A local clinic for children’s vaccinations will be held at Indian Springs Middle School by the Passport Health/Staying Healthy Medical Services on Wednesday, May 1. It will be open from 3:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. to keep student immunizations up to date for the upcoming school year.
Due to this being a traveling clinic, staff and supplies will be limited. There is no guarantee that all patients will be seen, as the center will operate on a first come basis. For the safety of students, service will be discontinued when any supplies runs out.
The clinic requires a current vaccine record or note from school stating missing records and a parent/guardian must be present. Only students, ages 4-18, a part of Keller ISD may be seen on this day. Exceptions can be made for younger children who enter the head start program, Early Childhood. It is advised that this vaccination clinic does not replace any wellness checkup for children.
The available vaccinations at this clinic include Chicken Pox, DtaP, Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, HIB, Meningococcal, MMR, Polio, Pneumonia and TDaP. Cash or check will be accepted and the price per vaccine varies depending on insurance options:
Aetna, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Cigna, Humana & United Health Care PPO plans will be accepted.
The clinic cannot accept Aetna & Blue Cross Gold, Silver, or Bronze Plans or HMO Plans with any insurance company. A paper photo copy of insurance card and driver’s license MUST be provided to receive vaccines at no charge.
For those with Medicaid/CHIP, there will be no charge for vaccines. Must provide a paper photo copy of card.
For those without healthcare insurance, the cost will be $10.00 per vaccine ($40 maximum per child).
This center is available at low cost for students and their families to have easier access to healthcare.