The School of Pharmacy working with Falk Pharmacy is conducting flu shot clinics on the Oakland Campus. Through the dedication of Dr. Deanne Hall and her team, the University has consistently achieved high levels of participation.
In order to expedite the administration of your flu shot, you are asked to complete the “Intake and Consent” form that was mailed to you in advance and bring it with you to the flu shot clinic. If you do not bring the form with you, you will be asked to fill out a form before receiving your flu shot.
UPMC Health Plan members may also obtain a flu shot from a participating provider at no out-of-pocket cost. If plan members obtain a flu shot at a clinic or pharmacy that does not participate with UPMC Health Plan, then they will need to pay for the flu shot at the time of service and file a claim for reimbursement. Reimbursement forms can be downloaded from UPMC Health Plan’s website at www.upmchealthplan.com, under “Commonly Used Forms” at the bottom of the page.
Individuals who participate in the Panther Advocate plan can receive $25 in HIA credits for obtaining a flu shot.
Flu shots are covered by the University’s UPMC Health Insurance Plan at no out of pocket cost to you. Obtaining the shot is convenient! You will only need to sign the consent form and display your University ID and your UPMC Health Plan membership card. Note that if you do not carry the University’s medical insurance, you can still obtain a flu shot on campus for a $25 out-of-pocket charge.
Fall 2014 Flu Shot Clinics
Conference Room 342
To Be Determined
Monday – Friday
October 1 until inventory is depleted
Student Union, Health Center
Falk Pharmacy flu clinics will be held every Tuesday and Thursday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., through Thursday November 20, 2014. After Thanksgiving, flu shots will be available during regular business hours (8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday).
Registration is Open! Fall 2014 Faculty & Staff Development Program Workshops
The Office of Human Resources, through the Faculty and Staff Development Program (FSDP), offers a variety of workshops to enhance the professional and personal development of University of Pittsburgh faculty and staff. Please review the learning opportunities at the FSDP web page to identify which programs will help you to maximize your professional growth.
Travel emergencies can happen anytime, anywhere. Assist America has you covered. Your membership in UPMC Health Plan entitles you to a unique global emergency services program called Assist America. This program protects you, your spouse and eligible minor dependent children with resources like doctors, hospitals, pharmacies, and other services while traveling 100 miles or more from your home, for business or pleasure. Assist America arranges and pays for all of the assistance services it provides, without financial caps or usage limits.
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