Titers draw

  1. 0 Anyone know how much it costs to have the titers drawn for the nursing school admittance vaccinations?
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  3. Visit  vicg1974 profile page

    About vicg1974

    40 Years Old; Joined Jul '09; Posts: 8.

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  4. Visit  Fashionista1218 profile page
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    Alot! The cheapest place I've heard to go is the health department and that runs anywhere from 200-300 dollars. Or at least that's what I was told. They definately don't come cheap, that's for sure!
  5. Visit  ck29_2000 profile page
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    Do you have time to volunteer? I'm volunteering at a local hospital and they ran my titers/blood work and caught me up on vaxes that I was weak in for free. All that was "required" was a 60hr commitment. I haven't been able to find a job that works around my school schedule so I'm volunteering for "experience" on my nursing app.
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    Quote from ck29_2000
    Do you have time to volunteer? I'm volunteering at a local hospital and they ran my titers/blood work and caught me up on vaxes that I was weak in for free. All that was "required" was a 60hr commitment. I haven't been able to find a job that works around my school schedule so I'm volunteering for "experience" on my nursing app.
    Where are you volunteering? I have 4 kids I have to work around so I would just have to see what I could do.
  7. Visit  ck29_2000 profile page
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    Serves me right for using the active topics button. I'm volunteering at a university hospital but I live in NE, didn't realize this was a state forum, sorry. I have two kids myself but they only "require" 2 hr time blocks, you can do more but that is their request. Most of the hospitals around here do it, maybe check your local websites and then call their volunteer services and see what their policy is?
  8. Visit  vicg1974 profile page
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    It's ok - no biggie. I might not have time to volunteer anyway but I'll check around local and see. Thanks!!!
  9. Visit  matchsticktgt profile page
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    My local doc-in-the-box charged me $28 to do my chicken pox titer
  10. Visit  matchsticktgt profile page
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    I found that it was cheaper to get all my immunizations again (except the chicken pox) than to get titers drawn to prove I was immune...I was due for a Tetanus anyway, and had not had the Hib
  11. Visit  vicg1974 profile page
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    Yeah, I plan to get all immunizations again except MMR because I'm breastfeeding and can't have the rubella vaccine.
  12. Visit  GloryBee00 profile page
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    Didn't have my immun. records so had them again at the Health Dept. Only $2.00 per vaccine! Only shot they do not do is Hepititis B.
  13. Visit  VSBlonde profile page
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    My insurance has always covered my titers when I had to have them checked for work/school.


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