Employee Vaccinations

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Flu and other serious illnesses lead to sick days, added healthcare costs and lower productivity. We offer a variety of vaccinations to prevent and reduce illness in the workplace. Reduce your costs and increase your productivity by keeping your employees healthy with proper vaccinations.

We will educate your employee and help assure them that contrary to some beliefs, vaccinations are not painful nor do they cause the sickness they are intended to help your body fight. Please encourage your employees to get vaccinated at Liberty Urgent Care.

Liberty Urgent Care offers the following employee vaccinations:

InfluenzaAccording to the CDC, “The flu causes U.S. workers to lose up to 111 million workdays at an estimated $7 billion a year in sick days and lost productivity.” Protect your employees with a flu shot.

Pneumonia – Pneumonia is an infection of the lungs that sends nearly 1 million Americans to the hospital annually! It is largely preventable through vaccination.

Hepatitis B – The OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens Standard requires that Employers offer Hepatitis B vaccinations to any employees who perform tasks that may involve exposure to blood or body fluids. Liberty Urgent Care offers the 3-dose series.

Chickenpox (Varicella) – While chickenpox during childhood is common and generally mild, the infection is much more severe in adults. It can lead to dangerous complications such as pneumonia, sepsis, and encephalitis. Fortunately, vaccination is very effective and can protect your employees from this extremely contagious infection.

Tetanus (Tdap) – Any workers in contact with soil, sewage or domestic animals should be vaccinated for tetanus. The Tdap vaccine protects against tetanus, diphtheria, and pertussis.

MMR – Protect against measles, mumps, and rubella.

TB (PPD) – The purified protein derivative (PPD) skin test helps determine if you suffer from tuberculousis. TB is a highly contagious disease and workers at increased risk of coming into contact with the bacteria must be routinely screened.