Tarrant County Flu Shots Now Available

By Elvira Sakmari
|  Friday, Oct 2, 2009  |  Updated 2:07 PM CDT
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Tarrant County Flu Shots Now Available

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A flu shot is prepared by a nurse.

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Tarrant County is doing all it can to stop the spread of flu. All six public health centers are offering seasonal flu shots starting Friday, Oct. 2.

These are the locations:

Arlington Public Health Center
536 W. Randol Mill Road
817-548-3990

Bagsby-Williams Public Health Center
3212 Miller Avenue, Fort Worth
817-531-6738

Northeast Public Health Center
813 Brown Trail, Bedford
817-285-4155

Northwest Public Health Center
3800 Adam Grubb Road, Lake Worth, TX
817-238-4441

Southwest Public Health Center
6551 Granbury Road, Fort Worth
817-370-4530

Watauga Public Health Center
6601 Watauga Road, Suite 122, Watauga
817-514-5030

Flu shots are $20 per person, $14 for children 6 months to 3 years old, and must be paid in cash or by using a credit card. Medicaid, Medicare and Secure Horizons are accepted.

There is also a Web site offering help finding public flu shot clinics, close to your home. Check out FindAFluShot.com.

More information at the Tarrant County Public Health Web site.

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