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Drive-through Flu Shots Available at MaineHealth Care at Home

September 21, 2020

Contact: Roy Garland, Development & Marketing Coordinator
Ph: 207-391-6513

SACO, MAINE - MaineHealth Care at Home (MHCAH) is offering drive-through flu shots for all community members at 15 Industrial Park Road. in Saco, Maine. No appointment is necessary. Visitors must simply bring their insurance card to receive the service. All visitors must wear a face covering. We also recommend wearing clothing that will allow you to easily receive the shot within your vehicle.

Clinicians wearing personal protective equipment (PPE) will walk you through the process to allow for a safe and effective vaccination. Clinics are offered every Wednesday from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm, continuing through November 11, 2020. MHCAH will also host public flu shot clinics across York and Cumberland counties. More details to follow soon.

About MaineHealth Care at Home:
MaineHealth Care at Home helps people recover from illness, regain strength and live more independently in the comfort of their own home. Whether you’re leaving the hospital after an illness or have a newborn or older adult in need of special care, we offer a full range of skilled home health care services. Our trusted, specially-trained care providers include nurses, physical and occupational therapists, speech language pathologists, rehabilitation therapists, social workers, nutritional counselors, and home health aides. Learn more about MaineHealth Care at Home.


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