Flu Season Information for our Community
NewYork-Presbyterian/Queens is experiencing an increase in patients due to the serious flu (influenza) season affecting New York City, and the entire U.S.
Help Prevent Influenza – Get Vaccinated!
The best protection against the flu is vaccination. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the current seasonal flu vaccine is a good match to strains (types) of the flu virus now circulating. There is still time to get vaccinated! Contact your physician or visit a pharmacy that offers vaccine. If you need a doctor visit: www.nyp.org/queens and click on the “Find a Doctor” tab.
NYP/Queens Flu Information
We will provide updates on how to prepare for and manage this flu season on this page.
If you feel sick or think you have the flu
Visitors can be exposed to illnesses, or can bring illness into contact with patients. At this time, in the best interests of our patients, we ask visitors not to come into the hospital. Sibling visitation in the maternity and pediatric units is suspended until further notice. To protect our patients, employees, medical staff and the community, we are closely monitoring our visitor policy and on short notice may need to further restrict visitation policies.