We’re answering your questions about the flu today from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.
Dr. Bree Willis with Parker Primary Care, part of the Centura Health Physician Group, is here from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. to answer your questions about influenza and the flu vaccine.
Flu season has arrived and is on track to peak early this year based on recent information and figures released this week by the CDC. Influenza is easy to prevent and starts with a flu vaccine, and yet, many questions remain: Is it too late to get vaccinated? What if the shot makes me sick? If I’ve already been vaccinated, why do I need a shot this year?
Dr. Willis will be available to answer your questions on symptoms, guidelines and provide other facts and resources to learn more about influenza.To find a flu clinic near you, visit http://immunizecolorado.com/vf/search.
About Dr. Bree Willis
Dr. Willis is originally from Greeley, Colorado. She completed her undergraduate degree in Psychology at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas. She attended medical school at The University of Colorado and completed her residency at The University of Utah in Salt Lake City.
She and her husband recently moved to Parker, Colorado with their two children. He also practices medicine as an Ear, Nose, and Throat Physician. They enjoy spending time together as a family, traveling, watching sports and movies, cooking and eating, and doing anything outdoors.
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