Where’s a guy gotta go to get a HepA Shot?

marykbaird_P1020418.jpgKen Levine had an interesting post yesterday.

After attending the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue party … you know the one that was catered by Wolfgang Puck, Levine thought it was best to get a Hepatitis A shot (not his first, apparently).

And of course the word comes to him that he’d been exposed at the very end of the 14 day period when the shot may actually prevent infection. So where in Los Angeles do you actually go to get the shot within the next 24 hours? Apparently it’s not carried at every doctor’s office or hospital like you might think.

Read full post at KenLevine.Blogspot.com.

Photo courtesy of marykbaird at morguefile. Previous coverage on Blogging.la of Puck/HepatitisA.

2 thoughts on “Where’s a guy gotta go to get a HepA Shot?”

  1. Hep Team LA sometimes offers free vaccinations (which, by the way, is a multi-shot, multi-step process. They offer a list of private providers who “stock hepatitis vaccines and will be accepting new patients for hepatitis vaccination as part of the Hep Team LA program.” I’d call ahead to find out the details, but dropping the Hep Team LA name may mean “free”. At the very least, the following people should have some answers:

    Pacific Oaks Medical Group
    150 N. Robertson #300
    Beverly Hills 90211

    Vista Medical Group
    465 N. Roxbury Dr. #903
    Beverly Hills, CA 90210

    Tower Infectious Disease
    8631 W. Third St. #1015E
    Los Angeles, CA 90048

    Sandeep Kapoor MD
    12311 Ventura Blvd.
    Studio City, CA 91604
    818-762-1167 Joey A. Brett, MD
    13320 Riverside Drive, Suite 104
    Sherman Oaks, CA   91423
    818.789.0034 Dr. Beverly C. Davis
    1045 Atlantic Avenue, Suite 812
    Long Beach, CA 90813
    Phone #: (562) 437-0506 Dr. Brent Michael
    2001 Santa Monica Blvd.
    Suite 1260-W
    Santa Monica, CA 90404
    (310) 829-7777-phone

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