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It's more important than ever that you get a flu shot this year.

Flu Shots

According to the CDC, it IS possible to get the flu and COVID-19 at the same time. Complications can be serious or even fatal. Prevent what you can this season. Get your flu shot at Adagio Health.

Flu shots are free with most insurance, and flu shot walk-ins are welcome Monday through Thursday, 8 AM to 4:30 PM at our eight convenient medical office locations. Stop by or call to make an appointment to get your flu shot today!

Adagio Health Center Township (Beaver County)
724-375-8147
99 Autumn St.
Aliquippa, PA 15001


Adagio Health Butler
724-282-2730
323 Sunset Dr., Suite #2
Butler, PA 16001


Adagio Health Edinboro
814-734-7600
118 East Plum St.
Edinboro, PA 16412


Adagio Health Erie
814-453-4718
3530 Peach St.
Erie, PA 16508


Adagio Health Uniontown
724-437-1582
Uniontown Professional Plaza I, Suite 101
205 Easy St.
Uniontown, PA 15401


Adagio Health Indiana
724-349-2022
1097 Oak St.
Indiana, PA 15701


Adagio Health New Castle
724-658-6681
200 S. Jefferson St.
New Castle, PA 16101


Adagio Health Seneca
814-676-1811
3292 State Route 257
Seneca, PA 16346


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Why should I get the flu vaccine?

According to the CDC...

Flu vaccine prevents millions of illnesses and flu-related doctor’s visits each year.  For example, during 2016-2017, flu vaccination prevented an estimated 5.3 million influenza illnesses, 2.6 million influenza-associated medical visits, and 85,000 influenza-associated hospitalizations.

Flu vaccine prevents tens of thousands of hospitalizations each year.  For example, during 2016-2017, flu vaccination prevented an estimated 85,000 flu-related hospitalizations.

Vaccination has been associated with lower rates of some cardiac events among people with heart disease, especially among those who had had a cardiac event in the past year.

A 2018 study showed that getting a flu shot reduced a pregnant woman’s risk of being hospitalized with flu by an average of 40 percent.

Getting vaccinated yourself may also protect people around you, including those who are more vulnerable to serious flu illness, like babies and young children, older people, and people with certain chronic health conditions.

Click here for more information from the CDC about influenza and the flu vaccine.