UPMC offers free flu shots, Carnegie Museum admission
Pittsburghers can check two things off their fall bucket lists at one time.
As part of UPMC’s MyHealth Community program, the nonprofit health care provider will provide free admission to the museums of Art and Natural History from 3 to 8 p.m. Sept. 20 and 27. And while you’re there, you can get a free flu shot — provided on limited basis — first come, first served.
Guests don’t have to belong to the UPMC Health Plan to get the offer, but UPMC members might be asked to sign in for attendance tracking. UPMC Health Plan’s health coaches will be there to field questions on the provider’s health and wellness resources and offer information about Marketplace Open Enrollment.
Adults, age 18 and older, can get flu shots on Sept. 20 and 27, while those under 18 can get vaccinations only from 3 to 6 p.m. Sept. 27, through the UPMC Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh Ronald McDonald van.
Admission to the museums does not include any paid programs, seminars, or special events that day. Parking is available for $7, cash only, at the garage adjacent to the museums.
The museums are at 440 Forbes Ave., in Oakland.
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