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The single best way to prevent the flu is to get your flu shot

Flu shots are covered under Medicare Part B (medical) coverage. When you get a flu shot, show your ID card for medical coverage. Prescription drug plans (PDPs) don't cover flu shots. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends everyone 6 months and older get the flu shot.

Options to get your flu shot with our Medicare Advantage plans

 

1.  Schedule an appointment with your doctor

Visit your doctor before the flu season begins. Don't have a doctor?

 

Search online to find one in our network

 

2.  Get your flu shot at a pharmacy

 

Find a pharmacy

 

You can visit one of our network pharmacies (below) to get your flu shot at no extra cost to you. Just show them your member ID card and we’ll process your claim electronically. If you go to a pharmacy that’s not on the list, you’ll be required to pay the full cost when you get the shot. Then submit your claim for reimbursement.

 

Medicare Medical Claim Form

 

ACME Pharmacy Lewis Drugs
Albertsons  Longs Drugs
Bartell Drug Marc's Drugs
Bi-Lo Pharmacies Meijer Stores
Brookshire Grocery Osco Stores
Carrs Pharmacies Price Chopper
Coborns Pharmacies Publix Supermarkets
Costco Pharmacies Ralphs Pharmacies
CVS Pharmacy Randalls Pharmacy
Cub Pharmacies Rite Aid
Dierbergs Family Pharmacies Safeway
Dillons Pharmacies Sam's Club
Discount Drug Mart Shop-Rite Stores
Duane Reade Pharmacies Smith's Pharmacies
Fred Meyer Stop & Shop Pharmacy
Fruth Pharmacies Thrifty White Stores
Fry’s Food and Drug Tom Thumb Pharmacy
Giant Eagle Pharmacies Tops Markets
H.E.B. Grocery Vons Pharmacies
Hannaford Stores Walgreens
Harmons Pharmacy Walmart
Harris Teeter Stores Wegman's Stores
Hy-VEE Stores Weis Pharmacies
King Soopers Winn Dixie Stores
Kroger Stores  
 

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