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New Jersey Influenza Honor Roll

New Jersey Influenza Honor Roll

Winners of the 2017-2018 New Jersey Influenza Honor Roll have been announced! The inaugural Honor Roll serves to recognize educational institutions, businesses, and community-based partners that are striving to promote influenza prevention at their facilities.

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NJ College & University Flu Challenge

NJ College & University Flu Challenge

The inaugural NJ College & University Flu Challenge (for academic year 2017-2018) will allow colleges and universities in the state to team up with NJDOH to improve flu vaccination rates among students. This year, we have 8 schools participating: Monmouth, Seton Hall, Rowan, Centenary, Rider, Kean, Rutgers-Camden, and County College of Morris.

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Immunization Action Coalition

Immunization Action Coalition

The Immunization Action Coalition has an honor roll for flu vaccination efforts, recognizing the stellar examples of influenza vaccination mandates in healthcare settings.

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Overview

                     

To recognize the exemplary work being done to improve health outcomes in New Jersey, the DOH has created the Public Health Innovators Awards. This month , we are highlighting facilities that have some of the highest employee vaccination rates as a result of implementing influenza vaccination policies for their staff.

Penn Medicine Princeton Health

         

Ninety-eight percent of Penn Medicine Princeton Health staff have been vaccinated against flu.

Inglemoor Rehabilitation & Care Center

                 

At Inglemoor Rehabilitation & Care Center in Livingston, 99 percent of the staff have been vaccinated.

 

Trinitas Regional Medical Center

                     

Trinitas Regional Medical Center's strict flu vaccination policy has resulted in a 97% compliance rate among employees.

Last Reviewed: 4/25/2018