Neighbor Pharmacy® offers both flu shots and travel immunization
services for your convenience at select locations. Give it a
shot—your health is worth it!™
Good Neighbor Pharmacy Flu Prevention Weeks
Better Safe, Than Sick.
In early fall, make an appointment to receive your flu shots
at your Good Neighbor Pharmacy during our Flu Prevention Weeks.
Provided by certified specialists, we’ll make sure you are ready
to face flu season without the fear of getting sick.
Other Websites Offering Information About Seasonal Flu and H1N1:
The CDC provides facts and figures about influenza, ways to
prevent it, important information for people with pre-existing
conditions, and a flu activity and surveillance map.
This interactive site dispels flu myths, talks about
vaccinations and flu prevention, offers ways to treat someone
who is sick in your household, gives advice on how businesses
can respond to outbreaks, lets you know what to do if you get
flu-like symptoms, and tracks the latest flu news and updates.
Good Neighbor Pharmacy Travel Medicine
Next Time You Travel, Make A Trip Here
From malaria to yellow fever, Good Neighbor Pharmacy is the
only name you need to remember for your travel immunization
needs before vacationing or working abroad. Our in-house travel
clinic can make sure you have all the shots required for your
specific destination and can give you helpful travel health
Travel Smart. Stay Healthy.
Besides making sure you have the necessary vaccinations to
prevent communicable diseases in foreign countries, it is
important to ask yourself certain questions:
- Are there any specific conditions at your destination
(altitude, climate, etc.) that may adversely affect your
- Do you require any destination-specific medications—over
the counter or prescription?
- Will there be safe food and water at your destination?
- Are there any other destination-specific health risks that
may affect your trip?
- Who can you call while abroad in the case of a health
- Are there adequate health services and hospitals at your
- Will you be medically insured when you get there?
Other Websites That Give Critical Travel Advice and Can Help You
Get Ready For a Trip To A Foreign Country:
The CDC serves as a comprehensive resource for traveler’s
health including necessary vaccinations, travel advisories,
destination information, and eating and drinking abroad.
In addition to passport and visa information, as well as
travel warnings, the State Department offers advice for
emergencies, including injury or illness.
WHO offers a more clinical approach to international travel
and health with reports and an interactive map on disease