Posted on October 5th, 2017 by Speare Memorial Hospital

Speare Schedules Annual Public Flu Shot Clinics

Flu Clinic Nurses
Flu Clinic Nurses (L-R) Alyson Yopp, RN, Susan Scheinman, RN, Jacqulyn Jewell, RN and Janice Elgin, RN.

Fall has arrived and so too has the focus on helping to prevent flu-related illness. Speare Memorial Hospital offers the flu vaccine to persons 18 years and older, and are available at several public flu shot clinics scheduled at the Hospital and in the surrounding communities.

Vaccines are administered by a Registered Nurse and most insurances are accepted, including Medicare and Medicaid. You will be asked to present your insurance card prior to receiving the vaccine.

For those without insurance, the cost is $32 Quadrivalent & $64.00 High Dose (65 yrs & above) and payable by cash or check.


Dates, Locations & Times


October 12, 2017 (Thursday): @ Holderness Town Hall 11am – 1pm

October 12, 2017 (Thursday): @ Speare: Main Lobby 2pm -7pm

October 18, 2017 (Wednesday): @ Speare: Main Lobby 7am–5pm

 October 19, 2017 (Thursday): @Waterville Valley Town Offices 130pm-3pm

 October 25, 2017 (Wednesday): @Plymouth Senior Center 830am-12pm

 October 25, 2017 (Wednesday): @ Speare: Main Lobby 1pm–5pm

 October 27, 2017 (Friday): @Speare: Main Lobby 7am-5pm

 November 3, 2017 (Friday): @ Speare: Main Lobby 7am-5pm

 November 8, 2017 (Wednesday): @Plymouth Senior Center 10am–12pm

 November 8, 2017 (Wednesday): @Speare: Main Lobby 7am-6pm

 November 29, 2017 (Wednesday): @Speare Main Lobby 7am-5pm


Speare Memorial Hospital Main Lobby

Waterville Valley Town Hall

Holderness Town Hall

Plymouth Senior Center


For more information please call Speare’s Occupational and Employee Health Department at (603) 238-2348.

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