic||Walk-up clinic||Flu Saturdays||Outside retail pharmacies|
|This is a new, convenient way for you to get a flu shot. You don’t even have to leave your car. An appointment is required.||If you would like to get a flu shot in a medical center, you can schedule an appointment. Flu clinics are located in a designated room in each medical center.||You can schedule an appointment at one of our open-air tents located at a few facilities in the Baltimore area.||You can schedule an appointment at our Flu Saturday events which will be held outdoors every Saturday from September 12 through October 24 at select medical centers.||Between October 23 and March 31, 2021 you can receive a flu shot at participating retailers at no additional cost. Visit kp.org/flu to learn more.|
Like previous years, you will always be offered a flu shot at any primary or specialty care appointments.
You can schedule an appointment for a flu shot starting on August 28 for appointment dates starting on September 1. Visit kp.org and select the e-visit option to quickly and easily schedule your appointment or you can call the 24/7 appointments and advice line at 1-800-777-7904 (TTY 711). The best way to schedule an appointment for your family is to call 1-800-777-7904 (TTY 711) so we can book you an extended appointment.
Your health and safety are our top priority
Kaiser Permanente is dedicated to caring for members in all of our medical centers. We have screeners located at the entrance of all medical centers to take your temperature and ensure you are feeling well prior to entry. We also require that everyone in our facility, ages 3 and up, wear a mask at all times and social distancing protocols are in place.
We’re using rigorous disinfection procedures such as thoroughly sanitizing all surfaces in facility especially in the Pharmacy, Laboratory, and Radiology departments, plus all reception desks and waiting rooms.
We want to make sure that you get the care you need while staying safe. That’s why this season, we ask that you make an appointment to get a flu shot.
If you have any questions about where you can receive a flu shot or how we are keeping our facilities and members safe, please call our 24/7 appointments and advice line 1-800-777-7904 (TTY 711).
A complete list of flu clinic locations are listed below.
Locations for flu shots, by appointment only
Screeners and security will be present to help you with wayfinding when you arrive at the medical centers.
|Medical Center||Flu clinic appointment types|
|Abingdon Medical Center||In medical center|
|Alexandria Medical Center||In medical center|
|Annapolis Medical Center||In medical center|
|Ashburn Medical Center||In medical center|
|Baltimore Harbor Medical Center||In medical center|
|Burke Medical Center||In medical center|
|Camp Springs Medical Center||In medical center|
|Capitol Hill Medical Center||In medical center|
|Colonial Forge Medical Center||In medical center|
|Columbia Gateway Medical Center||Walk-up|
|Fair Oaks Medical Center||In medical center|
|Falls Church Medical Center||In medical center|
|Frederick Medical Center||In medical center|
|Fredericksburg Medical Center||In medical center|
|Gaithersburg Medical Center||Drive-thru|
|Haymarket Crossroads Medical Center||In medical center|
|Kensington Medical Center||Walk-up|
|Largo Medical Center||Drive-thru|
|Manassas Medical Center||In medical center|
|Marlow Heights Medical Center||In medical center|
|North Arundel Medical Center||In medical center|
|Northwest D.C. Medical Office Building||In medical center|
|Prince George's Medical Center||In medical center|
|Reston Medical Center||Drive-thru|
|Shady Grove Medical Center||In medical center|
|Silver Spring Medical Center||In medical center|
|South Baltimore County Medical Center||Drive-thru|
|Springfield Medical Center||Drive-thru|
|Towson Medical Center||In medical center|
|Tysons Corner Medical Center||Drive-thru|
|White Marsh Medical Center||Walk-up|
|Woodbridge Medical Center||In medical center and Drive-thru|
|Woodlawn Medical Center||Walk-up|
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