Registrars will check the consent form and health insurance information before the participant is able to get vaccinated.
A current insurance card and completed consent form.
We suggest you begin to advertise your clinic no later than one month before it is scheduled. You will receive posters and e-mail templates to use for this purpose.
Depending on the estimated size of your clinic there may be more than one nurse at your site. Each nurse will have an accompanying technician.
The injectable (flu shot) vaccine, consent form, poster, and sample e-mails to help you promote clinics. Read on for more information.
All seasonal flu vaccines administered at our workplace clinics are preservative-free and quadrivalent vaccines.
The flu shot is offered at our workplace clinics.
The seasonal flu shot will be offered at no out-of-pocket costs to employees at our workplace clinics upon presentation of their Minnesota Advantage Health Plan ID card.
The consent form will be available prior to your clinic. You will find it in Campaign Resources for Site Coordinators.
Our campaign poster has been updated to promote your clinic. You will find it in Campaign Resources for Site Coordinators.
About a month before the clinics start, MMB will provide you sample e-mails that can be used to notify or advertise the clinic(s) to your employees.
Homeland Health Specialists, Inc.
1621 E Hennepin Ave, Ste. 230
Minneapolis, MN 55414
Coordinators should visit the Website to check the clinic locator and make sure your clinics are listed correctly. Discrepancies should be reported to Dawn Cvengros at 651-259-3705 or firstname.lastname@example.org immediately.
Dawn Cvengros at 651-259-3705 or email@example.com.
The consent form for influenza is available on line at Campaign Resources for Site Coordinators. Consent forms will also be available at the clinic.
The consent form may be completed prior to attending the clinic or the participant may complete the consent form at the clinic.