Flu Clinics

Flu season is approaching, and the best way to protect yourself and your family is to get vaccinated each year.
 
This year, Southern NH Health’s Foundation Medical Partners primary care is offering patients (36 months and older) convenient Drive-Thru Clinics to receive flu shots.
 
The Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine will also be available at the Drive-Thru Clinics for first and second doses, third doses, and boosters. See below for details on who can receive vaccines at the Drive-Thru Clinics.
 
Appointments are required. Please call your primary care provider’s office to schedule an appointment for one of the following dates.
 
Saturday, October 9
Merrimack Medical Center
696 Daniel Webster Hwy, Merrimack, NH 03054
 
Sunday, October 10
17 Prospect Street
Nashua, NH 03060
 
Saturday, October 23
Merrimack Medical Center
696 Daniel Webster Hwy, Merrimack, NH 03054
 
Sunday, October 24
17 Prospect Street
Nashua, NH 03060
 
Who Can Get the Flu Shot at a Drive-Thru Clinic?

Current primary care patients ages 36 months and older can schedule a Drive-Thru appointment. However, patients who meet the following criteria should instead speak with their provider about alternative options:
  • Children under 36 months of age (children this age receive vaccine in thigh)
  • Patients known to struggle with receiving immunizations
  • Patients with special needs or medical complexities
  • Patients with egg allergies
  • Patients who have not previously had a flu vaccine
  • Other patients as determined by their health care provider
 
Who Can Get the Pfizer Covid-19 Vaccine at the Drive-Thru Clinics?
  • First and second doses: Anyone ages 12 and older
  • 3rd doses: Immunocompromised patients who meet the qualifications for a third dose. Read more here.
  • Boosters
    • Received the Pfizer vaccine previously
    • At least 6 months since 2nd dose
    • Meets CDC guidelines for booster shot eligibility.
      • 65+
      • 18+ with underlying medical conditions
      • 18+ living in long-term care settings
      • 18+ workers in high-risk areas
        • First responders (healthcare workers, firefighters, police, congregate care staff)
        • Education staff (teachers, support staff, daycare workers)
        • Food and agriculture workers
        • Manufacturing workers
        • Corrections workers
        • U.S. Postal Service workers
        • Public transit workers