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Northeast Times | January 18, 2022

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KISD: School Immunization Clinic

KISD: School Immunization Clinic

Keller ISD will host a Back-to-School Immunization Clinic from 9-11 a.m. Wednesday, July 31, at Fossil Hill Middle School in partnership with Passport Health/Staying Healthy Medical Services to get students up to date on their immunizations for the 2019-20 school year.

The clinic is only open to Keller ISD students ages 4-18 (exceptions will be made for younger children entering the Head Start program), and a parent or guardian must accompany the student. A current vaccine record or a note from the school stating that there are missing vaccines is required.

Older children who resist shots and children with special needs will not be seen given the nature of this clinic, and are encouraged to visit your pediatrician. The clinic should also not replace a well-child check up with the student’s pediatrician.

Staff and supplies at the clinic will be limited and there is no guarantee you will be seen. The clinic is on a first-come basis and will be closed when supplies or time runs out.

Vaccines available include:

Chicken Pox
Hepatitis A
Hepatitis B

The following forms of payment will be accepted:

Aetna, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Cigna, Humana, and UnitedHealthcare PPO plans
**We cannot accept Aetna and Blue Cross Gold, Silver, or Bronze plans or HMO plans with any insurance company**
A paper photo copy of the insurance card and driver’s license must be provided to receive vaccines at no charge.

No charge for vaccines. Must provide a paper photo copy of card.

$10 per vaccine ($40 maximum per child)

Cash or check only will be accepted.

More immunication opportunities and other back-to-school resources can be found at the August 6 Keller ISD Back-to-School Bash. Make plans to attend!