Wellbeing at OHIO
Flu shots are typically available at the annual Faculty and Staff Resource Fair. The Fair is not being held this year due to COVID-19. Please review the following flu shot options.
Pharmacies, Physician or Health Clinic
Human Resources has partnered with Anthem and CVS Caremark to provide a convenient free flu shot program. Other vaccines may be available for a fee, please check with the pharmacy or provider prior to receiving the vaccination. All employees and family members (7 years of age and older) covered by the University’s Anthem/CVS Caremark health plans can receive flu shots from participating pharmacies during their normal operating hours. In most cases, flu shots will be available 7 days per week. See below for more information.
You and covered family members, of any age, may also obtain flu shots from your physician or health clinic. Anthem will pay 100% of the allowed amount for a flu shot provided by an in-network physician or health clinic. Flu shots provided by pharmacies will be covered at 100% only if the pharmacy is willing to bill CVS Caremark. Employees must present their CVS Caremark identification card to the pharmacy.
CVS Caremark ID Cards
CVS Caremark mailed ID cards to covered employees' homes in late June. A CVS Caremark app is available for download. This will provide a digital ID card as well as access to your prescription coverage. You are encouraged to register at www.caremark.com which also allows you to view /download your prescription card. If you have questions you may call the number on the back of your card, 1-888-964-0089.
- Answer screening questions, Choose your vaccine(s), location, date and time and Complete Patient Information and follow onscreen prompts
Kroger has made their vaccine consent form available at Kroger.com/flu to streamline the process.
- Select Get Started to Make a Vaccination Appointment, Find a location receive the vaccine at and choose Select and Continue, Choose Vaccine(s), Schedule an appointment, Complete the requested information (Patient Information, Medical Details, Vaccine Consent)
Kroger QR Code
To schedule your flu shot or complete the consent form:
- Open your phone’s camera
- Point your camera at the QR code
- Follow the direction on your device to visit the website
Appointment are not necessary, walk-ins are accepted.
Shrivers Pharmacy offers curbside and in-store vaccinations.
- Download and complete their Vaccine Consent & Assessment Form to help expedite the process. Regular and High Dose vaccines are available as well as all other CDC recommended vaccines.
No appointment is necessary and several locations are available.
Visit a Walmart Pharmacy for flu shots and immunizations. Schedule a flu shot at your local Walmart Pharmacy.
The Drugstore at O’Bleness
No appointment necessary Monday-Friday 8:30am- 7pm; Saturday 10am-4pm.
No appointment necessary Monday- Saturday 9am- 7pm; Sunday 11am-4pm. Arrive at least 30 minutes prior to closing.
Immunizations offered, Monday- Friday 9am- 9pm; Saturday 9am- 5pm, Sunday 10am- 6pm.
WellWorks is Ohio University’s wellness program. A wide array of wellness services are offered to employees, their dependents and community members. From massage to nutrition to personal training, WellWorks has your wellness needs covered. Visit the WellWorks website for more details.
Healthy OHIO is a partnership between WellWorks (part of the College of Health Sciences and Professions) and Human Resources. All Ohio University employees and their spouses/partners who are enrolled in an OHIO health plan can participate in the Healthy OHIO initiative and receive financial incentives. Visit the WellWorks website for further details.
Whether you're fit and want to stay that way, you're living with a chronic condition or you fall somewhere in between, Anthem 360° Health surrounds you with the support, resources and tools to help you live healthier.
- Future Moms (Video)
- ConditionCare (Video)
- 24/7 NurseLine (Video)
- Live Health Online
Visit with a doctor 24/7. Get expert advice, a treatment plan and prescriptions if needed.
Getting regular checkups and exams can help you stay well and catch problems early. It may even save your life.
View our listing of preventive care services [PDF].
Preventive vs. diagnostic care
What’s the difference? Preventive care helps protect you from getting sick. If your doctor recommends you have services even though you have no symptoms, that’s preventive care. Diagnostic care is when you have symptoms and your doctor recommends services to determine what’s causing those symptoms. Review Anthem's Preventive Care [PDF] benefits including physical exams, tests, immunizations and women's preventive care for further details.