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Patch Guide: Area Flu Shot Locations

Its that time again!! Flu season is approaching and we have the information to help make the process as painless as possible.

City of Racine Health Department

730 Washington Avenue
Racine, WI
City Hall Room 4
(262) 636-9203
publichealth@cityofracine.org

First and Third Tuesdays 4:00pm – 5:45pm
Second and Fourth Wednesdays 1:15pm – 4:00pm

Racine Residents under 18 years - $10  Non-Residents - $15

All Adults - $30

Vaccines for children (ages 1-18) available now. Adult vaccines should be available after October 11, 2011.

Cash, credit and Medical Assistance/Forward Health Cards are accepted. A parent or guardian must accompany children under 18.

 

Central Racine County Health Department

10005 Northwestern Avenue
Franksville, WI
US Bank Building - 2nd Floor
(262) 898-4460

1st Thursday 4:00pm – 5:00pm

2nd Monday 4:00pm – 5:30pm

3rd Thursday 10:00am – 11:00am

4th Thursday 4:00pm – 5:30pm

Children - 1 Vaccine - $10; 2 Vaccines - $15; 3 or More Vaccines - $20

Adults - $25

Will not bill private insurance

 

Wheaton Franciscan/All Saints

Flu Clinics (for ADULTS only):

3821 Spring Street (St. Lukes Health Pavilion/Women’s Health 1st Floor) – October 15, 22 and 29

6232 Bankers Road Racine, WI – October 15

2408 4 Mile Road – October 22                                       

$40-85 (Medicare accepted)

Will bill private insurance for current patients

Children and adults, who are current patients, can be vaccinated after October 1st by calling their physician’s office to schedule a nurse visit appointment.

 

Aurora

They will have information after October 6, 2011

 

Walgreens

Walk-ins and appointments accepted for anyone over 7 years of age

$31.99

Will check coverage and will bill private insurance

Vaccines given during pharmacy hours. Please check with your particular location for schedule.

 

CVS

Walk-ins and appointments accepted for anyone over 14 years of age

$29.99

Will check coverage and will bill private insurance

Vaccines given during pharmacy hours. Please check with your particular location for schedule.

 

Lakeview Pharmacy

Vaccines available after October 1st for ages 6 and older

Walk-in  9am-4pm Monday –Friday

$30

Will not bill private insurance – but will provide receipt for submission

 

Walmart

$28.00

Will bill private insurance

Call for schedule

 

Shopko

Mondays  9:30am – 5:30pm

Tuesdays  11am – 9pm

Wednesdays  8am – 9pm

Thursdays  8am – 5pm

Fridays  11am – 5pm

Call ahead on the weekends

$29.99

Will bill private insurance

 

 

**Flu vaccines are free for Medicare patients at all locations

JW October 02, 2012 at 08:26 PM
So... I see Wheaton talks about the kid having to be 10 or over... others say 7 or over... but the county and city seem to not indicate an issue with age. I'd hate to take off work and all to later find out that my daughter is too young... so, does anyone know if there is an issue with a 2 year old getting the shot? I have heard it is recommended for her age being that she is in day care and all.

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