Marquette County Health Department 
  2017 / 2018

 Flu Information


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Call the Clinic for more information or to schedule an appointment: 906-475-7844

Print and fill out the form ahead of time for faster service!
Please note: For MCHD Flu Clinics held in the schools, the school will provide advance notice of the day/time of the Flu Clinic and the forms so they can be brought home to the parents/guardians ahead of time.

Vaccination Registration Forms:

Child Flu Vaccination Form (under 19 years of age)

Adult Flu Vaccination Form (19 and up)

Cost of Vaccinations
The following includes the cost of the vaccine and the fee for administration.

Flu Vaccine for uninsured adults: $30.00
Uninsured children 18 & under: $10.00

If you are interested in the Pneumococcal Vaccine or the Shingles Vaccine, please call our clinic for more information and/or to make an appointment.

Note:  We will bill Medicare, Medicaid and private insurances for you! 
Please bring your card(s).

Reading the informational material now, and printing out and filling in the registration forms, will save you time when you come to a flu clinic for your vaccination! (This is probably not necessary if you are coming to the Health Department for your vaccination.)

Please bring your Medicare, Medicaid or private insurance card and any supplemental insurance cards with you. If you don't have Medicare, Medicaid or private insurance the fees are as stated above.

Note to retired teachers:
If your BCBS card has an alpha prefix of MSR, your insurance will not cover the influenza vaccination unless it is administered at a retail pharmacy.

Vaccine Information Statements:

Flu Vaccine: What You Need to Know (effective 08/07/2015)

Pneumococcal Vaccine: What You Need to Know

What You Should Know About the Flu: the CDC's website for up to date Flu season information. This site includes timing of flu vaccinations, differences between flu and colds and more!

Although receiving a flu shot is the best way to avoid contracting the disease there are other things Michigan citizens can do to limit their exposure to the illness, such as:

  • Wash hands frequently to avoid exposure to influenza;
  • Stay home from work or school if you are ill;
  • Get plenty of rest and eat a balanced diet to keep your immune system strong;
  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick;
  • Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue when coughing or sneezing, and
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth.

Historically, 36,000 people – most of them elderly – die from complications from influenza and more than 200,000 are hospitalized with influenza-like illness each year.

For more information:

Click here for the latest Influenza information from the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services.

Click here for Flu Activity Surveillance Reports and Maps from the CDC

For questions or further information contact:

Marquette County Health Department
Clinical Health Services
184 US Highway 41 East
Negaunee, Michigan  49866
(906) 475-7844 (phone)
(906) 475-4435 (fax)

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