LSU Health New Orleans’ COVID Vaccination Clinic taking Walk-ins Wednesday
New Orleans – LSU Health New Orleans’ COVID Vaccination Clinic on the first floor of 2020 Gravier Street is accepting walk-ins Wednesday, April 21, 2021, from 8:30 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. for the first dose of the Pfizer vaccine. Appointments will not be necessary. LSU Health New Orleans can vaccinate individuals 16 years of age and older.
For those who would prefer to make an appointment, appointments can be made online at this link: https://911.lsuhsc.edu/coronavirus/campus-vaccine-info.aspx.
The LSU Health New Orleans COVID Vaccination Clinic is a collaboration of the LSU Healthcare Network, the multispecialty practice of LSU Health New Orleans faculty, and the LSU Health New Orleans School of Nursing. Nursing students are gaining valuable clinical experience by giving the shots under faculty supervision. Students from LSU Health’s other five schools are also volunteering.
LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans educates Louisiana’s health care professionals. The state’s flagship health sciences university, LSU Health New Orleans includes a School of Medicine with branch campuses in Baton Rouge and Lafayette, the state’s only School of Dentistry, Louisiana’s only public School of Public Health, and Schools of Allied Health Professions, Nursing, and Graduate Studies. LSU Health New Orleans faculty take care of patients in public and private hospitals and clinics throughout the region. In the vanguard of biosciences research in a number of areas in a worldwide arena, the LSU Health New Orleans research enterprise generates jobs and enormous economic impact. LSU Health New Orleans faculty have made lifesaving discoveries and continue to work to prevent, advance treatment, or cure disease. To learn more, visit http://www.lsuhsc.edu, http://www.twitter.com/LSUHealthNO, or http://www.facebook.com/LSUHSC.
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