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    October 1, 2020
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No need to get out of the car or go out of way- just drive through for your flu shot! your This year, it's more important than ever to get a flu shot. The COVID-19 pandemic has been pushing our country's healthcare system to its limits since March, and shows no real signs of stopping. Add the effects of a typical flu season and you get some pretty scary numbers that could overwhelm hospitals and healthcare systems across the country. Adults under 65 will receive a $30 quadrivalent vaccine and those 65 and over can get a $65 high-dose vaccine. Pay by cash, check, or credit card and you can use your receipt for reimbursement from your insurance carrier. If you are covered by Medicare Part B or a Medicare HMO accepted by FHN, there will be no out-of- pocket charge (please present Medicare card"). Of course, you can still get a flu shot from your provider (cost may vary from drive-thru prices). If your last flu shot was before June 1 2020, you need a new one for the coming flu season. DRIVE-THROUGH FLU SHOT CLINICS OCTOBER 3 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. Terrapin Park, 350 West St., Elizabeth Kids 18 and under cannot be vaccinated at the drive-through clinics. FHN provider offices will have appropriate dosages for children. OCTOBER 10 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. Eastland High School, 500 S. School Dr, Lanark OCTOBER 14 3 - 6 p.m. FHN Family Healthcare Center - Burchard Hills All persons in vehicles attending a clinic must arrive wearing a face covering; those receiving a shot will be given a 2-ply reusable fabric FHN mask after their shot for future use. * Persons covered by a Medicare HMO accepted by FHN MUST present the Medicare HMO card instead of the Medicare card for billing. No other insurance coveroge can be accepted at the drive-through clinics. We're here, for you. FHN OCTOBER 17 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. Eastland High School, 500 S. School Dr, Lanark FHN will not hold walk-in flu shot dinics this year due to precautions to prevent the spread of COVID-19. FLU SHOTS No need to get out of the car or go out of way- just drive through for your flu shot! your This year, it's more important than ever to get a flu shot. The COVID-19 pandemic has been pushing our country's healthcare system to its limits since March, and shows no real signs of stopping. Add the effects of a typical flu season and you get some pretty scary numbers that could overwhelm hospitals and healthcare systems across the country. Adults under 65 will receive a $30 quadrivalent vaccine and those 65 and over can get a $65 high-dose vaccine. Pay by cash, check, or credit card and you can use your receipt for reimbursement from your insurance carrier. If you are covered by Medicare Part B or a Medicare HMO accepted by FHN, there will be no out-of- pocket charge (please present Medicare card"). Of course, you can still get a flu shot from your provider (cost may vary from drive-thru prices). If your last flu shot was before June 1 2020, you need a new one for the coming flu season. DRIVE-THROUGH FLU SHOT CLINICS OCTOBER 3 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. Terrapin Park, 350 West St., Elizabeth Kids 18 and under cannot be vaccinated at the drive-through clinics. FHN provider offices will have appropriate dosages for children. OCTOBER 10 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. Eastland High School, 500 S. School Dr, Lanark OCTOBER 14 3 - 6 p.m. FHN Family Healthcare Center - Burchard Hills All persons in vehicles attending a clinic must arrive wearing a face covering; those receiving a shot will be given a 2-ply reusable fabric FHN mask after their shot for future use. * Persons covered by a Medicare HMO accepted by FHN MUST present the Medicare HMO card instead of the Medicare card for billing. No other insurance coveroge can be accepted at the drive-through clinics. We're here, for you. FHN OCTOBER 17 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. Eastland High School, 500 S. School Dr, Lanark FHN will not hold walk-in flu shot dinics this year due to precautions to prevent the spread of COVID-19. FLU SHOTS