Stay happy and healthy by getting a flu shot October 7-November 1. Flu season will be here soon, and getting vaccinated helps protect you, your loved ones, your patients, and your co-workers.
There are three ways you can stick it to the flu:
- Attend one of the flu clinics happening throughout the network October 7-November 1. Campus-specific schedules are linked later in this article.
- Go to your nearest Kroger Pharmacy or The Little Clinic with this voucher, then send proof of vaccination to KHNFluCampaign@ketteringhealth.org or fax it to (937) 522-9295.
- Get your flu vaccine at your primary care provider’s office. Send proof of vaccination to KHNFluCampaign@ketteringhealth.org or fax it to (937) 522-9295.
Flu shots are required for all employees and volunteers. You have until November 1 to get your shot. Click on a facility below to download the schedule of free flu shot clinics for that campus. Schedules are also available on the Employee Health intranet page.
- ASB, Prestige, Sycamore Glen Health Center
- Fort Hamilton Hospital
- Greene Memorial Hospital and Soin Medical Center
- Grandview Medical Center
- Kettering Medical Center
- Southview Medical Center
- Sycamore Medical Center
Please check back if your campus currently does not have a clinic schedule posted. All clinic schedules will be posted by October 7.
If you are eligible for a medical or lifetime religious exemption from a flu shot, please have your health care provider fill out the forms below and submit it to KHNFluCampaign@ketteringhealth.org or your campus Employee Health Department no later than October 1.
Medical exemptions for Kettering Health Network’s flu shot policy follow CDC guidelines:
- People who have had a severe, documented allergy to a previous flu vaccine
- People with a “severe allergic reaction (ex: anaphylaxis) to egg protein…” (Note: Employees and volunteers with egg allergies can safely be vaccinated with the FluBlok vaccine.)
People who have developed Guillan-Barre syndrome within six weeks following a flu vaccine should consult with their physician.
Questions about the network’s flu policy? Click here to find answers to frequently asked questions.