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Employee vaccine programs protect your workforce and workplace! Whether needing an annual flu vaccination, Hepatitis vaccines, TB skin tests, or a travel-mandated vaccines, Axiom Medical’s vaccination services have you covered. We follow the best practice guidelines and adhere to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommendations.

Employee Vaccine Programs – An Overview:

Spreading of infection at a workplace is very common, and it puts both your employees and your business at risk. Onsite vaccines not only protect your employees but also provide a safe environment for your workforce to perform their duties successfully. At Axiom Medical, we provide a comprehensive vaccine program that includes annual flu shots, travel and work-related vaccines, such as Tetanus (Tdap) and Hepatitis.

Here is a list of commonly asked questions about Axiom Medical’s Vaccine Programs.

What are OnSite Vaccine Programs?

An onsite vaccine program is an effective and alternative approach to manage workforce vaccination through mobile or onsite flu or other immunization events. With Axiom Medical’s onsite flu and employee vaccination program, qualified healthcare providers arrive at a designated location to administer flu or other vaccines on a scheduled day. This approach is a convenient option for both employers and employees to get vaccinated.

What Types of Vaccines Are Offered by Axiom Medical’s Vaccination Programs?

Axiom Medical’s Employee Vaccination Program includes a wide variety of vaccines, including onsite flu shots, Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, Tetanus (Tdap), and work or travel-related vaccinations. Need additional vaccines? No problem! Contact an Axiom Medical Occupational Health Program Coordinator or your account representative for further assistance.

What is the Difference Between a Vaccine and an Immunization?

Vaccination is the process when a vaccine is administered to you by injecting a substance called antigen to stimulate the production of antibodies. Immunization is the immunity development through the antibody generation process, after taking the vaccine. A vaccine may provide immunity against one or several diseases.

How Long Does It Take to Get a Flu Vaccine?

Like taking any type of medication, the process of administering a flu vaccine is relatively short. Prior to performing the injection, the healthcare provider will discuss and review your medical history, including allergies. Once administered, the flu vaccine takes approximately two weeks to generate antibodies inside your body. This process helps your body to develop a positive immune response against the influenza virus infection. Therefore, healthcare providers recommend getting vaccinated before the flu season begins.

What is the Best Month to Get a Flu Shot?

Medical professionals recommend taking a flu shot about two weeks before the flu season starts. Ideally, the best time to take a flu shot is between early September and late October.