Flu Shots

Flu Shots Offered at Doyle Park Offices in Santa Rosa

St. Joseph Health Medical Group family medicine and pediatrics offices in Santa Rosa are offering flu shots to current St. Joseph Health Medical Group members. See dates and times below:

Family Medicine:

Every Wednesday and Friday through December
Walk-ins welcome!


500 Doyle Park Dr, Suite G04
Santa Rosa, CA 95405

(707) 303-8360

Pediatrics:

Saturday Flu Clinics - sign up today!
October 8th & 22nd
November 5th & 19th
December 3rd & 17th

500 Doyle Park Dr, Suite 100
Santa Rosa, CA 95405

(707) 544-6090

Providing Flu Shots

Get Ready for Flu Season at St. Joseph Health Medical Group

You can help prevent the flu by getting your flu vaccination each fall. We encourage all of our patients to get the vaccination this season. Believe it or not, the flu can be a very serious illness. The flu has been responsible for thousands of hospitalizations and even deaths each year.

In addition, there isn't just one type of flu. There are actually several strains of flu viruses and they continuously mutate. Unfortunately, a virus cannot be cured, but having a vaccination can safeguard you from developing the flu in the first place. Ready to get vaccinated? Come and visit us today!

Don't forego your flu vaccination

There are many individuals who support the idea that getting the flu vaccine is not very effective, and can even cause a person to come down with similar symptoms. We want to emphasize that although each person's experience will be different, it is much more beneficial to protect yourself against the flu. Having the flu can make you miserable and even take you away from your routine for a few days.

These are just some of the symptoms of the flu:

  • Chills
  • Fatigue
  • Fever with a temperature over 100 degrees
  • Watery eyes
  • Coughing
  • Sore throat
  • Runny or stuffy nose
  • Headaches or muscle and joint aches
  • Nausea or diarrhea

If you do get sick with the flu, you need get as much rest as possible and stay hydrated to maximize recovery. You should avoid interacting with others, as this can also trigger the flu for the other person. You can also visit our facility to obtain prescription medication for stubborn symptoms, or if your condition has not improved after a couple of weeks.

Who should get the flu vaccine?

This year, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has recommended that all persons age six months and over receive a flu vaccine. The shot is approved for pregnant women to receive as well. It is especially important for those with chronic medical conditions to have a flu shot. You should consult with your physician before obtaining the shot to see if you are allergic to any of the components of the vaccine.