Now accepting Blue Cross Blue Shield, United Health, Aetna  and Medicare for On-Site  Immunizations  Call 214-556-4090

We are the largest on-site Immunizer in the Dallas-Fort Worth area    
Call us to set up an On-Site Clinic-with or without insurance

North Texas Flu Shots  provides flu immunization services at hundreds of locations throughout Texas and nearby states each year.   We continue to expand by retaining all our prior customers who refer many new customers.  We would be happy to provide some client referrals.

We carry adult and pediatric flu shots, flu mist, high dose flu vaccine, thimerosal free vaccine, and the new Quadrivalent flu vaccine from Sanofi.  We also carry all of the routine
immunizations available in the USA.

Get a Flu Vaccine Every Flu Season


The best way to protect against influenza is to get a flu vaccine every flu season. Influenza (flu) is a contagious respiratory disease that can lead to serious complications, hospitalization, or even death. Anyone can get the flu, and getting a flu vaccine is the single best way to protect yourself and your family. Even healthy people can get very sick from the flu and spread it to friends and loved ones. Everyone 6 months of age and older is recommended to get vaccinated against the flu every year.    The yearly flu vaccine protects against the four viruses that research suggests will be most common that flu season.




So what are your options? If you are afraid of getting the flu shot, consider FluMist®. It's a nasal spray vaccine and is safe and effective for healthy people, 2 years of age and older.

Important reminder for parents and caregivers: Many children need 2 doses of flu vaccine this season to be fully protected. If a child has not received his/her first dose, get them vaccinated now. For those who have been vaccinated with one dose, parents should check with the child's doctor to see if a second dose is needed.

Who Is at Risk?

Everyone is at risk for influenza. For millions of people each year, the flu can bring a fever, cough, sore throat, runny or stuffy nose, muscle aches, fatigue, and miserable days spent in bed. However, you may not realize that flu also leads to more than 200,000 people being hospitalized from flu complications each year. The flu can also be deadly. Between 1976 and 2007, CDC estimates that annual flu-associated deaths in the United States have ranged from a low of about 3,000 people to a high of about 49,000 people.

Anyone can get the flu, but some people are at greater risk for serious flu-related complications, like pneumonia, that can lead to hospitalization and even death. For those at greater risk for complications, getting the flu vaccine is especially important. People at greater risk include

It's also important to get the vaccine if you care for anyone in one or more of these high risk groups, or if you care for babies younger than 6 months because these babies are too young to get the vaccine.

North Texas Flu Shots
4700 Dexter Drive, Suite 300B
Plano, TX 75093
(214) 556-4090

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