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Children’s Hospital of San Antonio offers immunization event




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The Children’s Hospital of San Antonio’s Mobile Clinic will be on-site at CHRISTUS Santa Rosa Hospital -- Westover Hills offering free well-child immunizations and free flu shots for children and their parents Friday, January 4, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Visit CHRISTUS Santa Rosa Hospital -- Westover Hills, at 11212 State Hwy 151, in San Antonio. The Children’s Mobile Clinic will be located near the main entrance adjacent to the fountain.

This initiative is powered by the Kohl’s Cares Immunization Program at Children’s Hospital of San Antonio. The Children’s Mobile Clinic goals include increased immunization rates and increased knowledge of health topics and healthy behavior for families.

The Children's Mobile Clinic provides comprehensive pediatric primary care including well child examinations, immunizations, EPSDT (Early Periodic Screening Diagnosis and Treatment) services, treatment of minor illnesses, referral and linkages to specialty care, education, assistance in applying for Medicaid and CHIP and prescription assistance.
 

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