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“By the way, am I up to date on my vaccines?”

You have a doubt ? You can take stock with your doctor, otherwise: with or without an appointment, near your home, a health professional assesses your vaccination status and vaccinates you free of charge.

Call 02 31 06 47 18 (cost of a local call).

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    Am I up to date on my vaccines?

    You are not sure if you are up to date with your vaccines, it's simple: call 02 31 06 47 18 (cost of a local call) for a consultation with or without an appointment at your local office. Remember to bring:

    • your vaccination (if available) or health record,
    • your vital card or your social security number,
    • An identity card.

    A health professional assesses your vaccination status and vaccinates you free of charge.

    In concrete terms, how can I access this service?

    A question, a check, need a reminder or a vaccine, nothing could be simpler: go to one of the branches (see below) according to the opening hours without an appointment.

    To make an appointment
    • For the Caen CHU, Flers, Argentan, Granville and Cherbourg sites:
      contact 02 31 06 47 18
    • For the sites of Alençon, L'Aigle, Caen CPMI, Bayeux, Lisieux, Saint-Lô:
      contact 02 31 46 80 60

    Visit the doctolib.fr site by typing: “Orne, Manche and Calvados vaccination center” to make an appointment at the vaccination center closest to you.

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    Vaccination Center

    Am I up to date on my vaccines?
    • Vaccination stations

      Calvados

      CHU Caen Normandie
      Avenue de la Côte de Nacre, Caen
      Côte de Nacre entrance, corridor D, office D15
      Vaccination hours : Wednesdays from 9 a.m. to 12.30 p.m. and from 2.30 p.m. to 5 p.m.

      Fondation Hospitalière de la Miséricorde
      CPMI 49 rue Gémare, Caen
      Vaccination hours: Wednesdays from 9 a.m. to 4.30 p.m.

      CCAS du Bessin
      1 rue de Verdun, Bayeux
      Vaccination schedule: once a month

      CeGiDD premises
      127B rue Roger Aini, Lisieux
      Vaccination schedule: once a month

      Sleeve

      CH Avranche – Granville
      Rue Mennerie, Granville
      Outpatient consultations
      Vaccination times: every other Friday from 1 p.m. to 4.30 p.m.

      Cotentin public hospital
      46 rue Val de Saire, Cherbourg
      Outpatient consultations, ground floor
      Vaccination hours: Wednesdays from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.

      Inter-Regional Health Institute (IRSA)
      70 rue du Buot, Saint-Lô
      Vaccination times: Wednesdays from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.

      adorns

      Argentan Hospital Center
      47 rue Aristide Briand, Argentan
      Outpatient consultation, ground floor
      Vaccination hours: Thursday 5 p.m. – 6 p.m.

      Center Hospitalier J. Monod
      Rue Eugène Garnier, Flers
      Vaccination schedule: once a month

      Municipal Health Center
      22 rue de Vicques, Alençon
      Vaccination schedule: once a month

      Center Hospitalier de l'Aigle
      10 rue doctor Frinault, L'Aigle
      Outpatient consultation, ground floor
      Vaccination schedule: once a month

    • Why get vaccinated?

      Vaccination is like medicine

      Like all medicines, vaccines can cause side effects.

      The most common are mild fever and pain or redness at the injection site. Serious side effects like a severe allergic reaction are very rare and are monitored and researched when they occur.

      The risk of developing a serious disease, by not getting vaccinated, is much greater than that of seeing an adverse effect linked to vaccination appear.

      Several hundred million people are vaccinated each year in France and around the world.