Vaxon for businesses is committed to offering your business the best experience for you as an employer and to your employees at NO extra cost to you or your employees. Our goal is to minimize/eliminate flu among your employees and reduce lost time at work due to flu.


We offer a wide variety of Vaccinations on site including Flu, Pneumonia, Tetanus & whooping cough, Hepatitis A and B, Shingles, and many other vaccines including some travel vaccines.

Our Immunization Clinics are handled by Immunizing Pharmacists, which means that you are able to get all the answers you need from the experts, and we also offer free onsite medication counselling with your immunization administration.


Here's why an on-site flu clinic is great for business.

$16.3 billion
in lost earnings to U.S. businesses due to flu*
17 million
U.S. workdays lost annually to flu*
Up to 45% fewer
lost work days for vaccinated employees
40 to 60% reduction
in the risk of flu illness among the overall population with the flu vaccine.*

Here’s how it works:

1 - Contact us for any inquiries, or use our scheduling tool to reserve a preliminary appointment (our team will contact you and confirm the appointment).
2 - Download the Vaccine Consent form online or in the confirmation email.
3 - Ask each employee to fill the form and have it ready at the time of the clinic along with a copy of their Insurance Card.
4 - Our experienced immunizing pharmacist will show up at the scheduled appointment and vaccinates all participating employees.
5 - VaxOn donates 5 meals to Feeding America for every shot given.

* SOURCE FOR $16.3 BILLION IN LOST EARNINGS: Molinari, N., Ortega-Sanchez, I., Messonnier, M., Thompson, W., Wortley, P., Weintraub, E. and Bridges, C. (2007). “The annual impact of seasonal influenza in the US: Measuring disease burden and costs,” Vaccine, 25(27): 5086-5096.
* SOURCE FOR 17 MILLION LOST WORKDAYS: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, “Influenza (Flu) in the Workplace,” (Accessed 30 Jul. 2019).
* SOURCE FOR 45% FEWER WORK DAYS: Fiore, A. E., Shay, D. K., Broder, K., Iskander, J. K., Uyeki, T. M., Mootrey, G., … & Cox, N. J. (2009). “Prevention and control of seasonal influenza with vaccines: recommendations of the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP), 2009,” Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report: Recommendations and Reports, 58(8): 1-52.
* SOURCE FOR 40% TO 60% REDUCTION: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, “Vaccine Effectiveness: How Well Do the Flu Vaccines Work?” (Accessed 30 Jul. 2019).