Flu Vaccinations


In a survey conducted by Wakefield Research in late 2019, millennials were nearly 2x as likely to say they forgot to get the vaccination compared with older generations.*

That’s why it’s more important than ever to get a flu shot this season.
Vaccination Options

Vaccination Options

Touchless In Store Appointments
Touchless In-Store Appointments
Visit any of our 2,200 pharmacies and 220 clinic locations nationwide to receive your annual flu shot.
Flu Shot Centers
Flu Shot Centers
Our drive-thru Flu Shot Centers enable you to receive a flu shot from the safety of your own vehicle.
On-Site Vaccination
On-Site Vaccination
Our pharmacists and nurse practitioners visit your company or organization to administer vaccinations for all who opt in.

From Our Experts


COVID Testing


According to a recent study -

About 500,000 Americans are hospitalized due to flu-related symptoms every year. Since March, more than 345,000 have already been hospitalized as a result of COVID-19.*

That’s why it’s more important than ever to get a flu shot this season.

Kroger Health National Health and Wellness Director, Meggen Brown, Shares Our Testing Plans

Our Kroger Health team has enabled Americans of all ages, races, and backgrounds to have access to COVID-19 testing.

Our Kroger Health team has enabled Americans of all ages, races, and backgrounds to have access to COVID-19 testing. Kroger Health
Over 150,000 Tests Administered

Over 150,000
Tests Administered

With Over 75,000 People Tested Across 19 States

With Over 75,000 People
Tested Across 19 States

By Over 1,000 Volunteers

By Over 1,000
Volunteers

Kroger Health
  • I am out here because I just want to do my small part to help. A lot of people are hurting right now and I’m proud of our team at Kroger for working to provide some healing.
    Amber Torres
    Pharmacy Technician
  • I am proud to be the first Kroger Health pharmacist in the nation to oversee and observe our self-testing. We are helping our community by being here today and every day.
    Dency Thomas
    Pharmacy Manager
  • It’s a privilege to be out here today to give back to others, to make an impact in their lives, and bring testing accessibility to our families and neighbors.
    Bradley Booth
    Nurse Practitioner

Opioid Abuse Awareness & Prevention


The Basics
The Basics
Learn about opioids, prescription use, side effects and risks.
Recognize
Recognize
How to recognize opioid misuse and the signs of an opioid use disorder.
Proper Use
Proper Use
Responsibly using prescription opioids includes storing and disposing safely.
Refusal
Refusal
Learn how to react if you are asked to share prescription medication.
Alternatives
Alternatives
For chronic pain, there may be options other than opioids to provide relief.
Support
Support
Practice compassionate communication and discover resources and treatment options.

“Providing this new prescription drug safety course for our associates and customers will help them better understand their prescription medication and techniques to properly dispose of that medication.”

Colleen Lindholz
Colleen Lindholz
President, Kroger Health