As soon as vaccines become available, we will notify patients according to our wait list on a “first come, first serve” basis and schedule appointments. To be added to our Wait List, please call (225) 246-9240. Please note that we are following the State of Louisiana’s guidelines on distribution and when adding patients to our wait list.

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Dr. Mindy Calandro at Mayor-President Sharon Weston Broome’s Flu Press Conference

The CDC recommends a yearly flu vaccine for everyone over 6 months of age as the first and most important step in protecting against this serious disease. Baton Rouge Clinic…

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WBRZ: Flu Numbers Remain High Across the Board

BATON ROUGE – The CDC continues to report a high number of flu cases while the coronavirus is making headlines around the globe. Doctor Mindy Calandro at The Baton Rouge…

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(WAFB) Doctors encourage vaccinations

BATON ROUGE, LA (WAFB) – The runny noses, coughs, and sneezes are ramping up as the flu season takes hold in south Louisiana.   “The last couple of weeks we’ve…

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CDC: Weekly U.S. Influenza Surveillance

The most recent FluView report shows increasing flu activity in the United States. Further increases in activity are expected in the coming weeks. Flu activity most often peaks in February and can last into…

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The Advocate: Louisiana sees major uptick in flu cases; here’s how to prevent, treat illness, experts say

By Charles Lussier | clussier@theadvocate.com Jan 2, 2018 – 6:39 PM The flu hit Louisiana in a big way in December, and medical professionals are worried that the early weeks…

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WBRZ: Doctors Seeing Increase in Patients with the Flu

BATON ROUGE – Doctors are seeing an uptick in patients with the flu this time of year in Baton Rouge. Dr. Mindy Calandro, of the Baton Rouge Clinic, said that…

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WBRZ: Flu mist vaccination no longer available for flu season

BATON ROUGE – A popular flu mist vaccination is no longer available for patients this flu season. Research from the Center for Disease Control revealed that the nasal spray vaccine…

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