Flu Clinics at The Teton County Health Department 2021
Teton County Health Department officials are strongly encouraging people in the community to get a flu vaccine. We will offer both COVID and Flu vaccines at our ongoing clinic site, Wednesday through Saturday, beginning September 22nd. If you are interested in receiving both vaccines, you are able to do so at the same appointment. Appointments will be open starting Monday, September 13th at 9:00 AM.
We offer mercury and preservative free quadrivalent flu vaccine for adults and children, and preservative free high-dose flu vaccine for people 65 years and older. Individuals ages 65+ years are eligible to receive a high dose influenza vaccine, which is also a quadrivalent vaccine and will be available at our ongoing clinic.
Please Note: We are only able to administer flu vaccines at out ongoing clinic to individuals 12+ years of age. Looking for a flu vaccine for someone under 12? Please call our office, 307-733-6401, to schedule separately with our nursing services.
On Friday, October 1, Teton County Health Department will host a flu clinic at the Senior Center of Jackson Hole from 9am to 4pm.This clinic will have an adequate supply of high dose vaccines for the number of appointments available. Appointments for the Senior Center clinic will be required and can be made here. Please call our Call Center if you need assistance in making your appointment or have other questions.
Regular Dose Flu Vaccine
High Dose Flu Vaccine
Administrative Fee (for accepted insurance)
Same-day Administrative Fee (for payment by cash, check or card)
Blue Cross Blue Shield
First Choice of the Midwest
Importance of Getting Vaccinated Against the Flu
Influenza is a serious disease that can lead to hospitalization and sometimes even death. Every flu season is different and influenza infection can affect people differently. Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, getting a flu vaccine is more important than ever and will help protect yourself, your family and your community. A flu vaccine this season can also help reduce the burden on our healthcare systems as they are responding to the COVID-19 pandemic and will save medical resources for care of COVID-19 patients. When more people get vaccinated against the flu, less flu can spread through that community.