This is our Seasonal Flu information page.
It is recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) that everyone 6 months of age and older get a seasonal flu vaccination.
The Department has several types of vaccine this season. The injection (including thimerisol-free), intradermal, the nasal mist (for children) and Fluzone-High Dose for persons age 65 and older.
The following is the cost schedule for this year’s seasonal flu vaccination:
The State is providing the injection vaccine to adults at no out of pocket expense. We accept UnitedHealthCare, Blue Cross Blue Shield, or Medicare insurances for the Flu-zone High Dose vaccination. We accept UnitedHealthCare, Blue Cross Blue Shield,or Medicaid for the intradermal vaccination. Adults who have no insurance or some other type of health insurance will pay the entire vaccination fee at the time of the service.
All children 6 months to 18 years old, insured and non-insured, are also eligible to receive State supplied flu vaccine at no out of pocket expense to the parent.
The Department of Public Health will file claims for all other immunizations for clients who have other major insurance providers.
We accept cash, personal checks with a NC address, debit card, and VISA, Mastercard, and Discover credit cards. The Flu-Zone High Dose vaccination is $61.
To make an appointment in the 1100 E. Wendover Avenue, Greensboro office or the 501 E. Green Drive, High Point office, please call 641-3245. Spanish speakers who want to make an appointment in our High Point office may call 641-4591.
For more information about seasonal flu or the flu vaccine, contact us at 641-7777 or visit the CDC influenza website at www.flu.gov
Updated February 27, 2013