Attacking The Flu Season

Flu Season is still around the corner so don’t wait for the of the flu to get you.  Come in to Grand Ave Urgent Care today to get your flu vaccine. Grand Ave Urgent Care tests for both Influenza A & B,  and offers/administers the Flu Vaccine and Fluzone High-Dose Vaccine.  Walk-ins are welcome, no appointment necessary.

Influenza – otherwise known as the flu can be a serious threat.  The vaccination is recommended by the Center for Disease Control for everyone 6 months of age and older, pregnant women, or if you suffer from Asthma, Heart Disease, Diabetes, Weakened Immune Systems.

Colds and flu are both highly contagious and, in the initial stages, a bad cold and a mild case of the flu might seem alike.  However unlike a cold, flu is a serious illness that can have life-threatening complications.  Check the table below to compare flu and cold symptoms.

While hand washing and reducing contact with public places can decrease the likeliness of contacting the flu, the only way to prevent the flu is with the influenza vaccine.  Flu season is generally considered to start as early as October and last as late as May.  Grand Ave Urgent Care is here to help you fight the flu with the care you deserve.


Grand Ave Urgent Care is open well past normal business hours, providing you and your family the ultimate in flexible, affordable, friendly medical care. We recognize the uniqueness of children who are less than 3 months old. If your child is less than 3 months old, please see your pediatrician, family doctor or go to the hospital.