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Flu Clinic Planning Tips – Part 1

Vaccine Campaign Check List Part 1

January is not too early to begin your annual flu clinic planning.


  • Review immunization laws, regulations, recommendations and standards.
  • Review what was done in your community in the past.
  • Identify under-served populations and determine target populations.
  • Make contact with (and research clinic locations convenient to) target populations.
  • Reserve key space such as a senior center or city hall.
  • Begin to recruit volunteers.


  • Review the vaccine ordering process.


During the planning process, keep in mind that proper equipment can simplify the process and prevent cold chain incidences:
Three of VeriCor’s product lines will help simplify the entire vaccination process and prevent cold chain incidences:

  1. Vaccine Transporters – Specialized coolers that don’t use gel packs, ice packs, or electricity, yet hold required temperatures for 60+ hours. Certified thermometers available.
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  2. Vaccination Kits – Complete, organized systems of vaccination supplies; just add staff and vaccine. It’s as easy as: store, transport, setup.
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  3. Nursing Workstations – Rolling workstations with integrated table, drawers, bins, and an under-the-counter refrigerator (no freezer).
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***Part 2: Coming early March***