$30.00 Flu Vaccine Now Available..

The Flu Shot is Here and now available at Urgent & Family Care for 9 years to Adult. Getting a Flu Shot is the best way to keep from getting the flu in Austin, and we are currently providing flu shots.  Flu Season starts to peak in November and continues to peak through April, so you need to protect yourself and your family from the ravages of that virus as much as you can by scheduling your flu shot as soon as possible.  Adults and children both die every year from the flu, and flu season in Austin has already started (August thru May), 

The flu shot is available at Urgent & Family Care at Avery Ranch for people ages 9 years to Adult.  No need for an appointment, since we are a walk in clinic.  Walk in anytime between the hours of 8am to 8pm Mon-Sat & 8am to 4pm on Sundays to get a flu shot for you or your family.  Urgent & Family Care at Avery Ranch is located at  10625 Parmer Lane Suite D 400, Austin Texas 78717, and is just a couple of minutes north of Parmer and 620.  You can reach us by phone at 512-523-5137.  If you need to fax us, use 512-733-0400.  Our offices are open for appointments from 8am to 8pm, and are open from Monday through Saturday.  Sunday, you can schedule a flu shot from 8am to 4pm, so you have access to us 7 days per week. Contact us for pricing.

The flu is serious, and people die from it every year (mostly children and the elderly).  You should take it seriously and schedule a flu shot for your entire family as soon as you can.  Regardless of what you hear, getting a flu shot is the best way to prevent the spread of the flu in Austin.  If you have children, you need to schedule a flu shot.  If you have seniors in your care, you need to schedule a flu shot. Call us or contact us online today and we will take care of you and your family.

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