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COVID-19 vaccination is the most important preventive measure of 2021. While not all providers currently administer the vaccine, as the national leader in prevention EHE Health is preparing to obtain the vaccine for all of our eligible patients.
Here’s what you need to know to be prepared when it’s your turn.
It’s critical to know when you are eligible for vaccination.
Eligibility is different in each state. Generally, in accordance with CDC guidelines, priority is given to health care workers, long-term care facility residents, and individuals over 65 years old, as well as those whose underlying medical conditions put them at greater risk for a more severe case of COVID-19. Common high-risk conditions include but are not limited to: obesity, diabetes, hypertension, COPD or moderate to severe asthma.
Consideration may also be made for people who are pregnant, smoke, or have compromised immunity. It’s critical to know if you have a high-risk condition and may qualify for early vaccination.
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Schedule your exam to find out if you may qualify for
vaccination in your state.
You’re eligible for vaccines within a year of your exam.
EHE Health patients may receive available vaccinations on the day of their preventive exam and may come back to complete the series within the year.
• HPV vaccine
• Hepatitis A vaccine
• Hepatitis B. vaccine
• Meningitis vaccine
• MMR vaccine
• Pneumococcal (P23)
• Shingles vaccine
• TD/Tdap vaccine
• Varicella vaccine
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