Plan Your Flu Clinics
Planning your flu clinics is simplified with MFV resources such as your clinic posters, Myths & Facts brochures and flu vaccine reference charts!Download MFV Clinic Planner
- Plan your clinic date(s) for mid-September through mid-December clinics.
- Place your flu vaccine order for the approximate quantities and presentations you anticipate needing. Note, you may select multiple presentations and multiple delivery dates to satisfy your anticipated patient needs.
- Order patient and provider marketing materials - complimentary for all FFF flu vaccine customers.
- Beginning in mid-August:
- Put your flu clinic poster up, after you fill in with the dates and times for your clinics in the white space at the bottom of the poster
- Set the Flu Vaccine Myths & Facts Brochures out for patients to dispel many of the common myths surrounding safety, efficacy and importance of getting their annual flu vaccination
- Create a clinic sign-up sheet for each clinic
- Communications - Depending upon your size and the communications platforms available to you, you may wish to market your flu clinics in any of the following manners:
- In office - poster, brochures and sign-up sheets
- Patient calls
- Advertisement in community publications or at community forums such as places of religious affiliation, community centers, schools, etc.
- Email to patient groups
- 72 hours before clinic day:
- Review vaccine order, and call FFF immediately if you require additional vaccine
- Check to be sure you have all supplies for the day of your clinic to include your vaccine, needles, syringes, disposable gloves, alcohol pads, sharps containers, and patient authorization forms
- 24 - 48 hours before clinic day:
- Place reminder calls to those on sign-up list and ask if they would like to bring a friend or family member
- If you have not already received and stored your flu vaccine, you should receive it now
- Time to vaccinate!
- Please do not forget to change your gloves between each vaccination, and place discarded needles in a Sharps container for safe disposal.