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Flu Vaccination Rates of Healthcare Workers


To prevent the spread of flu in Rhode Island by monitoring flu vacccination rates among facilities regulated by the Department of Health.

Key Information

Healthcare facilities regulated by the Department of Health are required to report each year on the flu vaccination status of their healthcare workers. Reporting takes place between April 1 and May 15 via a web-based form.

Rhode Island Numbers

Healthcare Worker Flu Vaccination Rates and Facility Reporting Rates
2016-2017 Flu Season

  • The Department of Health's goal is to increase the healthcare worker flu vaccination rate to 92% by the 2020-21 season.
  • During the 2016-17 flu season, 89% of healthcare workers at facilities that reported were vaccinated.
  • Eighty-nine percent of the 301 facilities required to report data reported (267). Thirty-four facilities did not report.
  • Four facility types met the 92% vaccination goal: Assisted Living Residences (100%), Physician Ambulatory Surgery Centers (96.7%), Kidney Disease Treatment Centers (94.2%), and Hospitals (92.7%).

Source: Office of Immunization, Rhode Island Department of Health

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Facility Type

Adult Day Care Program
Assisted Living Residence
Freestanding Amb. Surg. Center
Freestanding Emerg. Care Facility
Home Care Provider
Home Nursing Care Branch
Home Nursing Care Provider
Hospice Provider
Kidney Disease Treat. Center
Limited Health Service
Nursing Facility
Organized Amb. Care Facility
Organized Amb. Care Premises
Physician Ambulatory Surgery Center
Special Care Unit

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