Flu vaccines & Boosters are here! We are currently out of Pfizer Monovalent vaccines for first and second doses and Moderna Monovalent for first doses.
We offer COVID primary doses, boosters, and flu shots. We are currently out of high-dose flu shots for individuals over the age of 65 and egg-free flu shots.
Once you schedule the appointment, you will be emailed an appointment confirmation with a consent form and you can choose the vaccine(s) you wish to receive.
Bring your OUID and insurance cards to receive your Flu and/or Covid vaccine. Your OUID and insurance cards or information are required at every scheduled appointment. We will request insurance reimbursement for the Flu vaccine and administration of the Covid vaccine. Many insurances (including OU CIGNA and the OU Student Health Plan) are covering the cost. To ensure coverage, contact your insurance provider.
OU students who do not have health insurance, or whose health insurance does not cover the costs, will not incur any charges for the Flu or Covid vaccines.
OU Cigna covers the cost of the Flu Vaccine and administration of the Covid vaccine. If you are covered by another insurance, to ensure coverage, contact your insurance provider. You can check if we are contracted and in network with your insurance using the following information:
We are listed as Board of Regents, The University of Oklahoma, OU Health Services.
NPI number of our facility
Our facility NPI # is 1548372626.
Provider name and NPI number
You may use Craig Rice, MD as a sample provider (NPI # 1932175320).
620 Elm Avenue, Norman OK, 73019.
The flu vaccines we use includes Fluarix Quadrivalent Vaccine, Flublok (egg-free) and Flu Zone High-Dose (for those 65 and older). All vaccines are thimerosal and latex free.
Primary Covid Vaccines: Moderna, Pfizer and Novavax
Bivalent Booster: Moderna and Pfizer
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The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends everyone 6 months of age and older should get a flu vaccine every year before flu activity begins in their community. Influenza is highly contagious and results in thousands of hospitalizations in the United States each year. CDC recommends getting vaccinated by the end of October. Source: https://www.cdc.gov/flu/prevent/index.html