Flu vaccinations are mandatory (HR.4.5.18) for all UAMS employees, volunteers, non-employees,* and students.
According to CDC guidelines, the influenza vaccination is the best strategy to protect the health of our staff and students and the patients and families we serve. Take advantage of the many Student and Employee Health Services (SEHS) mass vaccination clinics being offered.
You will not be able to get a flu shot at the SEHS clinics until after this season’s flu shot schedule is completed. Only high-dose and Flu Blok vaccines are available through the Student and Employee Health clinic until after the deadline, Wednesday, Nov. 17.
Complete the Online Flu Vaccination Consent Form
Flu vaccination consent is paperless. Before you get in line to receive a vaccine from a SEHS clinic, please do the following:
- Complete the online flu consent form no more than 48 hours prior to arriving at the flu clinic. After 48 hours, the consent will be void and a new consent will need to be completed. Failing to complete the consent prior to arriving will delay your vaccination.
- Bring your UAMS ID badge to the flu vaccination clinic.
Employees and students working outside of Pulaski County may receive their vaccine at one of the Regional Centers. Please contact the employee health nurse at your local Regional Centers to arrange for your vaccine.
Display Your Flu Tag
All employees, non-employees, and students must display a red tag on their badge showing that they received a flu shot. These tags will be given during the vaccination clinics.
If you receive your vaccination outside of a Student and Employee Health flu clinic, please forward your documentation to firstname.lastname@example.org along with your slot number so we may IDM your tag to you, or bring your documentation to the clinic to receive your tag.
Beginning Wednesday, Nov. 17, 2021, employees and students who do not get the flu shot and are not granted an exemption will be subject to disciplinary measures.
Student and Employee Health Services Clinic: 4301 W. Markham, Slot 530-7, Little Rock, AR 72205 Central Building G600 and G820
Located on the ground floor of the Central Building at room G820 off the corridor leading to the parking deck (Parking 2)
Open from 7:00 a.m. to 7 p.m., Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday each week until the deadline on Nov. 17. There are two weekend clinics planned for Saturday, Oct. 9, and Sunday, Nov. 7. Weekend clinic hours are 8 a.m to noon. Flu vaccine clinics are closed for holidays.
*Non-employees are defined as non-UAMS workers, contractors, visiting students, visiting faculty, pharmaceutical representatives, traveling nurses, locum tenens physicians, custodians, and employees of businesses who work on a UAMS campus.