Stay up to date on flu information by visiting the UAB flu site:
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- Hepatitis B Vaccine Declination
- Hepatitis-B Vaccine Informed Consent
- Measles, Mumps, and Rubella Vaccines
- Varicella Virus Vaccine
- Important Information About the Varicella Virus Vaccine
Requests for Records
- Request for Information from Employee Health
- Request for Information to University Hospital Employee Health
2012 - 2013 Flu Information
Exposures to Blood or Body Fluids
Healthcare workers are at risk for accidental needlesticks, splashes or other exposures to blood or body fluids. We all should do everything possible to protect ourselves (and others) from these occurrences by using safety devices, protective equipment, standard precautions and other elements of safe practice.
If an exposure occurs, the employee should report it as soon as possible to Employee Health. When the office is open, you can report directly to us. After hours, on weekends and holidays report by calling the Call Center at 934-3411 and asking them to page the person on call for the Needlestick Team.
Please read the Bloodborne Pathogen Exposure Control Plan for more information.
Hepatitis B is a blood borne virus that poses an occupational risk to some healthcare workers since it can be spread by contact with infected blood or body fluids. Employees whose jobs require direct patient contact and/or contact with blood and/or contact with contaminated instruments should make sure they are immune to Hepatitis B. Vaccination is offered in Employee Health to hospital employees whose job duties put them at risk. Please call our office for further information.