Flu Season 2022 – 2023
Influenza (flu) is an easily spread respiratory tract infection caused by a virus. About 5-20% of people in the U.S. get the flu each year.
Here are some useful resources for this year's flu season, typically October through March. Learn about flu essentials and tips to help keep you, your family and our community healthy.
Help us keep everyone safe this flu season by getting vaccinated. Even if you can fight off infection, you may still spread it to those who can't. This puts anyone you interact with at risk, including these groups at higher risk of serious illness and death from flu complications:
- Older adults
- Young children
- Pregnant women
- People with weakened immune systems and other chronic medical conditions
To schedule a flu shot for you or your family, contact Loma Linda University Primary Care at 909-255-3236.
Children's Vaccination Clinic
Kids can get a flu shot, a Tdap booster, or both at our Faculty Medical Clinics Tuesday through Friday from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Faculty Medical Clinic Pharmacy
11370 Anderson St., Suite 1000
Loma Linda, CA 92354
Insurance will be billed, if possible. Cash prices are $25 for the flu shot alone, $25 for the Tdap booster alone, or only $10 for both together.