Flu Shot Clinic for Staff and Faculty
Thursday, Sept. 23, 2021
8:30 a.m. - noon
Ruth Stricker Dayton Campus Center 207
WHAM’s annual flu shot clinic is on Thursday, September 23 from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., in the Ruth Stricker Dayton Campus Center, room 207. The vaccination is the Quadrivalent Injectable. This clinic is for staff and faculty only. All insurances are accepted. Without insurance, the cash price is $38.
Instructions:Make an Appointment
Appointments are strongly encouraged so we can minimize lines and maintain physical distancing, but walk-ins will still be accepted. Appointments can only be made up to 7 a.m. on September 23.
Select “Login/Create Account” to create your username and password.
A list of available times will appear. Select an appointment time.
Your appointment details will be listed. If everything is correct, select “Confirm Your Appointment.”
You will receive an appointment confirmation via email according to the timeline you select. You may add, change or cancel this appointment up until 1 hour before the clinic.
Your appointment can be added to your Outlook or Google calendar by clicking on the calendar box when you receive the confirmation email.
SCHEDULING MULTIPLE APPOINTMENTS: You can book back to back appointments. Each slot is one per person. Click a time for each individual and enter their name. The same email can be used to receive the email confirmation
What to bring:Bring your completed Flu Vaccine Registration Form (Fillable PDF)
Your insurance card and a photo ID
Wear clothing that provides easy access to the upper arm
Wear a mask
Employees are encouraged to bring and use their own pen
COVID-19 Requirements: Thank you for your cooperation making this a safe flu vaccination eventEmployees should wash their hands prior to coming for their appointment for their shot
Show up at your appointed time to reduce congregating in the waiting space
Maintain 6 feet for social distancing
Please don’t attend if you have any symptoms. Employees who have any symptom of COVID19 per CDC guidelines will not be vaccinated:
Getting a flu vaccination is the single best way to protect yourself, your coworkers, your family, and our community from the flu (CDC).