Seeking Healthcare Volunteers to Administer H1N1 Vaccinations

As everyone is aware, a massive initiative is underway across the country to immunize millions against the H1N1 (swine) flu. In an effort to protect our campus community, Montclair State University will be administering the H1N1 flu vaccine to students, faculty, and staff in the near future and we need your help.

We will be conducting mass immunization clinics to accomplish this task and are in need of medical professionals that are willing to volunteer to staff these clinics. The role would be to prepare and administer flu injections to adults over age 17 or conduct medical screenings. All volunteers need to hold a current license in New Jersey as an LPN, RN, APN, PA, registered Pharmacist, or MD.  Volunteers will be covered for liability protection. Clinics will run during day and evening hours in mid November. Financial compensation is not available but all volunteers will be able to receive the H1N1 vaccine.

If you are a qualified healthcare professional and would like to volunteer please fill out the survey. If you know someone who is a healthcare professional please direct him/her to the survey.

If you have further questions contact: Donna M. Barry, Director, University Health Center.