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Monroe County Health Department Influenza Vaccination Clinics

Flu Clinic Contact Information
Event Updates: Flu Hotline (734) 240-7878
Questions: MCHD Clinic (734) 240-7830

**Please note that services offered at flu clinic events are based on vaccine availability**

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General MCHD Influenza Vaccination Information

WHO NEEDS A FLU SHOT?

  • An annual influenza vaccination is recommended for all persons 6 months of age and older. 

Additional information:

Charge for flu shots is $35.00 (covered by Medicare Part B), High Dose flu shots (age 65+) $55.00, Pneumonia vaccines will be available at all clinics, charge for Pneumonia $135.00 or $220.00 (depending on what shot is needed Pneumonia also covered by Medicare Part B).

  • Vaccine shots by appointment only
  • Cash, check 
  • Mastercard, Visa Credit Card accepted (for in office flu appointments only)
  • Both a flu and pneumonia shot may be given at one visit.
  • Additional information available on the Monroe County Health Department FLU HOTLINE 734-240-7878 or toll free at 888-354-5500, ext 7878.
  • Any questions about flu or pneumonia shots can be answered by calling the Monroe County Health Department at 734-240-7830 or toll free at  888-354-5500 ext. 7830. 

Who Can Get a Flu Shot Through the Vaccines for Children’s Program?

  • In addition to the flu clinics, the flu vaccination will be available mid-October for children 6 months through 18 years of age who qualify for the Vaccines for Children’s Program during regular Immunization Clinic hours

Qualifying children MUST meet one of the following criteria: 

  • Medicaid
  • No health insurance
  • Health insurance that does not include immunizations 
  • Alaskan or Native Indian. 

The charge for a flu shot through the Vaccines for Children’s Program is $20.00 for administration fee. 

  • All children 8 years of age and under who have never had a flu shot need to receive a second dose of flu vaccine one month after the first.
Resources:
American Academy of Pediatrics
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) 
National Institutes of Health (NIH)