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Stay Healthy During Flu Season by Getting a Flu Shot at Our Urgent Care Center in Mohegan Lake, NY

Flu Shots
The easiest way to protect yourself and your loved ones during flu season is by getting a flu shot. That’s where PhysicianOne Urgent Care comes in. Catering to residents in Mohegan Lake, New York, and surrounding areas, we offer flu shots every day of the year with the following extended hours for your convenience:

  • Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. – 8 p.m.
  • Weekends and holidays, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

What’s more, we never require appointments, so you can just walk right in at a time that’s convenient for you to receive your flu shot.

How Do Flu Vaccines Work?

When you get a flu shot, you will be injecting either a dead or inactive strain of the flu virus into your system, which will stimulate your body’s immune system to make antibodies that are designed to attack it. When you’ve had a flu vaccine, your body will be able to instantly recognize the virus and produce the necessary antibodies to fight it off. However, it’s important to note that the flu vaccine takes about two to four weeks to be effective, so it’s a good idea to get your flu shot as early as possible.

Get Your Flu Shot Today

If you’re in the Mohegan Lake area and are ready to take the first step in protecting yourself and your loved ones from the flu, head on over to PhysicianOne Urgent Care today. Our urgent care center is located at 3085 Main Street, Suite 12A in the Cortlandt Town Center. (If you’re using GPS, be sure to enter “3085 East Main Street.”)

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