Health Care: OC Offers Free Flu Shots & Health Screenings at Community Drive-Thru Health Fair

OC Health Fair Flyer 10-11-20

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Health Care: Orange County Offers Free Flu Shots and Health Screenings at Community Drive-Thru Health Fair

Sunday, October 11 at 9:00 AM at Concorde Career College


Orange County is providing patients access to vital medical care and health screening services at Orange County’s first drive-thru free Health Fair, sponsored by Supervisor Andrew Do.

On Sunday, October 11, Supervisor Andrew Do is partnering with the Vietnamese American Physician Association of Southern California (VPASC) nonprofit to host the free health fair at Concorde Career College.


(Drive-Thru) Free Health Fair

• Date: Sunday, October 11

• Time: 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

• Location: Concorde Career College

• Address: 12951 Euclid St. #101, Garden Grove, CA 92840

• Entrance: Through Garden Grove Boulevard


“In light of the current pandemic, it is especially important that we prioritize our health,” said Supervisor Andrew Do. “I am honored to partner with the Vietnamese American Physician Association of Southern California and Concorde Career College to provide free health care resources for Orange County residents.”


The Health Fair services include:

• Flu Shots (limited to 800 doses)

• Cholesterol / Glucose / Hemoglobin Testing

• Colon Cancer Screening Consultation with Home Test-Kit

• Consultation with a Doctor


Patients seeking assistance for a colon cancer screening are asked to pre-register by calling 714-751-5805 (ext. 1005) or online at

The entrance to the Health Fair will be from Garden Grove Boulevard. Once a patient is checked-in, they will be guided to the appropriate lane. Patients are asked to wear a face mask and remain in their cars at all times.

For more information, you can contact the First District office at 714-834-3110.


OC Health Fair Map 10-11-20





Orange County Vice Chairman Andrew Do represents the First District communities of Santa Ana, Garden Grove, Westminster, Fountain Valley, and Midway City. One of the first officials in the state to propose a face covering mandate, Supervisor Andrew Do is advocating for science-based COVID-19 policies. In addition to health and safety-based COVID-19 response planning, Vice Chairman Do has reformed Orange County’s mental health services, expanded access to health care, and led efforts to combat homelessness.