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AITC Services

  • TB testing - skin testing or Quantiferon blood testing.
  • Blood testing - check immunity to measles, chickenpox, other diseases.  Screen for hepatitis B or C.
  • Business services - Flu vaccination, TB testing, travel vaccinations, and more, at AITC or on-location at your place of business.

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News & Highlights

The new shingles vaccine, SHINGRIX has arrived.  Check our prices and business hours; no appointment needed.   

 

STAMARIL yellow fever vaccine is available at AITC.  If you are seeking yellow fever vaccination, please call us for a Travel Health Visit appointment (required). Click for more details

 

We can bill your Blue Shield of California PPO plan or your United Healthcare PPO Plan for your international travel health visit.  (Sorry, we can't bill EPO or HMO plans).  More info 

 

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 members! AITC is not a Medicare provider but we do serve Medicare patients who agree to "opt-out" and pay our regular fees.  More info

 

Low-Cost or Free Vaccines for persons with no insurance, or with insurance that does not cover the vaccine:  Check here for availability.  

 

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