News & Highlights
New! Jan 23rd thru 27th is Free Flu Vaccine Week at AITC for ages 3 years and up. We are currently experiencing high levels of influenza disease statewide and in the Bay Area. If you haven't yet had your flu vaccine this year, you can get a dose for free at AITC from Monday 1/23 through Friday 1/27. Just come in during our regular clinic hours and ask for the free flu shot. Minors under age 18 years must have a parent or legal guardian present to sign consent.
New! We can now bill your Blue Shield of California PPO plan for your international travel health visit. (Sorry, we can't bill EPO or HMO plans). More info
New! Cholera vaccine is here and in stock. Vaxchora is a new vaccine that you drink from a cup in order to be protected from cholera, a potentially serious diarrhea disease occurring in places with very poor sanitation.
New! Reduced-cost Gardasil-4 HPV Vaccine ($155/dose) - while supply lasts. Gardasil-4 provides almost all of the protection of Gardasil-9, at a much lower price point. More info
Meningococcal vaccines are available at AITC: Serogroup ACWY vaccine (Menactra or Menveo) is recommended for adolescents, first-year college students, travelers to parts of sub-Saharan Africa, HIV-positive individuals age 2 months and up, and SF men who have sex with other men. Serogroup B vaccine (Bexsero) is recommended for persons at least 10 years of age who are at increased risk for Meningococcal disease. Check our prices.
Pneumococcal vaccines -- Prevnar13 and Pneumovax23 -- are available. Recommended for all adults age 65 and up, and for younger adults with certain medical conditions. Protects against Strep pneumoniae infection, an important cause of pneumonia and sepsis. Ask us about low-cost Prevnar13 (just $26) or read more.
Monkey bite? Bat exposure? Need rabies shots, or not sure? Call us! As part of the SF Dept. Public Health, Section on Communicable Disease, we have the knowledge and resources to evaluate potential rabies exposures and determine next steps. We administer human rabies immune globulin (HRIG) and rabies vaccines when needed, carefully following CDC protocol, and we do this at costs well below hospitals and without the long wait. We can bill your PPO insurance plan.
Welcome all Medicare beneficiaries! AITC is not a Medicare provider but can now serve all Medicare beneficiaries on a fee-for-service basis via private contract. More info
Persons with no insurance, or with insurance that does not cover the vaccine you need: Check here for current low-cost vaccine pricing.