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The Flu ends with U

We have adult and pediatric flu vaccinces available

Faculty/Staff please bring your insurance card and a photo ID along with you if you wish to take advantage of this opportunity. If you are covered by the WKU Health Plan this service is covered at 100% with no co-pay. 

Students please bring your insurance card and a photo ID along with you if you wish to take advantage of this opportunity. Your insurance may not cover this service 100%, however we will courtesy bill them and you will be responsible for any remaining balance.

Community/Non-insured please bring a photo ID along with you. The cost is $15.00. We accept cash, check, Big Red Dollars, Visa, Master Card and Discover.

If you have questions, feel free to call us at (270) 745-5641

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