Other Vaccinations for Your Flu Clinic
When it comes to preventative care, vaccines offer a simple, cost-effective solution to protect your team. Passport Health is proud to work with corporations and government entities to offer routine vaccination programs for their employees, minimizing risk of illness and reducing health care costs.
Which Vaccines Should Be Added to Our Flu Clinic?
An onsite flu clinic is the perfect time to ensure your staff is protected against a variety of infections. The following vaccinations are commonly added to a business’ onsite clinic: hepatitis A, hepatitis B, measles, mumps and rubella (MMR), Tdap (tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis), shingles, pneumonia and
See the bullets below to learn more about some of these key immunizations:
- Hepatitis A –
Food & Water –
Protects against liver infection, long-lasting protection through booster dose
- Hepatitis B –
Blood & Body Fluids –
Liver infection commonly spread through needles, medical equipment or direct contact with body fluids. Vaccination is the best form of protection.
- Measles Mumps Rubella (MMR) –
Various Vectors –
Vaccination recommended for anyone without evidence of immunity and/or born after 1957.
- Pneumonia –
Two vaccines given separately. Both are recommended for all over the age of 65, those with certain medical conditions or immunocompromised.
- Shingles –
Direct Contact –
Recommended for all adults over 50 even if they have had shingles or are unsure if they have had chickenpox.
- TDAP (Tetanus, Diphtheria & Pertussis) –
Wounds & Airborne –
A tetanus booster vaccination is recommended for all adults once every ten years.
See the table below for more information:
Common Vaccinations for Other Vaccinations
|VACCINE||HOW DISEASE SPREADS||DETAILS|
|Hepatitis A||Food & Water||Protects against liver infection, long-lasting protection through booster dose|
|Hepatitis B||Blood & Body Fluids||Liver infection commonly spread through needles, medical equipment or direct contact with body fluids. Vaccination is the best form of protection.|
|Measles Mumps Rubella (MMR)||Various Vectors||Vaccination recommended for anyone without evidence of immunity and/or born after 1957.|
|Pneumonia||Airborne||Two vaccines given separately. Both are recommended for all over the age of 65, those with certain medical conditions or immunocompromised.|
|Shingles||Direct Contact||Recommended for all adults over 50 even if they have had shingles or are unsure if they have had chickenpox.|
|TDAP (Tetanus, Diphtheria & Pertussis)||Wounds & Airborne||A tetanus booster vaccination is recommended for all adults once every ten years.|
Routine vaccines such as pneumonia and Tdap protect your employees and their families and reduce your company’s exposure to medical emergencies and worker’s compensation claims.
To learn more about these immunizations and how they can help a business in your specific industry, see our Occupational Vaccine Services page.
Passport Health – Other Onsite Vaccinations
“Nice clinic for our local employees to utizilie for flu shots. Thank you for allowing us to use Passport Health. We also utilize them for routine and travel vaccinations.”
“We have been using Passport Health for many years to get schedule our onsite flu events. They are quick, comfortable and a offer other vaccinations for our employees. Thank you!”
“Passport Health does a great job with helping us plan and execute our flu program. They are always very quick and knowledgeable and helped us a pick a few other vaccines to help our employees. If asked by anyone, I would gladly recommend Passport Health.”
“I was so pleased to we planned our annual vaccinations with Passport Health. They were able to plan a convenient time for us and helped us know who needed what. The service was impeccable–really, really professional and friendly!”
“Prompt, efficient, thorough, pleasant and most importantly, very easy process! Passport Health even offered additional vaccinations for our flu clinic so we could get everything done at one time. Thank you!”