Physician Ambulatory Surgery Center Healthcare Worker Flu Vaccination Rates
2019-2020 flu season

Influenza (flu) is a serious health threat. It is important that all healthcare workers get vaccinated against the flu each year to prevent the spread of flu among staff and patients at healthcare facilities. It is especially important that healthcare workers who care for high-risk persons such as older adults, pregnant women, and people living with chronic medical conditions get vaccinated.

What you should do

  • Improve your facility flu vaccination rates. more
  • Require unvaccinated workers to wear a surgical face mask during direct patient contact if the Director of Health declares flu to be widespread. more

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Note: Blank space indicates that there are no Healthcare Workers in this type.
Vaccinated: % of HCWs who received an influenza vaccination
Medically Exempt: % of HCWs who declined due to medical contraindications
Refused: % of HCWs who declined for reasons other than medical contraindications
Unknown: % of HCWs whose vaccination status was unknown

Source: Office of Immunization, Rhode Island Department of Health