DLSUMC Onsite Influenza and Pneumococcal Vaccination

On-site vaccinations at your workplace, campus or residential community

Why get on-site vaccinations?

When YOU get vaccinated, you protect yourself and your community. More so, when enough (if not all) people in your area or workplace are vaccinated against flu and pneumonia, getting and spreading these diseases become less likely. Annual flu vaccines are recommended for everyone 6 months of age and older1, while one dose of PPSV23 is recommended for adults 19-64 years old (with certain medical conditions) and 65 years or older (regardless of previous history of pneumococcal vaccination)2. Plus, with the current pandemic, the DOH also recommends getting vaccinated against flu and pneumonia to prevent further complications from COVID-193. For your convenience, DLSUMC now offers ON-SITE FLU AND PNEUMOCOCCAL VACCINATION. No need to go to the hospital – our team of skilled medical practitioners will come to you and safely perform the vaccinations at your place.

What are the advantages of DLSUMC on-site vaccinations?

  • Convenience – You don’t have to leave your workplace or your town to go to the hospital and get your shots. Your group’s preferred vaccination date will also be considered. Note: A minimum of 50 people enlisted for vaccination is required to avail of on-site vaccinations.
  • Cost – Avail of flu vaccine and flu + pneumococcal vaccine package for less than the regular DLSUMC Immunization Center rates.

How to schedule on-site vaccination:

  1. Fill-out the Inquiry Form below.
  2. A DLSUMC Sales Unit representative will respond within 24 hours to inform you of the total cost of vaccination for your group and the succeeding steps to accomplish leading to actual vaccination.

What other on-site services does DLSUMC offer?

DLSUMC’s on-site services also include:
  • Mobile Clinic Services
  • Mobile Blood Donation
  • Rapid Antibody Testing

  1. https://www.cdc.gov/flu/prevent/vaccinations.htm
  2. https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/vpd/pneumo/downloads/pneumo-vaccine-timing.pdf?fbclid=IwAR2fMH6JiqsbZdZy9tnRVmwoMs3OJX1C50N8BfgjRV7hN47lxK2aE7FIdRU
  3. https://newsinfo.inquirer.net/1307668/doh-recommends-flu-pneumonia-vaccines-to-prevent-covid-19-complications