GRAND PRAIRIE ISD EMPLOYEES
Passport Health/Staying Healthy Medical Services will be providing an on-site vaccination clinic for Grand Prairie ISD Employees.
February 25, 2021 (4:00-6:00pm)
Dr. Susan J. Simpson Education Center, conference Room 8 (employees will need to enter through door #5)
If you received your first dose of Hepatitis B, Gardasil and/or Shingles vaccines during the fall flu clinics, it is time for your second dose at this clinic. Please note that no vaccines can be given 14 days before or after receiving either COVID-19 vaccine. (COVID-19 vaccine is not available at this clinic.)
We are able to accept the following PPO insurances:
- Grand Prairie ISD Blue Cross Blue Shield Plans- covered at 100%
- Blue Cross Blue Shield*
- United Health Care
- Medicare Part B (Flu shots only-please provide a copy of any supplement plans also)
We are unable to accept HMO plans other than GPISD & TRS BCBS plans.
*Most plans cover immunizations at 100%. Please see the consent form for known exceptions. We are unable to accept Aetna and Blue Cross Gold, Bronze & Silver Plans and Cigna Local Plus.
A paper copy of your current insurance card and driver’s license are required. Please bring your paper copies with you when you receive your vaccines. Electronic cards cannot be accepted.
We will have the following vaccines available:
With insurance Without an accepted insurance Quadrivalent Flu Shot No charge $20.00 Hepatitis A No charge $90.00 Hepatitis B No charge $80.00 HPV (Gardasil) up to age 45 No charge $240.00 Meningitis No charge $130.00 MMR No charge $100.00 Pneumonia (Pneumovax23) ages 50-64 if using insurance No charge $120.00 Pneumonia (Prevnar 13 )ages 50-64 if using insurance No charge $210.00 Tetanus Diphtheria with Pertussis No charge $70.00 Shingles (Shingrix) ages 50-64 if using insurance No charge $190.00 B12 Shot $20.00 $20.00
If paying for any vaccines and/or B12, we accept cash or check made out to Staying Healthy Medical Services.
The new Shingles vaccine (Shingrix) will be available for employees (age 50-64 only if using insurance). Please note that this vaccine is known to cause more frequent local reactions than other routine immunizations and cannot be given to anyone younger than 50 years old.
Only flu can be given to individuals age 65 and over that are using insurance. Age appropriate vaccines can be administered to those 65 and over that are paying out of pocket for the vaccine.
If you received routine vaccinations from Staying Healthy Medical Services, other than flu, in previous years and need a copy of your records, please email us at email@example.com. In the email you will need to include your name and birthdate. Depending on the carrier, insurance claims may be filed as Community Health and Immunization Services or Staying Healthy Medical Services.
Immunizations during the COVID-19 Pandemic
The requirements for immunizations have NOT been waived, nor have they changed over the past few months. Students are still required to be up to date on their immunizations in order to attend school. If you are unsure of the immunizations your child may need, please contact your campus nurse or doctor’s office.