Fight the Flu and the Pandemic

Some of the symptoms of flu and COVID-19 are similar, so getting a flu shot this year is more important than ever. It will reduce your risk from the flu while conserving health care resources to fight the pandemic.

Flu Shots and Vaccination Clinics

There are several ways to get your flu shot and other vaccinations for the 2022 season at UMB. Certain clinics offer more than just the flu shot. Please find the right one for you.

 

ServiceEligibilityAddressSchedule Appointment
UMB Shot Clinic UMB Students*
needing required campus/clinical
rotation vaccinations
UMIC
408 W. Lombard St.
Baltimore, MD 21201
Get Vaccinated
Flu Shot Only UMB Students*
UMB Faculty and Staff
UMMS Employees**
Family Medicine
29 S. Paca St.,
Baltimore, MD 21201
Schedule Flu Shot
UMMS Flu Shot Clinic UMB Clinical Faculty at UMMS See Registration for locations Schedule Flu Shot

* Currently enrolled 
** Employed by FPI, UMB, UMMC, or UMMS

Please Note:

  • No walk-ins will be accepted. Please reserve your space in advance by registering above.
  • The time you select is not a set appointment at that time. It begins the range of time you can arrive to get your flu shot.
  • You must have photo ID present to check-in.
  • If your insurance is covering the flu shot, you must present your insurance card when you check-in.

Clinic Insurance Information

UM students with active insurance are covered at UM Immediate Care.

UM employees' insurance will cover the flu shot at UM Immediate Care if any of the following applies:

  • you have active insurance through University of Maryland
  • you have active insurance not through University of Maryland however, HMO and MCO plans must list a University of Maryland Family Medicine provider on your insurance card in order to be covered.
Self-Pay Rates:

Out-of-pocket rates for those not covered by insurance:

  • $40 Flu Shot or $70 High Dose Flu Shot
  • + $56 Administration Fee
Insurances Not Accepted

UM Immediate Care does not participate with these insurances:

  • Jai
  • Kaiser
  • Medstar
  • Johns Hopkins Medicare Advantage (HMO & DUAL)
  • Humana Medicare Advantage (HMO)

Frequently Asked Questions

Where Do I Find the Lot Entry on My Vaccination Card?

Posted May 25, 2022

The Center for Information Technology Services have modified the COVID-19 vaccine portal to allow collection of vaccine lot number information, which is needed by clinical practice sites attended by many members of our community, especially clinical students. Read more.

If COVID-19 is spreading in my community, should I still go out to get a flu vaccine?

Posted September 08, 2020

Yes. You can safely get a flu vaccine at multiple locations, including your doctor’s office, health departments, and pharmacies. Read more.

Resources

CDC Flu Frequently Asked Questions

Posted September 08, 2020

Influenza-related questions & answers, organized by topic. Read more.

Similarities and Differences between Flu and COVID-19

Posted September 08, 2020

Flu and COVID-19 share many characteristics, but there are some key differences between the two. Read more.

Healthy Habits to Help Prevent Flu

Posted September 08, 2020

The single best way to prevent seasonal flu is to get vaccinated each year, but good health habits like avoiding people who are sick, covering your cough, and washing your hands often can help stop the spread of germs and prevent respiratory illnesses like flu. Read more.