Rabies Clinics 2023

What is Mpox?

Mpox is a rare disease caused by infection with the mpox virus. Mpox virus is part of the same family of viruses as variola virus, the virus that causes smallpox. Mpox symptoms are similar to smallpox symptoms, but milder, and mpox is rarely fatal. Mpox is not related to chickenpox. JYNNEOS is a 2-dose vaccine developed to protect against mpox and smallpox infections. People need to get both doses of the vaccine for the best protection against mpox.

Mpox Vaccination Basics

Updated March 22, 2023 from the CDC:

JYNNEOS (mpox vaccine) is a 2-dose vaccine. The second dose should be given 4 weeks after the first dose. Vaccination is an important tool in stopping the spread of mpox. 

Register here for the Mpox Vaccine

We can bill Medicaid, Medicare Part B, Child Health Plus, Excellus Blue Cross Blue Shield, MVP Health Care or Fidelis Managed Care for immunizations.  Present your card at your appointment to receive vaccine at no charge.  If you are not covered by these health insurances we will provide you a receipt for service that you may submit to your insurance company to seek reimbursement.

This Department charges an at-cost rate plus administration fee —our rate/fees are adjusted down using a sliding fee scale based on household income.

COVID-19 – $115 per dose + $25 admin fee = $140.00

Flu vaccine – $19 per dose + $25 admin fee = $44.00

Flu vaccine high dose – $65 per dose + $25 admin fee = $90.00

We can now accept payment with GovPayNet – so you can swipe your debit or credit card here at our office or pay online.

Before you pay with GovPayNet we advise you to read the 2017 GovPayNet Fee Schedule and 2017 GovPayNet Terms of Service.

Please call our office at 518-873-3500 if you have questions about fees or payment.