Flu vaccines will be available at McGill Dec. 6 from 10 AM to 6 PM for active duty and TRICARE beneficiaries enrolled at a military facility (not enrolled in US Family Health or Johns Hopkins).

Health Services

Influenza Vaccine

Flu vaccine clinics are scheduled to begin in October at the McGill Training Center. Vaccines for beneficiaries 6 months and older are subject to availability.
We are only providing the flu shot at this time. We are waiting for the shipment of the COVID vaccine.

Who is eligible for the flu vaccine?

The flu vaccine is available for active duty service members and DoD beneficiaries (TRICARE beneficiaries and retirees not prime to US Family Health Plan or Johns Hopkins). DoD Civilians can get a flu shot through retail pharmacies without cost or copay as a benefit of the Federal Employee Health Benefit program.

If you haven't received care at our facility since the MHS GENESIS implementation, we highly encourage you to complete and submit a full registration information form to minimize delays at our flu drive.

TRICARE-eligible beneficiaries and retirees can receive their vaccines on any of the dates that states “ADSMs and all eligible beneficiaries.”

Information for Active Duty

For more questions about the flu vaccine or medical readiness please email the Medical Readiness Clinic.

If you receive the flu shot outside of a military treatment facility, please stop by the Immunizations Clinic or provide your documentation to your Service's Medical Readiness Clinic to update your medical records.

Navy/Marines/Coast Guard
Air & Space Force   

Contact Us




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Third Thursday of the month:
Clinic closes at NOON for monthly clinic training.


1st Floor
Across from Family Medicine
Don't forget to keep your family's information up-to-date in DEERS.