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- May 11, '12 by 9086DuovoCheck ARC. Since you are a student at SCC, ARC will also serve you. SCC health clinic should be able to administer some of the vaccines there, and you can get the other ones at ARC. The nurses will also have a list of low cost vaccines nearby.
- May 11, '12 by MN-NurseQuote from Murse70Reason #5,792 to get a job in direct patient care before entering nursing school.I am in Sacramento, and newly admitted to Sac City for this Fall class. I am just finding out that the cost of all the immunizations required for the program would top 650.00!
Is there anyone within one hundred miles of Sacramento that knows how to go about this without having to sell a kidney?
- May 16, '12 by mssjezI just went to a local health clinic for my titers... insurance wont cover anything required by a "third party" (aka employment, school, etc.) and so $620 dollars later... I have my physical, PPD, and titers for Measles, Mumps, Rubella, Varicella, and Hep B.
- May 16, '12 by IndyElmerDepending on your state & the program you are entering, some people (though perhaps not the OP) may be able to get their records from the state health department. My pediatrician long ago retired & passed so those (nearly 40 year old) records are no longer accessible, but according to the county health department, even back then, many doctors participated in state records. It will take 2 weeks to get a response, but if I can prove I had MMR then at least I get to skip that titer!
Also, though I know some campus health clinics are just as expensive as any other clinic, my campus clinic is considerably cheaper than most places with whom I checked.