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FAQ - Vaccine
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In the interest of public health, Dr. Phyllis Horns, Vice Chancellor of Health Sciences has declared that all employees and students that work and learn on the Health Sciences Campus will receive a seasonal influenza vaccination this year.
Immunization of the work force and student body will create a healthier and more productive environment with fewer absences and less transmission of the influenza virus. Several studies have shown that increasing vaccination rates of heath care workers in hospitals, long-term care facilities, and sites with large elderly populations improves outcomes for these patients. Vaccination of our employees and students will improve the health of our patients.
Know the deadlines
Oct. 3, 2017: ECU Pharmacy and Prospective Health Influenza Vaccination Clinics begin.
View the full schedule
Nov. 1, 2017: All employees and students should have received their immunizations.
GET THE WORD OUT: let other employees and students know about the program to improve compliance.
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Read the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) for the
. These will be updated as additional questions are asked.
Vaccine Information Sheet
Become aware of your options for receiving the vaccination. Be aware that if you use any of the options provided by ECU, there will be no charge for the vaccine.
Ask providers in your area for more information.
if you still have questions.
Know or record your ECU (Banner) ID and department for use on your consent form.
Have your insurance card and ECU 1 Card ready.
Check the Schedule:
Visit our schedule webpage
Each clinic can provide the vaccine to their employees at their clinical location. The nurse managers will notify you and let you know when and where you can use this service.
You may choose to receive your immunization from your primary care provider or any other business that offers this service. There may be a fee for this service at an outside location. You MUST provide documentation of the immunization and scan it to
, fax it to 252-744-2417 or mail it to ECU Brody School of Medicine, Office of Prospective Health, 640 Life Sciences Building 188, Greenville, NC 27834.
Send your completed form to one of the ECU options provided above. No additional documentation is necessary.
If you are a Vidant employee or work there, ECU will provide a list of vaccinated employees to them since they are also requiring vaccination. Vidant will also be providing documentation of vaccines provided to ECU employees at their immunization clinics.
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