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Flu Vaccination

An annual seasonal flu vaccine is the best way to reduce the chances that you will get seasonal flu and lessen the chance that you will spread it to others.  The Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices which advises the Centers for Disease Control recommends annual flu shots for everyone age 6 months and older.

The seasonal flu vaccine for both adults and children is now available. 

Flu Vaccine

Fluzone High-Dose and Quadrivalent  Influenza Vaccine

Rush-Copley Medical Group offices have Fluzone High-Dose and Quadrivalent Influenza vaccine.

Fluzone High-Dose influenza vaccine is for patients 65 years of age or older. This vaccine was created with a higher dose of antigen in order to give older people (65 years of age or older) a better immune response and therefore better protection against flu.

Quadrivalent influenza vaccine is for people ages 6 months and older. This vaccine protects against four different types of influenza where the regular flu shot protects against three different types.Specifically, the quadrivalent flu vaccine protects against two influenza A viruses and two influenza B viruses. A quadrivalent flu shot is manufactured using virus grown in eggs.


Getting Vaccinated

To get a flu vaccine, please contact your physician's office. For your convenience we have attached the Influenza Vaccine Consent Form. Please fill the form out and bring it with you to your appointment.

Call today to schedule your appointment at any of our locations. No appointment is necessary at Rush-Copley Convenient Care in Sugar Grove.


Family Medicine
2040 Ogden Avenue, Suite 303

2972 Indian Trail Rd


2020 Ogden Avenue, Suite 120

2040 Ogden Avenue, Suite 303

2040 Ogden Avenue, Suite 215

Internal Medicine
2088 Ogden Avenue, Suite 270


Pediatrics & Family Medicine
4789 Rt. 71


Family Medicine
99 Boulder Hill Pass

Sugar Grove

Rush-Copley Convenient Care
472 N. Rt. 47

Family Medicine
472 N. Rt. 47


Family Medicine & Sports Medicine
1100 W. Veterans Parkway, Suite 200

Additional Resources

To find out more information about the seasonal flu shot including who should be vaccinated, visit Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Availability of the flu vaccine is subject to change.