Flu vaccines help your body fight off influenza viruses. Many viruses can cause flu. Flu vaccines are reviewed yearly to be sure the one you receive targets the most common flu viruses.
 

A flu vaccine can be given through a shot or nasal spray. A shot is recommended for most people. Talk with a healthcare provider to decide what’s best for you.
 

A vaccine cannot guarantee you won’t get the flu, but it will make any flu sickness much milder.
Who should get a flu shot?
 

Healthcare providers recommend a yearly flu vaccine for anyone older than six months.
 

The flu vaccine is especially important for:
 

    Adults 50 and older
    Children 6 months to 4 years
    Pregnant women
    Anyone with a weakened immune system
    Residents of long-term care facilities
    Anyone with a chronic health condition, such as asthma, heart disease or kidney disease
    People who spend time with a person at risk for flu complications
 

The flu vaccine is not recommended for:
 

    Infants younger than 6 months
    Anyone who has had allergic reactions to past flu shots
    Anyone with allergies to eggs or other vaccine ingredients
    Anyone who currently has a fever
    Anyone who has had Guillain-Barré syndrome, a rare condition in which your body's immune system attacks your nerves

 

 


You don’t have to wait for hours in an emergency room to get care for a sprain, minor burn, bone fracture, cut, or wound.
 

Pioneer Physicians Urgent Care is open every day of the year with board-certified doctors always on site to provide fast care for minor injuries.
 

Our center is staffed with doctors and providers from Pioneer Physicians, who are experienced in both primary care and emergency medicine. We always have a doctor available at each of our centers, so you can be sure you are getting expert care you can trust.
 

We also have advanced digital X-ray capabilities at each of our urgent care centers, and every imaging scan is read by an onsite physician and a specialized Pioneer Physician radiologist.
 

We’ll provide the care you need — fast — so you can begin to heal today.
 

    Bone Fractures
    Foreign Body Removal
    Incision and Drainage
    Insect and Animal Bites
    Mild Burns
    Minor Cuts & Wounds
    Skin Repair
    Splinting
    Sports Injuries
    Sprains
    Sutures and Stitches



 


Payment Options
 

Accepted Insurance
 

To aid with your care, we accept most major insurance plans, which offer lower copays for urgent care, as opposed to ER visits.


Self-Pay Options


If you don’t have insurance, that’s OK. You’ll pay reasonable rates based on the level of care needed. Our prices are competitive and comparable to other local providers.