Influenza "Flu" Vaccinations
The best way to prevent the flu is to get a flu vaccination each flu season.
During flu season, community members 3 years of age and older can get the flu vaccine at the Ann Chandler Public Health Center. Injectable and nasal vaccine available!
Residents of Berkeley who have private health insurance (i.e. Kaiser, MediCal, Blue Cross Managed Care, etc.) should first check with their regular health care provider to receive the flu vaccine.
Flu Vaccination Schedule
The City of Berkeley Immunization Program is not offering influenza vaccinations at this time.
Please check back in September 2015 for the 2015-16 flu vaccination clinic schedule.
||NO scheduled hours at this time
||FREE to persons 3 years of age and older
Ann Chandler Public Health Center
830 University Avenue (at 6th Street)
Berkeley, CA 94710
(510) 981-5350 (Phone)
(510) 981-5385 (Fax)
(510) 981-6903 (TDD)
For more information, call the Ann Chandler Public Health Center or the Nurse of the Day (510) 981-5300.
Immunization Clinics in Alameda County
The American Lung Association (ALA), in Partnership with Maxim Health Systems, has developed an electronic influenza vaccine clinic locator. To use the locator, go to http://www.lung.org/lung-disease/influenza/flu-vaccine-finder/, enter a zip code and receive information about flu vaccine clinics scheduled in your area.
CLICK HERE for more information about influenza ("the flu")
CLICK HERE for a list of other places to recieve a flu shot