Flu shots in Airdrie

UPDATED OCTOBER 14, 2016

Flu vaccine provided through the Alberta government flu vaccination program is available on Monday, October 24, 2016.  Our clinic will be opened extended hours during flu season, starting on Monday, October 24 from 9am-3pm.

At Polaris Travel Clinic and Pharmacy in Airdrie, we will be providing flu shots to those 9 years and older and have a valid Alberta Health Care card for no charge.  Check this page regularly for updates.

This year, we are donating $1 for every flu shot given to the Airdrie Health Foundation, which has been advocating for 24/7 health care in Airdrie.

We will be accepting appointments and walk-ins at our clinic in Airdrie. We will also be holding free clinics in the community.

POLARIS AIRDRIE FLU SHOT TOUR 2016

Monday, October 24 from 330pm-7pm at Airdrie Public Library
Wednesday, November 2 from 530pm-730pm at Airdrie Food Bank
Thursday, November 3 from 10am-6pm at Genesis Place
Thursday, November 3 from 4pm-630pm at Community Links

INDIVIDUALS
For individuals that would like to come to the clinic and get a flu shot, click here for more information about how to avoid any waits and book an appointment by phone or online.  We will also have drop in times available that will be communicated on our News page, via our Twitter account @polaristravelrx and on our Facebook page.

Please note, per our contract with the Alberta government, we can only provide provincial flu vaccine to those 9 years of age and older. Children under 9 can get provincial flu vaccine via Alberta Health Services public health units.   More information about our flu clinics can be found under Flu Shot Frequently Asked Questions.

BUSINESSES
We can come to your business and provide flu shots to your staff.  We can also arrange for your staff to come into our clinic and get vaccinated for no charge.  Click here for more information and how to book a time.