VNA | Visiting Nurse Association: Flu and Immunization Services

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Flu & Immunization Services

Drive-Thru Flu Immunization Clinics

We have no more available clinic times for 2020. Stay tuned for 2021 details!


*Pricing for cash, check and credit card payment only.

*Must be the primary insurance

  • Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Nebraska*
  • Aetna/Coventry*
  • Traditional Medicare Part B*
  • Railroad Medicare Part B*
  • Cash, check or credit card

*Exceptions may apply. If you have any questions about what your plan covers, please call the 800 number on the back of the card. VNA is unable to accept UnitedHealthcare Plans, Medicaid or Medicare Advantage Plans.

Pre-Visit Checklist

To ensure your time at our drive-thru flu immunization clinic runs smoothly and efficiently, please complete the following three items before your visit.

1. Complete a consent form by clicking on the “Consent Form” button below. Print the completed form and bring it with you to the clinic along with your insurance card, if applicable. Forms will also be available at the site.

Consent Form

2. Wear a shirt that provides easy access to your shoulder area so we can administer your immunization quickly and easily. 

3. For the safety of our team and others, please wear a mask during your visit.


Frequently Asked Questions

Will a flu vaccine protect me against COVID-19?

Getting a flu vaccine will not protect against COVID-19.

Do we need to get a flu vaccine earlier this year?

Getting vaccinated in August is too early, especially for older people, because of the likelihood of reduced protection against flu infection later in the flu season. September and October are good times to get vaccinated.

Why is it important for flu vaccines to be given during the COVID-19 pandemic?

For the upcoming flu season, flu vaccination will be very important to reduce flu because it can help reduce the overall impact of respiratory illnesses on the population and thus lessen the resulting burden on the healthcare system during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Who should get their flu vaccine during the COVID-19 pandemic?

Annual flu vaccination is recommended for everyone 6 months of age and older, with rare exceptions, because it is an effective way to decrease flu illnesses, hospitalizations, and deaths.


VNA Workplace Clinics

No employer likes the flu. It leads to costly sick days and loss in productivity. VNA provides workplace clinics to protect your employees against the flu. We make it easy for you and your employees. Call or email Jill today to schedule your clinic at or (402) 930-4220.


Questions about these services?

For more information, contact Jill Digerness or fill out the form below.

Call: (402) 930-4220

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