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Te fu afects millions of people each year and can lead to serious illness, or

even death. Te fu can be a contagious illness caused by infuenza viruses


that infect the lungs, throat and nose. According to the Centers for Disease
Control and Prevention (CDC), one of the best ways to prevent the fu is by
getting vaccinated each year.
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Where to get your u shot
Tere are several options for you to get this years fu vaccine. Be sure to use a
contracted network provider such as those listed in this fyer.
Visit your doctor or other network provider.
Visit one of the select retail pharmacies listed on the other side of this fyer.
Visit a network Convenience Care Clinic.
To locate a network provider, visit myuhc.com or call the member
phone number listed on your health plan ID card.
Protect yourself and those around
you get your seasonal u shot.
Show your health
plan ID card before
getting your u shot.
Most UnitedHealthcare
plans cover annual u
shots at 100% when
you use a contracted
network provider.
Ask your employer
or check your plan
documents for
your plans specic
coverage details.
See other side for a list of national contracted u shot providers.
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Sources: http://www.cdc.gov/u/
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Your specic health plan may not provide 100% coverage of u shots. If not, a routine ofce visit copay, coinsurance and/or deductible may apply. Visit myuhc.com for your specic
coverage. For information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) about the 2014-2015 inuenza season, including information about the seasons vaccines,
vaccination recommendations and disease activity, http://www.cdc.gov/u/about/season/index.htm. UnitedHealthcare is not afliated with this website.
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Retail pharmacies
Pharmacists associated with these retail pharmacies can
administer fu shots. No appointments are necessary.
CVS Pharmacy
Including CVS Pharmacy, Longs Drug and
CarePlus Pharmacy.
www.cvs.com/fu
Kmart Pharmacy
www.kmart.com/pharmacy
Meijer Pharmacy
www.meijer.com/pharmacy
Rite-Aid Pharmacy
www.riteaid.com/pharmacy/services/immunizations
Safeway Stores
Including Carrs, PakN Save, Pavilions, Randalls, Tom
Tumb and Vons stores.
www.safeway.com/ShopStores/Immunizations.page
ShopKo
Including ShopKo Express and ShopKo Hometown.
http://pharmacy.shopko.com/fushots.php
Target Pharmacy
www.target.com/pharmacy/fu-shots
Walgreens Pharmacy
Including Duane Reade, Jim Myers, Kerr Drug,
Mays Drug, Parkway Drug, Super D.
www.walgreens.com/fu
Convenience Care Clinics
Convenience Care Clinics are typically located in retail
stores and dont require appointments.
Te Little Clinic
www.thelittleclinic.com
MinuteClinic, CVS Pharmacy
www.minuteclinic.com/services/vaccination/
Take Care Clinic
SM
, Walgreens Pharmacy
www.takecarehealth.com/what-we-treat.aspx
Target Clinic
http://www.target.com/pharmacy/clinic-home
Show your health plan
ID card to conrm
clinic or pharmacy
participation.
Tere may be some instances where a particular location ofered by one of the above fu shot providers is not participating in
the national UnitedHealthcare network. Age restrictions or limitations may also apply. Check with your provider for specifc
age or fu shot requirements.