Reliance Medical Centers is proud to offer vaccines for COVID-19 and the Flu.
All vaccinations are by appointment and subject to availability.
Questions About COVID-19 Vaccinations
The Pfizer vaccine is available for people 12 years of age and older. The Johnson & Johnson and the Moderna vaccines are available for people 18 years of age and older.
Reliance administers the Moderna vaccine.
The Moderna vaccine is a two-dose series separated by 28 days.
Your second appointment will be scheduled after you receive your first dose before you leave the vaccination appointment.
There is no cost to be vaccinated.
No, in order to ensure that doses are properly administered, appointments are required at Reliance Medical Centers for a Covid-19 vaccine.
A photo ID with your name and date of birth (for example: Florida driver’s license, state-issued ID or passport).
- Proof of your appointment (printed copy or screenshot of the confirmation email or text message).
- Because we are a healthcare facility, masks are required for all guests and personnel at Reliance Medical Centers.
About Flu Vaccinations
Get Your Flu Shot, Not the Flu!
Getting a flu shot is the most important thing you can do to protect yourself and the people around you from getting the flu, and this year getting a flu shot is more important than ever.
Reliance is helping seniors protect themselves against the flu by offering FREE flu shots to all our patients. All you need to do is make an appointment.
We highly recommend getting vaccinated against the flu to keep yourself and your loved ones protected.
Three Reasons to Get a Flu Shot:
- Getting a flu shot is the number one way to protect yourself against the flu virus.
- Getting a flu shot can reduce the severity of illness if you contract the flu.
- Getting a flu shot protects people around you who cannot receive the flu shot.
To make an appointment for your flu vaccination ask your provider, or call 888-414-1413
Yes, according to CDC guidelines it is safe to administer both the COVID-19 vaccine and the flu vaccine at the same time. If you have any concerns about the flu vaccine, please contact your Primary Care Provider’s office.
The flu vaccine is administered in a single dose.
It is recommended that people receive a flu vaccine every year because the viruses that cause the flu are constantly mutating, so each year the flu vaccine is reviewed and updated to protect against the viruses that research indicates will be the most prominent that year.
It takes approximately two weeks for antibodies to develop and provide protection against flu viruses.
Some people may experience minor side effects after receiving the vaccine, such as soreness in the arm where they received the shot, muscle aches, headache or fever.