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FLU VACCINE IS NOW AVAILABLE AT ALL LSFP SITES FOR ESTABLISHED PATIENTS
AGE 6 MONTHS AND OLDER, BY APPOINTMENT ONLY.
Flu shot clinics will also be held every Saturday in October from 8am-noon at our Lansdowne location by appointment only.
Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine, Bivalent
is now available at our LANSDOWNE location and authorized for use in individuals 12 years of age and older as a single booster dose administered at least 2 months after either:
· completion of primary vaccination with any authorized or approved monovalent1 COVID-19 vaccine, or
· receipt of the most recent booster dose with any authorized or approved monovalent COVID-19 vaccine.
PATIENTS WHO NEVER RECEIVED ANY OF THE ORIGINAL MONOVALENT COVID VACCINES CANNOT RECEIVE THE BIVALENT VACCINE!!!
OUR LANSDOWNE SITE IS NOW ACCEPTING TEXT MESSAGES FOR ALL APPOINTMENT TYPES EVERY WEEKDAY (M-F, excluding holidays) 8:30am-4:00pm .
SEND YOUR MESSAGE TO (703)724-7530
OUR STONE SPRINGS SITE IS NOW ACCEPTING TEXT MESSAGES FOR ALL APPOINTMENT TYPES EVERY WEEKDAY (M-F, excluding holidays) 8:30am-4:00pm.
SEND YOUR MESSAGE TO (703)991-7600
ESTABLISHED PATIENTS ONLY, NO NEW PATIENTS
WAIT TIMES WILL APPLY FOR MOST WALK-IN APPOINTMENTS
If you are not a Virginia resident, you must be physically located in the state of Virginia to conduct a telemedicine visit (virtual visit) with one of our providers. You will need to provide your location to the provider so we can document where the visit took place.
If you become ill with signs of cold, flu or Covid just prior to an upcoming appointment for your routine visit or physical appointment, please call ahead of time so we can make other arrangements to accommodate you safely. We are trying to avoid having sick and well patients occupy our waiting rooms at the same time. It is our duty to prevent the spread of illness, especially to our vulnerable immunocompromised, elderly and pediatric patients.