Flu Shot Clinics

This flu sea­son it is more impor­tant than ever to think about pro­tect­ing your fam­i­ly against influen­za. Just like last year, we rec­om­mend that every­one in your fam­i­ly, 6 months of age and old­er, includ­ing preg­nant women, get the flu vaccine.

Flu Shots are avail­able at all DMG pri­ma­ry care loca­tions through­out Chicagoland. With con­ve­nient hours avail­able sev­en-days-a-week, you and your fam­i­ly can receive a flu shot at a time and loca­tion that is con­ve­nient for you. 

Effec­tive Sat­ur­day, Decem­ber 12, walk-in flu shot clin­ics will be closed. Please con­tact your pri­ma­ry care provider to sched­ule a flu shot appointment. 

What to expect when receiv­ing a flu shot and safe­ty guidance:

  • A mask or face cov­er­ing (such as a scarf or ban­dana) is required dur­ing your entire visit.
  • When you arrive at our clin­ics, a masked mem­ber of our care team will ask you a few ques­tions and take your tem­per­a­ture — regard­less of whether you’re feel­ing ill or well.
  • If you are feel­ing unwell or are expe­ri­enc­ing symp­toms of res­pi­ra­to­ry ill­ness, such as fever, cough​or short­ness of breath, please defer your flu shot until you are feel­ing well.
  • Please fol­low the social dis­tanc­ing guide­lines pro­vid­ed in each clinic.
  • Wear­ing a sleeve­less or short-sleeved top is help­ful for effi­cient, quick shot administration.

Click here for more details on our pre­cau­tion­ary safe­ty measures.

*If you have received your vac­cine at your work place or from anoth­er provider, please send a MyD­MGHealth mes­sage with the date and loca­tion of your vac­cine. Or, call your physi­cian’s office with this infor­ma­tion if you’re not a MyD­MGHealth user so it can added to your elec­tron­ic med­ical record. It is impor­tant that your physi­cian has this infor­ma­tion on file.