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The NJIIS recommendations are based on the current ACIP, AAP and AAFP schedule for routine well child immunization. The recommended schedule of immunizations for children who are immuno-compromised or have other serious medical conditions is not included in this system.

 

 

 

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Updated 01-20-2017 - Please scroll to read the entire message

  • 01/20/2017- The New Jersey VFC Program would like to share a QUICK GUIDE as a reminder of how to enter vaccine administration data into NJIIS after revaccinating a patient. Should you have further questions about entering vaccine administration data into NJIIS, please contact your NJIIS Trainer by SUBMITTING AN ONLINE INQUIRY.
  • Southern Ocean Pediatrics and Family Medicine/Improper vaccine storage
  • 01/06/2017- Click Here to read the Fall 2016 NJ VFC Newsletter.

    THE CDC HAS CHANGED THE MINIMUM TEMPERATURE TO STORE REFRIGERATED VACCINE FROM 35F to 36F, click here for more information. Click hereto view the Vaccine Storage and Handling Toolkit.
  • 2017 PROGRAM RE-ENROLLMENT: To remain an active participant with the New Jersey Vaccines for Children (VFC) and/or the 317-Funded Adult (317) Program in 2017, every provider must re-enroll between November 29, 2016 and December 23, 2016. Click here for re-enrollment directions.
  • 2016-2017 Influenza Vaccine Update: 11/18/16, Influenza vaccines may be ordered in amounts of 300 doses, as appropriate for your VFC patient population. Order sufficient stock to last 3+ weeks. Influenza vaccine is available for 317-Funded Adult providers.
  • 8/31/2016- The New Jersey VFC Program is pleased to announce ordering for influenza vaccine will open for all VFC and 317-Funded Adult (317) Program providers. Click Here for ordering instructions. VFC and 317 influenza vaccine must only be given to VFC or 317 eligible patients. Federally-funded (VFC or 317) vaccine cannot be borrowed for use in non-eligible patients. Likewise, private vaccine should not be given to VFC or 317 eligible patients. Borrowing between public and private stock vaccine is not permitted.
  • 06/15/2016 - The New Jersey Department of Health (NJDOH) and Rutgers University-New Brunswick, with support from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, strongly recommend that certain Rutgers University-New Brunswick populations receive the full 3-dose series of Trumenba, with the first 2 doses received during the summer of 2016. For more information on the outbreak of meningococcal disease associated with Rutgers University,New Brunswick and the vaccination recommendations, please click here. Providers who participate in either the New Jersey Vaccines for Children (VFC) or 317- Funded Adult Program can order Trumenba for individuals recommended to be vaccinated as part of this outbreak response.