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Intravene influenza clinic
Division of Medical Associates of Central Virginia, Inc.


Fall Immunization Program

Monday, October 18, 2010

No appointment necessary- 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
McComas Hall Gym


Wednesday, December 1, 2010

No Appointment necessary- 12 noon – 6p.m.
McComas Hall Gym

Flu, Meningitis, and other vaccines will be given. 

Make sure your child is protected against the flu!!!!!!!!!

Click here for the Informed Consent Form (PDF) to be filled out
and mailed or faxed to Intravene if the student is under 18 years of age.

Influenza, the flu, often strikes college campuses during critical times such as midterm or final exams. In addition to students missing important classes, sometimes the flu leads to other illnesses such as pneumonia, bronchitis, or ear infections. And, you could bring Influenza home to the older members of your family on winter break! The vaccine is highly effective in preventing the flu and preventing an outbreak. Influenza vaccine is also available in an intranasal form instead of injection. This form of the vaccine must be reserved by calling Intravene. The H1N1 strain which emerged last winter has been included in both seasonal influenza preparations available in the fall. 
Learn more from The CDC.
Influenza in the United States
The Influenza Vaccine (PDF)

Meningococcal Meningitis is a serious and sometimes fatal disease which affects the brain and spinal cord. This disease continues to increase on college campuses. There is a safe and effective vaccine which provides protection against 4 of the 5 types of Meningitis. The Commonwealth of Virginia requires vaccination against meningococcal disease or a signed waiver for all incoming full-time students at Virginia Tech and other public four-year institutions of higher education. Vaccination must be received and documentation provided prior to enrollment at Virginia Tech.
Learn more from The CDC.
Meningococcal Disease
The Meningococcal Vaccine (PDF)

Hepatitis B is a serious liver infection that can cause severe liver damage and can lead to death. Hepatitis B is an infection that is passed through blood and body fluids (sexual contact, sharing of needles or razors, tattooing or piercing, contact sports). According to the CDC statistics, every year in the United States approximately 240,000 people are infected with hepatitis B and there are approximately 0.75 to 1.0 million chronic carriers of hepatitis B virus in the United States, one third of who do not know the source of their infection. The CDC also states that in some settings, the hepatitis B virus can be up to 100 times more contagious than the AIDS virus. 
Learn more from The CDC.
Hepatitis B
The Hepatitis B Vaccine (PDF)

Gardasil is a vaccine which protects against the 4 major types of the 40 types of HPV. HPV (Genital Human Papillomavirus) is the virus which as been associated with cervical cancer. Of these 4 types 2 can cause about 70% of cervical cancer and 2 can cause about 90% of genital warts. It is recommended for girls 11-12 years of age before exposure to HPV. Once exposed the vaccine will not protect against disease.
Learn more from the CDC.

Click here for more information about some of the vaccines available.

Influenza – $25.00

Meningitis $125.00

Tetanus/ Diphtheria  $30.00

Tetanus/Diptheria/Pertussis (Tdap) $50.00
Hepatitis A (two injections) $70.00 each
Hepatitis B (three injections) $70.00 each
M/M/R $55.00 (Mumps, Measles & Rubella)
Twinrix (three injections) $110.00 each (Hepatitis A and B)

Gardasil (HPV Vaccine- three injections) $150.00 per dose

TB Screening - No Charge

Payable at time of clinic by Cash, Check, Major Credit Card.
For more information call Intravene at 1-877-947-3902, extension 2172.

Sponsored by: Schiffert Health Center