Where to get a flu shot

Sharp Health Plan has you covered.


This 2020-21 flu season, getting your flu shot is more important than ever. Sharp Health Plan covers the flu shot under your preventive care services at no additional charge. Here's what you can do to get vaccinated today.

Your primary care physician

Contact your primary care physician (PCP) to schedule an appointment and get your flu shot. You can find your doctor’s contact information on your member ID card.


MinuteClinics® are walk-in medical clinics located inside select CVS Pharmacy® stores nationwide. There is no copayment for flu vaccinations. Find a MinuteClinic location near you.

Your plan medical group

Your plan medical group may also offer the seasonal flu vaccine in other ways, such as drive-up vaccination stations, to make getting your flu shot safe and convenient.

IMPORTANT: Be sure to choose an in-network option that’s within your plan medical group. If you’re unsure which plan medical group or network you belong to, simply check the front of your Sharp Health Plan member ID card. As always, bring your member ID card with you when getting care.

Sharp Community Medical Group (SCMG)

Schedule an appointment with your Sharp Community PCP, or visit a Sharp Community-authorized flu vaccine site near you. Call ahead before going to a vaccine site to make sure you can be seen in a timely manner. For additional information, visit SCMG’s vaccination website.

Sharp Rees-Stealy Medical Group

Get your flu shot at an upcoming appointment in a Sharp Rees-Stealy clinic, or schedule a vaccination appointment. Vaccination appointments are held at outdoor drive-up vaccination stations. Visit Sharp Rees-Stealy’s flu vaccine webpage for details.

Rady Children’s Health Network / CPMG

Schedule a flu vaccination appointment with your Rady Children’s PCP, or schedule a visit at Rady Children’s drive-up flu clinic through MyChart. The drive-up flu clinic is available until Oct. 8.

Coronavirus & COVID-19 updates

We’re offering our members $0 COVID-19 screening and testing as well as $0 treatment when received April 1 through Oct. 31, 2020. Telehealth visits for COVID-19 are covered too.

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