Flu Clinics Open September 2018

The Polyclinic’s annual Walk-In Flu Vaccine Clinics will open on Monday, September 24 and run through Friday, December 7, 2018. See complete schedule below. Visit this page often for flu clinic changes and updates.

Walk-In Flu Clinic Locations, no appointment necessary

Polyclinic patients can drop in for a flu shot at any location; choose the one most convenient for you.

New! Saturday Flu Clinic at Madison Center

Saturday, November 10, open 9 am - 3 pm, located on the 5th Floor

Madison Center
Northgate Plaza
Monday – Friday*
September 24 –
December 7
Monday – Friday*
September 24 –
December 7
October 25 & November 15
November 2 & 9
7:30 am – 5:30 pm
8:30 am – 4 pm
(closed for lunch 12:30 – 1 pm)
(last check-in is 30 minutes before lunch and close)
8:30 am to 4 pm
(closed for lunch 12 – 12:30 pm)
904 7th Ave
5th Floor
Seattle, WA 98104
9709 3rd Ave. NE
3rd Floor
Seattle, WA 98115
509 Olive Way
9th Floor
Seattle, WA 98101

*Flu Clinics will be closed November 22 and 23 for the Thanksgiving holiday.

We offer:

  • pediatric flu shots for children ages six months to 18 years
  • adult flu shots
  • high-dose flu shots for patients age 65 and older
  • pneumonia vaccines for patients age 65 and older, and patients 19-64 with qualifying conditions
  • preservative-free vaccine upon request

Flu Shots Only, No FluMist

Nurses will offer influenza and pneumococcal shots only. FluMist nasal spray will not be available at any Polyclinic locations. Although FluMist has been approved by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) for the upcoming flu season, Polyclinic’s Vaccine Committee is not confident in its effectiveness in protecting patients from the flu and has elected not to offer it this year.

Protecting Yourself from Flu

Influenza is a respiratory illness that may cause fever/chills, cough, sore throat, body aches, and fatigue. It can result in serious complications and hospital stays, especially for young children, older adults, pregnant women, and those with preexisting health conditions. Getting a flu shot is still the best way to protect yourself from the flu.


To learn more about the flu vaccine and this year’s recommendations, read our FAQs here.