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Employee Health Clinic

Free flu shots available Sept. 11 for all UTMB employees, retirees and volunteers

Influenza is a contagious respiratory illness that affects 5 to 20% of Americans each year. Getting a seasonal flu shot is a safe and effective way to protect yourself and others against the risk of infection.

As a condition of continued employment, health care workers must get an annual flu shot or formally decline the vaccination. All other employees, retirees and volunteers are strongly encouraged to get vaccinated, unless prohibited for medical reasons.

Vaccination Requirements and Locations
Injectable Consent Form or Injectable Consent Form for Contractors
Intranasal Consent Form or Intranasal Consent Form for Contractors
Declination Statement
Seasonal Influenza Vaccine: FAQs
IHOP Policy 3.7.7 Vaccination of Health Care Workers
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

The Employee Health Clinic provides work-related health services to employees.

Annual TB Screening for Health Care Workers
UTMB requires all health care workers to participate in annual tuberculosis (TB) screening.
This institutional requirement applies to anyone who provides direct patient care, enters patient rooms or comes within six feet of patients in the course of his or her duties.


  • Work related health services for employees
  • Health assessment and new employee medical clearance
  • Clinical occupational health program
  • Research occupational health program
  • Immunizations & TB compliance
  • Medical treatment and followup for blood-borne pathogen & communicable disease exposures
  • Work related injury treatment - First Aid
  • Foreign travel medical examination
  • Urine drug screen collection

Contact Us

Monday – Friday
7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Primary Care Pavilion
Suite 125
400 Harborside Dr.
Galveston, TX 77555

(409) 747-9172

Employee Health Clinic