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Important Alerts:

Walk-In Flu Clinics

COVID-19 Information and Updates

CareMount is prepared to provide COVID-19 booster vaccines, pending criteria and approval from the CDC, FDA and NYS Department of Health.  READ MORE

Drive-Thru COVID-19 RNA (nasal swab) testing: Read more or schedule online.

For everyone’s safety and per CDC guidelines it is MANDATORY TO KEEP YOUR MASK ON AT ALL TIMES in our offices EVEN IF FULLY VACCINATED.

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Flu Vaccine Program Information

 

NO APPOINTMENT NEEDED. WALK-IN ONLY

 

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Help prevent a flu outbreak by getting vaccinated!

With the flu season approaching and the emergence of COVID-19 variants, it is more important than ever to protect yourself against the flu, and that means getting an annual preventative flu vaccine. Flu mist is NOT available for walk-in patients. Flu mist will be available in limited quantities for pediatric patients – please call your provider’s office for more information.

The Flu Clinic will be CLOSED on Thursday, November 25th (Thanksgiving Day).

Where Can I Get the Flu Vaccine?

See below for locations and directions.

Dutchess County

Fishkill Merritt
60 Merritt Boulevard, Fishkill, NY 12524 (1st Floor, former Toll Brothers space)

Poughkeepsie Oakwood Campus
Oakwood Commons, 2515 South Road, Poughkeepsie, NY 12601 (former Key Bank Building)

Rhinebeck Campus
6734 Route 9, Rhinebeck, NY 12572 

Putnam County

Carmel/Brewster
Highlands Center 100H Independent Way, Brewster NY 10509 (former Massage Envy space)

Ulster County

Kingston Campus
1561 Ulster Avenue, Lake Katrine, NY 12449 (Rear Entrance, CareMount Urgent Care location)

Westchester County

Mount Kisco
100 South Bedford Road, Mount Kisco, NY 10549 (2nd Floor)

Yorktown
225 Veterans Road, Yorktown Heights NY 10598 (former CareMount Urgent Care space)

What Can I Expect?

  • Masks are required in all CareMount locations.
  • The nurse will review your health history and any reactions you may have had to previous vaccines.
  • You should not come for your flu vaccine if you have any symptoms of COVID-19 or any type of illness.
    Your flu vaccine will be deferred until you are feeling well.
  • Short/no sleeve shirts are helpful to wear.

If you have any questions, please contact your provider’s office directly.

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