MU Health Care is proud to offer COVID-19 vaccination to the community.
MU Health Care is just one of many sources of vaccination in the area. Find a vaccinator near you.
How Do I Get an Appointment?
Are you a senior or homebound?
If you or someone you know is a senior age 60 or older or a homebound adult, they can get assistance accessing vaccination in their community from a local Area Agency on Aging (AAA). Learn more at MOStopsCovid.com/seniors.
What Do I Do Before My Appointment?
After you schedule your appointment, you will receive an email with a link to pre-appointment resources. Please review those before your appointment.
What Happens on the Day of My Appointment?
When attending your appointment, please:
- Wear a loose-fitting, short-sleeved shirt.
- Follow masking and physical distancing guidelines at our facilities.
- Bring your photo identification and your insurance card (if you are insured).
Need a ride?
If you need a ride to the vaccination site, the Mid-Mo Region of OATS Transit is providing free rides. This service is available 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday, and rides must be scheduled at least 24 hours in advance. More information can be found at www.oatstransit.org/schedules or by calling 573-449-3789 or 800-269-6287.
The state of Missouri also provides transportation resources at covidvaccine.mo.gov/ride.
Because we are scheduling by appointment only, there is no need to arrive more than 15 minutes early. We have set up our appointment slots to ensure appropriate physical distancing and efficient patient flow. If you have an appointment, we have your dose saved for you!
The earliest we will check you in is 15 minutes before your appointment time. If you arrive more than 15 minutes before your appointment, please wait in your vehicle.
Learn what to expect at the vaccination site
You may park in any non-restricted parking spots or in designated accessible parking, if appropriate.
From the parking lots, follow signage to the vaccination site.
We have an observation area where you may sit after you receive your vaccination. Our staff includes nurses who have access to anaphylaxis kits, automated external defibrillators (AEDs), vital sign monitors and cots to provide the safest possible environment.
How Much Does the Vaccine Cost?
The COVID-19 vaccine itself is provided at no charge to you. However, there is a vaccine administration charge that will be billed to your insurance if you are insured. At this time, there is no copay or co-insurance and thus no out-of-pocket costs. You will enter your insurance information (if you are insured) when scheduling your appointment.
For those with Medicare Advantage plans, you will need to know your Medicare Beneficiary Identifier (MBI). Your MBI is on your Medicare card. Learn more.