Flu clinics available around Cowichan Lake through October and November

With flu season around the bend, Carolyn Yablonski, public health nurse with the Kaatza

  • Oct. 18, 2016 6:00 p.m.

With flu season around the bend, Carolyn Yablonski, public health nurse with the Kaatza Health Centre, wants to remind Cowichan Lake residents of their flu clinic options in the area:

Island Pharmacy IDA, 62 Cowichan Lake Road (beside Brookside), has a clinic Oct. 19. Please call 250-749-0149 for appointment.

Brookside Medical Clinic, 46 Stanley Road, is offering morning clinics on Oct. 26, 27 and Nov. 1. Please call 250-749-6988 for an appointment.

Kaatza Health Centre, 58 Cowichan Ave W, will have its flu clinic on Nov. 1 from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Adults can drop in or call (250-749-6878) for an appointment on another day. The centre asks that families with children call ahead for an appointment.

Lakeside Medical Clinic, 138 South Shore Road, invites patients to call (250-932-9011) or drop in to register. There are no fixed dates specified for flu shots at this location.

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