SHAC will offer flu shots for UNM students (18 or older) on a walk-in basis at the Immunization Clinic, Monday through Thursday, 8:00 AM - 5:30 PM; and Friday, 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM.
SHAC's "Take One for Raymond" flu shots are dedicated to the memory of UNM student Raymond Plotkin, who passed away from the H1N1 virus in 2009. Raymond’s parents established the “Take One for Raymond” Initiative and Scholarship Program to encourage everyone to get their seasonal flu shots. For information about flu shots, call the SHAC Immunization Clinic at 277-7925. See also SHAC Promo Flyer.
UNM LoboCare Clinic: UNM Employees with UNM health insurance plans may call LoboCare at 272-3935 (option #1) to schedule an appointment for a nurse visit to get a flu shot. LoboCare is located at 1101-4 Medical Arts, Bldg #4, Suite A.
UNM Employee Occupational Health, Family Practice Center, 2400 Tucker NE. UNM Employees may call (505) 272-8043 to schedule an appointment.
New Mexico Department of Health: For information about flu vaccination clinics throughout New Mexico, you can call the Immunization Hotline toll free at 1-866-681-5872.
Influenza Prevention Efforts at UNM (eff. Jan. 22, 2014)
"Take One for Raymond" Flu Shot & Scholarship Initiative
UNM SHAC dedicates their annual flu shot clinics in memory of UNM student Raymond Plotkin, who passed away from the H1N1 virus in 2009.
Raymond’s parents established the “Take One for Raymond” Initiative and Scholarship program to encourage everyone to get their seasonal flu shots.
2015-2016 Raymond E. Plotkin Scholarship Recipient
The 6th recipient of the Raymond E. Plotkin Scholarship in the UNM School of Engineering is Tatum Tracy.
She is currently a freshman student in Engineering and a graduate from Valley High School in Sanders, Arizona. Tatum is a General Engineering student, currently taking courses towards a Mechanical Engineering degree and her focus is Aerospace Engineering. She dreams of someday to be able to work with airplanes and their structure. She shares a passion for becoming an engineer similar to her role model, Mary Golda Ross, the first Native American engineer. Tatum is a Native American student and is very proud of being full-blooded Navajo. She wants to give back to her Native American community and become a role model to other Navajo girls. Tatum came to UNM attracted by its research and the fact that she has family attending UNM that offer her a great support system.