When: 10/19/2023, 10/25/2023, 10/26/2023, 11/2/2023
Where: 1st floor CALS building- 2021 Perdido Street

What to bring:
• Valid driver’s license and copy of your insurance card. Insurance is required to receive a flu vaccine.
• To expedite check in – please have your flu consent printed and completed prior to your arrival.

Who to contact:
• If you have any clinical questions regarding the flu vaccine, please call LSU Healthcare Network Comprehensive Medicine clinic on campus at 504-412-1366 or you can email lsuhscvaccines@lsuhsc.edu.
• If you are having issues with scheduling the appointment or updating your insurance, please refer to the PDF attachment (“2023 FLU Scheduling Instructions”).


Vaccine Information Sheet (VIS)

The CDC recommends everyone 6 months and older get vaccinated every flu season. It takes about two weeks after vaccination for your body to develop an immune response. In the United States, influenza season usually begins in October. Vaccination is especially important for people at higher risk of severe influenza and their close contacts, including health care personnel and close contacts of children younger than six months.