***The clinic that was originally scheduled for February 3rd has been rescheduled for February 10th. If you had previously registered for the 3rd you do not need to reregister, just attend the clinic at your originally scheduled time. Thank you.
We are able to accept the following insurances:
- ALL TRS Plans offered through Blue Cross Blue Shield- covered at 100%
- Blue Cross Blue Shield*
- Cigna *
- United Health Care
- Medicare Part B (Flu and COVID-19 vaccines only only-please provide a copy of any supplement plans also)
- Scott & White (Flu and COVID-19 vaccines only)
We do not accept HMO plans, with the exception of BCBS TRS Primary, Primary+.
*We are unable to accept Aetna & Blue Cross Gold, Silver & Bronze plans and Cigna Local Plus. Please see the consent forms for other known exceptions of plans that do not cover vaccines at 100%.
A paper copy of your current insurance card and driver’s license are required. Please bring your paper copies with you when you receive your vaccines. Electronic cards cannot be accepted.
After you register you will see a confirmation page containing a link to a consent form. You only need to print out one consent form for vaccines. B12 requires an additional form. Please bring these filled out along with your photo copies. This will ensure the shortest possible wait. Registration times are requests only and you should still expect a short wait during the clinic. Arriving at the clinic with your photocopies and your consent form already filled out will help keep the wait times to a minimum.
If you received routine vaccinations from our company in the past, other than flu, and need a copy of your records, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. In the email you will need to include your name and birth date. Please do this at least a week before your scheduled clinic to ensure we have ample time send you your records.
The new Shingles vaccine (Shingrix) will be available for employees age 50-64 only if using insurance. Please note that this vaccine is known to cause more frequent local reactions than other routine immunizations.
For individuals age 65 and over, only flu and COVID vaccines can be administered if using insurance. Age appropriate vaccines can be administered to those 65 and over that are paying out of pocket for the vaccine.
Depending on the carrier, insurance claims may be filed as Community Health and Immunization Services or Staying Healthy Medical Services.