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ATTENTION SCHOOL NURSE/SCHOOL REPRESENTATIVE: The 2016-2017 New Hampshire Annual School Immunization On-line Survey is now closed. Thank you to all who have completed and submitted their report.

The NH Immunization Program will permit any school which has not yet completed and submitted their 2016-2017 Immunization Report, a final opportunity to do so no later than December 31, 2016.

After that time, the NH Commissioner of Health and Human Services will be notified of any school in non-compliance with the NH State Statue.

You may submit your school’s report hard copy only by completing the School Report Form Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbol and sending to the Immunization Program by one of the following methods:

Fax: (603) 271-3850 ATTN: Cindy Watts
Email: [email protected]
Mail: NH Immunization Program
29 Hazen Drive
Concord, NH 03301
ATTN: Cindy Watts

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(603) 271-4482

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boy getting a flu shotSchool-Based Influenza Immunization Clinics

In 2015, the New Hampshire Immunization Program (NHO) partnered with eight Regional Public Health Networks to organize school-based influenza immunization clinics. These clinics were held in the North Country, Upper Valley, Center NH, Carroll County, Greater Sullivan, Winnipesaukee, and Capital Area regions of the state. The clinics were an overwhelming success – vaccinating 7,000 from 133 schools against influenza!

The Public Health Networks worked with the Medical Reserve Corps, volunteers, nursing school students and school nurses to schedule clinic times, distribute and collect consent forms, and ensure a safe clinic environment. The NHIP provided the vaccine along with financial and technical support.

Parents appreciated the clinics because they didn’t have to miss work to get their child immunized. School nurses liked it because their schools had less illness during the 2015-2016 influenza season.

In the Fall of 2016, the NHIP and Public Health Networks will continue offering school-based clinics. If your school would like more information about holding a clinic in the Fall, please call (603) 271-4482.

Hats off to all who participated in the 2015-2016 school-based clinics and contributed to the high immunization rates!

A special thanks to all the participating schools.

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