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DOD Immunization Program

Date of Publication:

7/23/2019

Definition:

A single, uniform program, administered by the DHA, that the DoD Components will use to provide educational, public health, and clinical services to deliver and assess the effect of immunizations for eligible beneficiaries.

This program includes immunizations to protect the total force and other eligible beneficiaries against both naturally occurring diseases and biological threats.

Clinical services include disease surveillance, vaccine supply monitoring, pre-immunization education and screening, clinical administration of immunizations, post-immunization follow-up, and patient safety surveillance for effectiveness, and patient advocacy and care following adverse events following immunization.

Source of Definition:

DODI 6205.02 DOD Immunization Program

DHA Address: 7700 Arlington Boulevard | Suite 5101 | Falls Church, VA | 22042-5101

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