Group and Workplace Immunizations

What’s good for one is good for all. Keep office health high by scheduling group immunizations for your organization.

Reeves-Sain Offers On-Site Vaccinations to Area Businesses with 15 (or more) employees

Schedule your company’s flu shots today, and Reeves-Sain will be there this fall to keep your organization healthy throughout the year.

There are a number of places that can provide group flu shots, but there some important reasons why you should rely on Reeves-Sain.

Experience – Our knowledge of the immunization spectrum and our 43 years of experience in fighting everything the flu offers makes us the choice for flu shots throughout Middle Tennessee.
Ease – We bill insurance directly for each of your employees, simplifying the process and work for you.

Community Support – For every flu shot administered, we will make a contribution to a local organization. It’s another way to make our community stronger.

Convenience – If you have 15 or more employees, we’ll come to you and administer the shots your staff needs to fight the flu this year, including mist inhaler treatments, if needed.

Reeves-Sain will also help you promote wellness in the workplace by providing materials to display in your business.

Discover today why Reeves-Sain is Middle Tennessee’s immunization headquarters!

To schedule your company flu shot time, simply complete this form and we’ll reach back out to you for some additional details. You can also contact us at 615-278-3123 to register for a visit from our Mobile Flu Clinic.

Individual flu vaccines are also available at Reeves-Sain from 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. Walk-ins are welcome or you can make an appointment by calling 615-278-3123.

According to the Centers for Disease Control, most experts believe flu viruses spread by droplets made when people with the flu cough, sneeze or talk. Less often, a person might also get the flu by touching a surface or object that has the flu virus on it and then touching their own mouth, eyes or possibly their nose. See what the CDC suggests for creating a healthy environment for your organization.

In one study testing how fast germs spread in the office, a surrogate virus was given to 10 employees in an office of 80 total employees. Within four hours, more than 50% of surfaces and employees were contaminated with the virus. The surrogate virus they used had similar spread tendencies as the flu virus. This is just one study on how fast these viruses spread in a work environment, so be sure to schedule your workplace immunizations today!