Scottsdale, AZ (PRWEB) September 07, 2011
Mollen Immunization Clinics today announced that it will provide free flu shots to participants at the Care Continuum Alliance annual meeting, The Forum 11, September 7th and 8th at the Hilton San Francisco Union Square. In addition to providing free flu shots to participants, Mollen will exhibit at the conference and is a Sponsor of the event.
Chris Behling, president of Mollen Immunization Clinics and Continuum Alliance Board Member commented, "Health, wellness and prevention are at the center of the missions of both Mollen and the Care Continuum Alliance. We are proud to support the CCA while helping to keep conference participants healthy and productive this flu season.”
“At The Forum 11, we focus on strategies to improve health status and flu shots are an important part of that effort,” said Care Continuum Alliance President and CEO Tracey Moorhead. “We appreciate Mollen’s support of our annual meeting and their commitment to promoting good health through free flu shots at The Forum 11.”
About Mollen Immunization Clinics
Mollen Immunization Clinics is one of the largest and most trusted providers of child and adult immunizations and health screening services in the United States. In 2011, Mollen and its nationwide network of 40,000 nurses will operate over 150,000 immunization clinics and health and wellness events at drugstores, supermarkets, shopping centers, corporations, schools, governments (city, county, state & federal) and a variety of community locations in all 50 states. Mollen strives to be the most convenient and cost-effective provider of healthcare, delivering services where people live, work, play, shop, learn and worship. Over the last 22 years, Mollen has earned the trust and confidence of millions of patients and thousands of companies and institutions. Learn more at http://www.FluShotsUSA.com.
About the Care Continuum Alliance
The Care Continuum Alliance represents more than 200 organizations and individuals and aligns all stakeholders along the continuum of care toward improving the health of populations. Through advocacy, research and education, The Care Continuum Alliance advances population-based strategies to improve care quality and value and to reduce preventable costs and improve quality of life for individuals with and at risk of chronic conditions. Learn more at http://www.carecontinuum.org.