Now More Than Ever, Our Community Needs St. Luke’s Hospital’s Unique Approach to Healthcare
St. Luke's Return to Care Excellence in clinical quality, safety and patient experience are hallmarks of the healthcare at St. Luke's Hospital.
We appreciate your patience, support and loyalty as our healthcare team members have worked tirelessly at the forefront of response to the COVID-19 pandemic in our community. St. Luke's has resumed full operations in a safe and responsible manner.
We want to reassure you that all St. Luke's facilities are safe, welcoming and prepared as always to provide you with the very best patient-focused care.
Now More Than Ever, Getting A Flu Vaccine Is Extremely Important
Now more than ever, getting a flu vaccine is extremely important to protect your health. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) predicts it is likely both the flu virus and the COVID-19 virus will be present this fall and winter. While getting a flu vaccine will not protect you from COVID-19, it can reduce the risk of flu illness and hospitalization. Flu viruses change over time, so it's important for you to get a flu vaccine even if you have previously had one.
St. Luke's Hospital network of care offers you convenient and safe options to obtain a flu vaccine at any of our eight St. Luke's Urgent Care Centers. We know these are unprecedented times, but please be assured we are prepared to provide you with safe, high quality care.
Getting a flu vaccine has never been easier. You can check-in online for any available time slot at the location that's most convenient for you. While walk-ins are welcome, checking in online can minimize the amount of time you will need to spend at the St. Luke's Urgent Care.
The entire team at St. Luke's wants you and your family to stay healthy. Thank you for trusting us with your healthcare needs.