Cary, NC Flu Clinics at Western Wake Pediatrics
The CDC has new guides for the 2018-2019 flu season – the CDC links are listed below. Western Wake Pediatrics will keep you updated with information from the CDC to help you and your family be prepared for this upcoming flu season.
Western Wake Pediatrics offers seasonal flu vaccines in Cary to our patients each year.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends everyone 6 months of age and older get vaccinated against influenza each year as soon as the vaccine is available in early fall. The CDC encourages vaccination against the flu each year because immunity can wane over time. Getting vaccinated early will ensure your child is protected throughout the influenza season.
Vaccines are available for established patients of Western Wake Pediatrics. Please call to make an appointment to receive your vaccine. Our Phone number is (919) 859-9991 option 2 for scheduling.
Please bring with you a completed Screening Questionnaire for Influenza Vaccination (English Version) (Spanish Version)
|Thursday – December 6, 2018
||9:00am – 12 noon
2:00pm – 4:30pm
What Are Common Symptoms of the Flu?
Wondering if your child may have the flu? Flu symptoms in children may include:
- High-grade fever up to 104 degrees F
- Chills and shakes with the fever
- Extreme tiredness
- Headache and body aches
- Dry, hacking cough
- Sore throat
- Vomiting and belly pain
If your child is showing symptoms of the flu, contact your Cary health care provider at Western Wake Pediatrics.