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375th Medical Group

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H1N1 Vaccine at the 375th Medical Group
The 375th Medical Group is in receipt of a limited supply of injectable H1N1 vaccine from the State of Illinois Public Health Office designated for high risk non-active duty beneficiaries. The clinic will be offering H1N1 vaccinations to high risk beneficiaries. High risk beneficiaries encompass the following groups:
- Pregnant Women
-Persons aged 6 months to 24 years
-Persons aged 25-64 with underlying medical conditions, including:
· Chronic Pulmonary Disease (including asthma)
· Heart disease
· Kidney or liver disease
· Diabetes
· Immunosuppressed or transplant patients

We are authorized to administer this vaccine to active duty members who have high risk medical conditions (but not active duty who are considered high risk based upon age alone.)

A mass immunization day for the high risk patients noted above is planned for January 12, 2010 from 0900-1600, and will be held in the Medical Group basement.

There are no time interval requirements between the "high risk" vaccine and any other vaccine a patient may have received.

Patients may also receive their shots at their primary care clinic locations at the Medical Group.

-Belleville Family Medicine Clinic 0900-1100 M-F
1330-1530 M, T, Th, F (except Holidays)

-Scott Family Health Clinic 0700-1130
1300-1530 M-F (except Holidays)

-Pediatric Clinic 0800-1100
1330-1530 M-F (except Holidays)

H1N1 vaccine for Active Duty personnel still has not yet been received from DoD. Once received, further instructions will follow on distribution to this beneficiary population. If you have any questions, please contact Public Health at 618-256-4986.