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Flu Clinic Schedule

There are several ways to get a flu shot in Philadelphia if you don’t have a doctor.

City Health Center Walk-in Flu Shot Hours

If you are 19 or older and don’t have health insurance, you can get a flu shot at a City health center. The health centers have walk-in hours when you can get a flu shot without making an appointment. 

Find a health center near you, and click on the location to see its walk-in flu shot hours.  Or, choose a health center from the list below the map.



City Health Center Walk-in Flu Shot Hours

Health Center 2
1700 S. Broad Street
Monday – Friday, 10 – 12 PM and 1 – 3 PM

Health Center 3
555 S. 43rd Street
Monday – Friday, 9 – 11 AM and 1 – 3:30 PM

Health Center 4
4400 Haverford Avenue
Monday – Friday, 9 – 11 AM and 1 – 3 PM

Health Center 5
1900 N. 20th Street
Monday – Friday, 9 – 11 AM and 1 – 3 PM

Health Center 6
321 W. Girard Avenue
Monday – Friday, 9 AM – 3 PM

Health Center 9
131 E. Chelten Avenue
Monday – Friday, 9 – 11 AM and 1 – 3 PM

Health Center 10
2230 Cottman Avenue
Monday – Friday, 8 – 11 AM and 12 – 3 PM

Federally-qualified health center walk-in hours

Abbotsford Falls Family Practice
4700 Wissahickon Avenue Building D
Philadelphia, PA 19144
1:00pm -3:00pm Monday thru Friday

Fairmount Primary Care Center
1412 Fairmount Ave
Philadelphia, PA 19130
Monday thru Friday 9:00AM-3:30PM

Maria De La Santos
401 W. Allegheny Avenue D
Philadelphia, PA 19133
Monday 9am-12pm, Tuesday 12pm-4pm

Parkview Community Health
841 E Hunting Park Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19124
Wednesdays 1:00pm-3:00pm

Community Flu Clinics

Community flu clinics are scheduled throughout the autumn. You can attend one without making an appointment. To find a community flu clinic, see the calendar below.

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Find a Pharmacy That Vaccinates

Search the map below to find a pharmacy near you that can provide you with vaccines. Before you go, make sure to call and check to make sure they have the vaccines you need.

Pharmacies can vaccinate people age 18 and older - and, for the flu vaccine, they can give it to people age 9 to 18.



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