Drive-thru Flu Clinic

by Press Release-Burlington County | Nov 3, 2006
Drive-thru Flu Clinic The Burlington County Health Department will hold its first Drive-thru Flu Clinic on Saturday, November 18th from 9 -11 a.m. The clinic will take place at the Emergency Services Training Center (Fire Academy) located at 53 Academy Drive in the County Complex off Woodlane Road in Westampton.

The November 18th clinic will immunize the elderly, chronically ill, disabled adult residents and first responders of Burlington County, and their caregivers. “Drive-thru clinics are one of the alternative methods of delivery the Health Department is testing in case of a natural or man-made event requiring mass distribution of medication,” said Freeholder Dawn Marie Addiego.

“Drive-thru clinics can be a valuable method for immunizing special population groups, such as the elderly and disabled, who may have difficulty with ambulation or transferring, or lack the endurance necessary to wait on line or walk a distance. They have been proven to be an effective method for immunizing 330 to 700 individuals per hour,” Addiego said. For more information contact the health department at (609) 265-5548.


Author: Press Release-Burlington County


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