Stay healthy and protected from the flu!

Say goodbye to waiting rooms and hello to the essential vaccinations in the comfort of your home.

Flu Vaccination

• Flu vaccination should be administered early and is safe for all age groups from 6 months onwards.
• It’s recommended to be given after September and reduces the risk of flu, seasonal illnesses, and severe complications.
• Particularly important for immunocompromised patients, including those with pneumonia, cardiac disorders, obesity, cancer, and during pregnancy.

Pneumococcal Vaccines

• Pneumococcal vaccines safeguard against pneumonia, meningitis, and bloodstream infections.
• Crucial for older adults and individuals with specific health conditions such as cancer and compromised immune systems.
• Essential for protecting older adults and those with compromised immune systems against pneumococcal-related illnesses.


• HPV immunization protects against HPV-related cancers, lowering the risks of cervical and other cancers in adolescents.
• Available for individuals up to the age of 26, it is recommended for all college students.
• Helps protect against various sexual disorders as well.

RZV Vaccine

• RZV Vaccine, a recombinant zoster vaccine, safeguards against herpes zoster (shingles), a painful infection common in individuals over 50.
• Over 90% of individuals in this age group experience this infection, which can recur when immunity weakens.
• It minimizes the impact of shingles, a severely painful viral infection that significantly affects one’s quality of life.
• Administered in two doses throughout a lifetime, it’s crucial as one-third of people over 50 are at risk of developing this painful infection.

Schedule your adult vaccination in the comfort of your home, under complete medical supervision.