Lane Cove Wellness Centre
OFFERING A WIDE RANGE OF LEATH ASSESSMENT & MANAGEMENT SERVICES
Flu Vaccinations $20
Flu vaccinations may now be administered by a suitably qualified pharmacist.
Strains of virus protection
There are 23 strains of influenza virus that are constantly mutating. The quadrivalent vaccine covers for two type A (H3N2 and H1N1) and 2 type Bs.
Flu Vaccinations are mainly recommended for those who are elderly, diabetic, asthmatic or have other ongoing health issues
Types of flu vaccines
Some vaccines contain three strains of flu antigen (trivalent) and others, four strains (quadrivalent). We recommend quadrivalent vaccines. They usually comprise 2 Type A and two type B virus antigens.
How does it work?
Appointments are preferable
We deliver vaccines in a private room.
All you need to do is to sign a prepared consent form.
Can pharmacists vaccinate people?
This pharmacy has a qualified pharmacist who is trained to give a flu vaccination.
Simply pop in and ask the duty pharmacists and we will do the rest.
Benefit to you
A major benefit is very little waiting and convenient hours.
It is very beneficial for those who work in close contact with other people or who travel by public transport.
Vaccinations help to prevent illness by giving you immune protection in most cases, and by reducing the odds by including the strains of ‘flu most likely to appear in a “season”. Our recommended system to boost the body’s take-up of vaccination (“sero-positive”) is to follow-up the injection with Wade’s immune Action (aka Winter Mix).
Health authorities are recommending annual vaccinations.
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