Time for Your Flu Shot!

We're kicking off the fall flu season with Flu Shot Clinics at the MediEquip stores:

Saturday October 15
10 am to 3 pm

MediEquip West County
12852 Manchester Road in Des Peres, 63131
314.781.2800 (MediNurse)

MediEquip South County
5845 S. Lindbergh, 63123
314.550.2877 (MediNurse)

Curbside Assistance is available
for anyone with difficulty getting into the store

Just call us at the location of your choice
on the day of the clinic,
we'll come on out, give you your shot
and you'll be on your way!

Before you visit us, download the
MediNurse Flu Shot Consent Form
Print it, fill it out, bring it in
and you'll be in and out in no time!

It's that easy!

To learn more about influenza immunizations, download the CDC Vaccination Information Statement.

More Flu Shot Options

Can't make the clinic on the day of the in-store clinic? We're happy to take care of you at our office inside the MediEquip West County store, Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Call us at 314.781.2800 to make sure the Flu Nurse will be available.

Corporate Flu Shots

MediNurse offers flu shots every year to companies and organizations throughout the St. Louis area. Call our Corporate Flu Shot Coordinator at 314.550.2877 or 314.781.2800, or email us.

For some general information about the flu and other immunizations that are important for seniors, check the links below and our Resources page.

More About Flu Shots

To learn about the flu, check the Centers for Disease Control's influenza web site.


A pneumovax injection prevents the most common cause of bacterial pneumonia in adults. Death rates from this bacterial pneumonia are 15-20% and as high as 40% in the elderly. It is recommended for individuals who have had pneumonia in the past, those with chronic medical problems such as asthma, heart disease, diabetes, alcohol abuse, kidney failure, cancers or weakened immune systems from disease or drug treatments and for others over the age of 50. It should be repeated at age 65 if five years have elapsed since the first injection.

The CDC also has information on vaccinations for pneumonia.

Whooping Cough (Pertussis) Revaccination

Considered a childhood disease of the past, whooping cough has made a serious comeback. In adults, whooping cough can cause coughing lasting for months and may cause broken ribs. Adults are more susceptible to whooping cough than young children because the vaccinations they received as children wear off. A whooping cough revaccination is recommended for all adults, especially those who are around children, as it is easily spread from adults to children. It is given one time only.

To learn more, see our Pertussis information page.

Shingles Vaccine

The shingles vaccine decreases the incidence of the ultrapainful condition of shingles. If you had chicken pox as a child, you are predisposed to getting shingles later in life. It is highly recommended for anyone over 60. For more information, see the Shingles Vaccination page at the CDC.

While you can get other vaccinations at the same time as you get a flu shot, you cannot get a shingles vaccination within two weeks of getting a flu shot.

Please note: some restrictions may apply to flu shots and other immunizations/vaccinations, as determined by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.



12852 Manchester Road
Saint Louis, MO 63131

phone: 314.781.2800





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