Get vaccinated at any in-network pharmacy, using your pharmacy benefit.
- How much does it cost? $0, it’s free!
- Which vaccines are available? Influenza, Pneumonia, Tetanus, Hepatitis, Shingles, Measles, Mumps, Human Papillomavirus (HPV), Pertussis, Varicella, Meningitis
Just show your Navitus card at the pharmacy. If you prefer, you can still get vaccinated at your doctor’s office using your medical benefit.
If you are considering getting your vaccine/immunization from the pharmacy, here are a few things to keep in mind:
1. Contact the Pharmacy Ahead of Time
Not all pharmacies are able to administer all vaccines/immunizations for various reasons.
Call ahead to...
... make sure they have the vaccine/immunization in stock.
... find out if they require an appointment.
... determine if the pharmacy is authorized to give vaccines/immunizations to kids.
2. Make Sure To Use an In-Network Pharmacy
While most pharmacies participate in the Navitus network, and can administer vaccines/immunizations, not all of them do. A claim for a vaccine/immunization will be rejected if you use an out-of-network pharmacy and you will have to pay the full cost. If the pharmacy you prefer to use for your vaccine/immunization is not in the Navitus network (e.g. CVS), contact your health plan to see if they will cover your claim through the pharmacy under the medical benefit.
To find a in-network pharmacy contact Navitus at 1-866-333-2757 or visit them online at www.navitus.com.
3. Bring Your Navitus ID Card With You
To ensure your claim get processed correctly, make sure to provide the pharmacist with your Navitus ID card!