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immunize

verb counterbalance, countervail, free, grant immunity, guard against, inoculate, make safe, not affected by, offset, preserve, privileged, protect, resist, safeguard, shield, shield from damage, shield from danger, shield from injury, unsusceptible to, vaccinate against
See also: protect
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Licensed and certified pharmacist immunizers in Florida are also able to administer flu vaccine, which Walgreens offers daily at all of its stores throughout the flu season.
Part of the company's commitment to positioning its pharmacists as immunizers was the creation of a team of specialized trainers.
For example, during the last cold and flu season, Winn-Dixie had just over 400 trained immunizers among its pharmacy ranks.
Licensed and certified pharmacist immunizers may now administer the following vaccines in Massachusetts, all of which are available at Walgreens, to adults 18 years of age and older:
H-E-B pharmacists are certified immunizers and focus not only on the flu but on such other heath conditions as hepatitis A and B; HPV/ cervical cancer; measles, mumps, rubella (MMR); meningitis; pneumonia; shingles (herpes zoster); tetanus, diphtheria; pertussis (Tdap); and varicella.
Rite Aid pharmacists, all certified immunizers, are available to consult with customers.
Walgreens network of more than 26,000 certified immunizers has demonstrated our unique capabilities to provide a wide range of CDC-recommended vaccinations when it's most convenient for our patients.
The company has created the largest retail network of certified immunizers, with more than 27,000 pharmacists and clinicians providing flu shots and other immunizations.
H-E-B pharmacists are certified immunizers, administering flu shots for adults and children age 7 and older.
The company has expanded its network of certified immunizers and other health care professionals to more than 26,000, up from 16,000 at the start of last year's flu season.
Whether it be their expanded role in the delivery of pharmacy-centric services to promote adherence, or the access provided to the community by having 20,000 certified CVS pharmacist immunizers readily available to administer a variety of preventative vaccinations, or as educators who help their patients navigate their pharmacy benefit design to ensure cost-effective management of their condition, CVS pharmacists have become a valuable asset within the community for helping to improve access, quality and cost of care.
Nation's largest retail network of more than 25,000 certified immunizers providing unprecedented access to flu shots