Flu shots can also be scheduled by appointment at our Healthwaves Tempe clinic 480-968-1886


Locations open to the public, 9am-12:30pm

(unless otherwise noted)


Saturday, December 22

Food City: Flowing Wells & Roger Rd, TUCSON (FLU & LAB)

Bashas’: Warner Rd & McClintock, TEMPE (FLU & LAB)


Wednesday, December 26

Bashas’: 7th St & Missouri, PHOENIX (FLU & LAB)


Thursday, December 27

Food City: Main & Stapely, MESA (FLU & LAB)


Friday, December 28

AJ’s: Scottsdale Rd & Lincoln, SCOTTSDALE (FLU & LAB)


Saturday, December 29

Bashas’: Sunrise & Kolb, TUCSON (FLU & LAB)



Immunizations for persons age 4 and over.
No appointment necessary.
Cash and checks accepted!


Flu (Quadrivalent) Shot  $40
Flu vaccine which protects against four flu strains (2A & 2B). Availability limited.
Pneumonia (Pneumococcal) Shot  $120
Helps protect long term, depending on risk, against 23 types of bacterial pneumonia, deadly blood infections, and meningitis. Do not get this shot if you’ve received it in the last five years.

Vaccines are covered by:
(Co-pays and co-insurance charges may apply)

Medicare B*
Humana Gold Choice
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Arizona
Excluding Medicare supplement customers.
An Independent Licensee of the Blue Cross Blue Shield Association.

Flu shot (Seasonal) covered by:
State of Arizona Benefit Options
For benefit eligible State of Arizona employees and members (retirees, spouses, and dependents age 4 and older). Expire date 12/31/18


* Not a member of an H.M.O. (Health Maintenance Organization) i.e., Aetna, Cigna, HealthNet etc. Medicare as primary medical coverage.


NOTE: Medicare will generally only pay for one pneumonia shot.

For information on setting-up at your office or community setting please contact Healthwaves at 480-968-1886


Pricing, vaccine availability and health insurance coverage subject to change.





What is the flu?

According with the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, Influenza (flu) is a contagious respiratory illness caused by influenza viruses. It can cause mild to severe illness. Serious outcomes of flu infection can result in hospitalization or death. Some people, such as older people, young children, and people with certain health conditions, are at high risk for serious flu complications.

The best way to prevent the flu is by getting vaccinated each year.

For more information about the Flu visit http://www.cdc.gov/