Flu vaccinations are now available for students, faculty, staff and UNO retirees at Nebraska Medicine – UNO Health Center.
How Much Does It Cost?
Cost is $35 for all patients and can be submitted to insurance or paid with cash, check or credit card.
For faculty and staff whose department has paid for their flu shots, there will be no cost to you. For departments interested in paying for flu shots for their employees, contact Julie Kalasek at firstname.lastname@example.org
How Do I Get the Flu Shot?
Appointments are strongly recommended for flu shots. Call 402.554.2374 to schedule.
What Do I Need?
Students must bring a photo ID and a completed 2018-19 Influenza Vaccination Form, available at wellness.unomaha.edu/healthcenter, to their flu shot appointment. For students 18 and younger, state law requires parent permission be given before a flu shot can be administered; because of this, health center staff may need to call a parent or guardian at the time of the appointment.
Faculty and Staff must bring a photo ID and a completed 2018-19 Influenza Vaccination Form, available at wellness.unomaha.edu/healthcenter, to their flu shot appointment.
Health Center Updates
The health center is transitioning to a new electronic medical record so it can better serve the UNO campus community. This may cause minor delays as staff updates patient information in the new system during check in for flu shots. The health center apologizes for any inconvenience and appreciates everyone’s patience and understanding during the transition.
Can I Get the Flu Shot Off Campus?
Flu vaccinations are also offered at Nebraska Medicine Immediate Care Clinic (ICC) locations in the Omaha area for $35. Vaccinations are available Saturdays and Sundays from 10 A.M. to 8 P.M. and weekdays 8 A.M. to 10 P.M. at Chalco, Bellevue, Eagle Run and Midtown locations. At Plattsmouth, they are available during daytime clinic hours (8:30 A.M. to 5 P.M.). These ICC locations will have vaccinations on hand, including high doses for individuals 64 and older. Addresses are listed below:
- Nebraska Medicine – Chalco, 8343 S. 168th Ave.
- Primary Care at Bellevue - 2510 Bellevue Medical Center Drive, suite 200
- Nebraska Medicine – Eagle Run, 3685 N. 129th St.
- Nebraska Medicine – Midtown, 139 S. 40th St.
- Nebraska Medicine – Plattsmouth, 1938 E. Hwy 34, Plattsmouth, NE (daytime hours 8:30 to 5 p.m.)
Visit wellness.unomaha.edu/healthcenter for more information about this year’s flu shots.
Flu Shot Forms:
Flu Shot FAQ available on the Nebraska Medicine-UNO Health Center Services page.
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