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In general, hepatitis vaccines will be available at Red Cross-area urgent care centers, retail clinics, primary care doctor offices and local pharmacies. While walk-in appointments are typically available, booking a visit online will reduce your wait time and ensure you protect yourself from hepatitis faster.
Regardless of the kind of vaccine you are seeking, Solv can help you book an appointment. Simply search for Red Cross-area doctors, find a provider, and book the most convenient time for you. Be sure to include your travel plans and previous immunizations to give your doctor a better idea of the vaccines you may need.
Same-day and next-day appointments for MMR vaccine consultations can easily be booked directly through Solv. Simply search for Red Cross-area doctors, find a provider, and book a hepatitis vaccination appointment as soon as today.
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Individuals who live or work in an area prone to hep A or B, people with chronic liver disease, people who use drugs, and men who have sex with other men are at high risk for contracting Hep A, B or C and should seek vaccination as soon as possible.
While a hepatitis vaccine cannot be administered over video, your doctor can evaluate and advise you or your child from your home in Red Cross. They can discuss your travel plans, recommend and order necessary vaccinations, and book immunization appointments via telemedicine.
For adults without insurance, Hep A and B vaccines cost anywhere from $26 to $66. Pediatric versions of the vaccines cost anywhere from $18 to $55. Book a consultation with a general practitioner today to get a better idea of what a hepatitis vaccine will cost you in the Red Cross area.
Both the hepatitis A and B vaccines are typically covered by health insurance. Book an appointment and check your coverage in the Red Cross area today.
Telemedicine vaccine consultation coverage will vary depending on your circumstances. Typically, if your insurance will not cover an in-person visit, it won’t cover similar appointments via telehealth. Since consultations for hepatitis vaccines are often covered by insurance, it is likely that a video visit will be similarly covered.
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The hepatitis A and B vaccine is used to prevent infections caused by the hepatitis A and hepatitis B viruses. Hepatitis A is a severe disease that affects the liver and can lead to death, which is why it's crucial that you get the vaccine. Hepatitis A can be spread by close person-to-person contact and Hepatitis B can be spread through bodily fluids, like semen, blood, saliva, vaginal fluids, or by sharing needles.
The Hepatitis A and hepatitis B combination vaccine are recommended for anyone over the age of 18 who's at risk of infection from their jobs or certain behaviors. You should also get it if you're going to be traveling to the Middle East, the Caribbean, Africa, the former Soviet Union, Eastern and Southern Europe, Central and South America, and Southeast Asia (excluding Japan).
The Hep A and Hep B combination vaccine is also recommended for people who use illegal injection drugs, people involved in high-risk sexual activity (like homosexual and bisexual males), residents of drug and alcohol treatment centers, military personnel, people who work in a childcare center or correctional facility, and people living in or moving to areas with high rates of HAV infection (and who are at a high risk of HBV infection). It's also recommended for anyone at risk because of their jobs (such as police officers, laboratory workers who handle the Hep A and Hep B viruses, anyone who comes into contact with sewage or stool, and anyone who provides first aid or medical care), as well as people with chronic liver disease or hemophilia.
Updated on Sep 25, 22
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