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Johns Hopkins 2018-19 Flu Campaign

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Flu vaccine for Johns Hopkins employees is here! The inactivated influenza vaccine (injectable) will be administered to Hopkins employees beginning October 8th, 2018. (Please see locations & schedules below)

The Johns Hopkins Institutions require health care providers to have annual influenza vaccination or possess an approved qualified exception.  If vaccinated outside of Johns Hopkins, a proof of immunization must be provided to Occupational Health Services to receive credit for the vaccination.

Have questions about the mandatory flu vaccination policy? Read these FAQs

The Influenza vaccine will be administered to Physicians, Faculty, Staff, Employees, Students and Volunteers by Occupational Health Services as listed below.

Vaccines will become available for spouses/same-sex domestic partners (JHH, JHU and JHHS employees) as of October 22nd.  Please note that vaccinations for spouses/same-sex domestic partners are only available at the East Baltimore (98 Broadway, Suite 421) and Homewood campus locations.  To get vaccinated, spouses/same-sex domestic partners must be accompanied by the employee, who must have his or her badge. Please call prior to schedule an appointment for East Baltimore (410-955-6211) or for Homewood (443-997-1700).

At the East Baltimore campus after Friday, October 19th, the vaccine will be still administered at 98 Broadway (Suite 421), Monday through Friday from 7:30 am to 3:30 pm.  There is ample street parking available around our building.  For more information please, contact OHS at 410-955-6211.

As an additional service for our JHH/JHU/JHHS/JHHC/JHHCG employees during the 2018-2019 Influenza season, we will be offering the option to receive the flu vaccine at the designated Walgreens pharmacies listed below starting September 21, 2018.  To do this, you will need to present your Johns Hopkins ID badge to the Walgreens staff who are administering the flu vaccine at the various pharmacy locations.  You will also need to complete all sections of the Johns Hopkins influenza consent form prior to receiving the vaccine.  We will not be offering the vaccine to spouses/same-sex domestic partners or students at the Walgreens locations at this time.

View more information and list of participating locations.

East Baltimore Campus Locations

Please Note: Dates and times are subject to change for vaccine availability!

DateTimeLocation
10/8/18-10/19/18
(Monday-Friday)
7:30 am - 4 pmJH Outpatient Center, 2nd Floor Plaza
10/8/18-10/19/18
(Monday-Friday)
7:30 am - 4 pmPhipps Building, Houck Lobby
Wednesday, 10/10/184:15 pm – 8:00 pmOccupational Health, Blalock 144
Saturday, 10/13/186 am – 10 amOccupational Health, Blalock 144
Tuesday, 10/16/184 am - 7 amOccupational Health, Blalock 144

All Johns Hopkins employees and staff with a valid Hopkins ID are eligible to receive a free flu vaccine! Please remember to dress with upper arm accessible on the day you wish to receive vaccine. Contact Debbie Dooley at 410-614-2485 or ddooley3@jhmi.edu with any questions.

 

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Homewood Campus & Other Sites

Flu vaccines for JHU faculty, staff and retirees will be available 10/9/2018 - 11/1/2018 as listed below. A valid Hopkins ID must be presented at the time of the vaccine. Spouses and same-sex domestic partners of JHU can receive a free flu vaccine. NOTE: Employees must accompany their spouse/same-sex domestic partner and present their ID badge at that time.

Please Note: Dates and times are subject to change for vaccine availability!

Date

Time

Location

Tuesday, 10/09/189:00 am - 2:00 pmHomewood Campus
Levering Hall, Great Hall:  Wyman Park Dr. 21211
South Gate Entrance
Wednesday, 10/10/189:00 am - 2:00 pmHomewood Campus
Levering Hall, Great Hall:  Wyman Park Dr. 21211
South Gate Entrance
Thursday, 10/11/189:00 am - 2:00 pmHomewood Campus
Levering Hall, Great Hall:  Wyman Park Dr. 21211
South Gate Entrance
Friday, 10/12/1810:00 am - 12:30 pmCandler Building 
CCP International Rm. 3rd Flr.
111 Market place, 21202

Monday, 10/15/18

10:30 am - 12:00 pm

Montgomery County Center 
Gilchrist hall Rm. 134 
9601 Medical Center Dr. 20850
Tuesday, 10/16/1810:00 am -12:30 pmJHPIEGO
Conference Rm. 100 
1615 Thames St. 21231
Wednesday, 10/17/1810:00 am -12:30 pmEastern Cafeteria-Ground Flr.
1101 E. 33rd St. 21218

Wednesday, 10/17/18

10:00 am -12:30 pmColumbia Center
Rm. 201
6740 Alexander Bell Dr. 21046

Monday, 10/22/18

10:00 am -12:30 pmWhite Marsh Specialty Clinic 
Vending Area
4924 Campbell Blvd. 21236
Tuesday, 10/23/1810:00 am -12:30 pmPeabody Institute
9 Centre St. - Conference Room

Wednesday, 10/24/18

9:00 am - 2:00 pmMt. Washington Campus 
Davis Building-Training Rm. 3&4
5901 Smith Ave, 21209
Thursday, 10/25/189:00 am - 2:00 pmGreenspring Station
Pavilion II Conference Rm. 1st Flr. (Behind Daily Grind) 
10755 Falls Rd. 21093
Monday, 10/29/18

12:00 pm - 2:30 pm

Physicians Billing White Marsh
Wilczeck Conference Rm. 2100
9910 Franklin Square Dr. 21237
Tuesday, 10/30/1810:30 pm – 1:30 pmSAIS, BOB Building 500
1717 Massachusetts Ave, DC 20036
Wednesday, 10/31/1810:00 am-12:30 pmCarey Business School 
Legg Mason Building, Rm 538
100 International Dr. 21202
Thursday, 11/1/189:00 am - 2:00 pmKeswick
South Building, Classrooms A & B
3910 Keswick Rd. 2121

After 11/1/18, please contact OHS-Homewood office at 443 997-1700 to schedule a flu vaccine appointment.

For questions, contact Carolyn Schopman at cschopman@jhu.edu. Please be aware that a valid JHU identification badge will be required.
 


 

JHOP Pharmacies (OutPatient)

The JHOP (OutPatient) Pharmacies located on the East Baltimore Campus will offer employees and staff free Flu Vaccinations starting on 10/22/2018. This is an adjunct to other flu vaccination programs for employees and staff. They will be rotating sites/times as below:

Please Note: Dates and times are subject to change for vaccine availability!

Date

Time

Location

Monday, 10/22/188 am - 7 pmMonument Street
Tuesday, 10/23/188 am - 7 pmArcade
Wednesday, 10/24/188 am - 7 pmArcade
Thursday, 10/25/188 am - 7 pmArcade
Friday, 10/26/188 am - 7 pmMonument Street
Monday, 10/29/188 am - 7 pmMonument Street
Tuesday, 10/30/188 am - 7 pmArcade
Wednesday, 10/31/188 am - 7 pmArcade
Thursday, 11/1/188 am - 7 pmArcade
Friday, 11/2/188 am - 7 pmMonument Street
Monday, 11/5/188 am - 7 pmMonument Street
Tuesday, 11/6/188 am - 7 pmArcade
Wednesday, 11/7/188 am - 7 pmArcade
Thursday, 11/8/188 am - 7 pmArcade
Friday, 11/9/188 am - 7 pmMonument Street
Monday, 11/12/188 am - 7 pmMonument Street
Tuesday, 11/13/188 am - 7 pmArcade
Wednesday, 11/14/188 am - 7 pmArcade
Thursday, 11/15/188 am - 7 pmArcade
Friday, 11/16/188 am - 7 pmMonument Street
 


Qualified Exceptions

Vaccine Received Elsewhere


 

Policy

Johns Hopkins Medicine

According to the new Mandatory Influenza Vaccination policy (HSE048) everyone must receive the influenza vaccine or possess an approved qualified exception as defined by the above policy. The vaccine is provided free to all physicians, faculty, staff, students, volunteers and personnel who work in the hospital. Vendors must show proof of having received the influenza vaccine before conducting business or working within the Johns Hopkins patient or clinical care areas.

As defined by the above policy, everyone who has not received the influenza vaccine must wear a mask within 6 feet of a patient during the flu season. The specific dates of this requirement are based on the influenza activity in the community and will be communicated widely to staff. Vaccinated staff will receive teal blue ID badge clip. Those who do not have a teal blue ID badge clip will be required to wear a mask.

Hospital policy (IFC022) states that staff members with a fever must stay home. Personnel who have respiratory symptoms but no fever can work, but they must wear a surgical mask. Please refer to the above respiratory policy for guidance concerning employees who become ill at work with flu-like symptoms.

Have questions about the mandatory flu vaccination policy?

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