2019-2020 Flu Clinics

It is flu season—and we want to make it easy for you to get vaccinated! It is recommended that everyone 6 months of age and older should get a flu vaccination every season, and it’s particularly important for people who are at a high risk of serious complications for influenza. The exact timing of flu seasons can vary, but influenza activity often begins to increase in October. Most of the time flu activity peaks between December and February, although activity can last as late as May. It takes about two weeks after vaccination for antibodies to develop in the body that protect against flu, so we encourage you to visit your Community Care Physicians’ office to get vaccinated early in fall, before flu season begins. However, vaccinations can still be given throughout the flu season.

Flu Vaccine

Many practices within Community Care Physicians offer the flu vaccine to patients. Vaccines are available at our primary care offices, Capital Region Women’s Care, Upstate Hematology, and many of our Urgent Care Centers. If you are a patient at these offices, ask at your next appointment if you should get the vaccine. You can also call your Community Care office to schedule a visit specifically for the flu vaccine.

The practices below also have specific flu clinics scheduled:

Select a Flu Clinic

CapitalCare Family Practice Ballston Spa Flu Clinic

Ballston Spa

20 Prospect Street, Suite 106
Ballston Spa, NY 12020
Phone: (518) 885-3755
Fax: (518) 885-4613

By appointment only for established patients of CapitalCare Family Practice Ballston Spa. Please call for an appointment.

CapitalCare Family Practice Guilderland Flu Clinic


3757 Carman Road, Suite 100
Schenectady, NY 12303
Phone: (518) 355-7063
Fax: (518) 357-0646

Flu shots are available by appointment for established patients of CapitalCare Family Practice Guilderland ages 6 months and older. Call the office to schedule an appointment.


Learn more about influenza and how to protect yourself and your loved ones by visiting the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) website.