Published Nov 19, 2003
How much was yours? I keep hearing the horror stories for the costs of the Hep-B shot.
The total cost for all three shots was around $55. I went to the public health clinic to have it done so I wouldn't have to pay for things like office visits. I think my phyisican charged around $27 per shot.
wonderbee, BSN, RN
Mine were free from the county health department. I was in and out of there faster than if I had made an appointment with the doc.
I guess my area is high.. I think mine was like $60 at the county health department for EACH shot (and it was a few dollars cheaper than at the university health center).
Oh, and my health department is not quick, either... had to make an appt a few weeks out. But still cheaper than the docs. Sigh. I think the school should hook us up with the hospitals where we do clinicals to get them for free since we'll be 'working' there!!!
Was told by me Nurse Practitioner last week that the series of three would run me around $300.00. Thankfully, I just got a job at a LTC facility that will provide them to me for free.
jenrninmi, MSN, RN
OUCH! I don't have a copay for office visits when I'm just there to get immunizations so for me, it's free. Also, I received the HBV's when I was working in a hospital a few years ago, so that was free for me too.
It's $37 I believe (I know it's less than $40 and more than $30) a shot here through the health department.
Mine were $117 each at the doctors office. Good thing I have great insurance! Only paid $10 co-pay each time.
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