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Flu Shots are Now Available for All Ages
The cost is $25.00. See below for more information on schedules, costs and insurance information.
During October, the following walk –in flu clinics (no appointment necessary) for Adults only, will be held at the Utica and Rome Health Department sites:
Utica - 406 Elizabeth Street: Every Friday from 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Rome - 300 W. Dominick Street: Every Tuesday from 11:00 am – 12:00 noon
Flu shots for all ages are available during our walk-in immunization clinics (see schedule below). To avoid waiting, you can schedule an appointment for the flu shot during certain clinics hours.
Regular Immunization Clinics:
Utica: 406 Elizabeth Street
Monday 1:00 - 3:30 pm
Thursday 1:00 - 3:30 pm
Rome: 300 W. Dominick Street
Tuesday 1:00 - 3:00 pm
Payment and Insurance Information:
There are four ways to pay:
Medicare Part B - If you are covered, Medicare Part B (non-HMO) will be billed for this shot. Many of the Medicare Managed Care plans cover influenza vaccine only if the vaccine was provided in health care providers' offices. If payment is denied by Medicare you will be responsible for payment of this service.
Medicare Part D - If you are insured by Medicare Managed Care plans, you must be sure to bring your Medicare Part D card with you. If payment is denied you will be responsible for payment of this service. Please be aware, some insurance companies may not cover your shot in a public clinic. Please check with your insurance company.
- Medicaid - You must bring your card with you
- Cash or personal checks
- Some private insurances are accepted.
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