2020 Flu Shots

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Drive-Thru Flu Shot Clinic

Penn Highlands is offering a drive-thru flu shot clinic in DuBois, PA! 

SEPTEMBER 26, 2020 

10:00 AM to 2:00 PM
Central Resource Center Parking Lot
(formerly the DuBois Central Catholic school building)
Penn Highlands DuBois
204 Hospital Avenue
DuBois, PA 

  • Covered under most insurances. Cash and check also accepted.
  • Available for patients ages 14+.
  • Bring a copy of insurance card.
  • All patients must wear a mask.
  • Self-pay price $40 Flu Shot - $80 High-Dose

You can download the flu shot consent form and bring it with you to the flu clinic!

Penn Highlands Now Offering Flu Shots

Flu shots are now available in your Penn Highlands primary care provider’s office, in our retail pharmacies, at all eight QCare locations and at the Penn Highlands Huntingdon Urgent Care Center.

We can bill your insurance. Please bring your insurance card.
Medicare patients: We can bill Medicare and all Medicare Advantage plans.

If you do not have insurance or if it is cheaper for you to pay out-of-pocket, the self-pay cost is $40 for most patients ($80 for high-dose for senior patients). Cash, check and card are accepted in cases when insurance does not provide coverage.

 

Find A Primary Care Provider If You Don't Have One


For Hours and Directions:

Find A QCare Location near You

PH Huntingdon Urgent Care Center

PH Community Pharmacy

McCabe Drug Store

Getting a Flu Shot Helps Protect You and Others

This year, flu shots will be more important than ever according to many health  care experts around the country, including Dr. Deepak Garg, Penn Highlands infectious disease specialist. This year, Dr. Garg strongly recommends that members of the public receive a flu shot, and receive it as early as possible. “We're already in a pandemic, and we don't want to have another epidemic,” Dr. Garg says. “The flu vaccine will help individuals do our part to control the spread and avoid creating a flu epidemic in our area.” Dr. Garg adds that any infection will weaken the immune system and make an individual “more prone to get more infection.”  

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