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Let the Kroger Family of Pharmacies provide flu vaccinations to your employees!
Planning for next year’s flu season is just around the corner. The Kroger Family of Pharmacies is currently scheduling bookings for Workplace Flu Vaccinations.
Why offer flu shots to your employees?
• The CDC recommends a yearly flu vaccine as the first and most important step in protecting against flu viruses.
• Flu costs businesses approximately $10.4 billion* in direct cost for hospitalizations and outpatient visits.
• Flu shots reduce work absenteeism due to upper respiratory illness by 43%**
• Flu shots reduce work absenteeism due to illness by 36% **
• Flu shots reduce physician office visits for upper respiratory illness by 44% **
Who should receive a Flu Shot?
The CDC now recommends an annual flu shot for all people age 6 months and older. So, all employees, dependents and family members should be considered candidates for a flu shot to reduce absenteeism, presenteeism and flu related medical expenses. Contact Kroger at the number below to learn more; due to legal restrictions, vaccination age limits vary by State.
Convenience, Wellness, Savings and Professionalism
The Kroger Company is headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio and is one of the nation’s largest grocery retailers. Kroger spans 31 states and operates nearly 2,000 retail pharmacy locations and The Little Clinic ® convenience care clinics.
The Kroger Family of Pharmacies and The Little Clinic® have the experience to tailor a workplace flu shot program suitable to your needs.
Thanks to our national network of pharmacy partners our flu program has 100% U.S. coverage- 50 states and the District of Columbia. Convenient to 96% US Population- A Kroger Family of Pharmacies store or a partner store will be within 10 miles of your member's home or place of work.
Key aspects of the worksite flu clinics include:
Flu Vaccine Vouchers
• The Kroger Co. can provide on-site vaccine vouchers that associates and covered members can redeem at any of our in-store pharmacies or The Little Clinic® locations, without the need of an appointment, providing for ease, choice and flexibility.
On-site Vaccine Administration Clinics
• A Kroger representative will work in collaboration with an employer’s local contact to set- up turn-key, on-site vaccine clinics that are convenient to employees. Kroger will bring all vaccine and supplies (including latex-free), emergency kits, and sufficient assistance to accommodate all employees. (Minimum number of employees required.)
Experienced Relationship Managers ready to help your associates
• Contact Pat Achoe at 1.877.904.2415 or firstname.lastname@example.org to begin the process.
Our staff is comprised of specially trained pharmacists and nurse practitioners who deliver our services in a professional manner. The Kroger Company works with select trusted business partners to offer the highest quality services to its clients throughout the country.
The Kroger Company works with companies of all sizes and can accommodate your needs if you have one location or multiple locations in various states.
Kroger pharmacies employ safeguards that ensure the privacy and security of the client’s records. We also can provide participation reports as needed.
Kroger has an established track record of integrating with a Wellness program to offer a seamless preventive health benefit for your employees.
In addition to flu vaccines, The Kroger Company offers a complete range of Wellness Services including health screenings, Lifestyle Management Services (i.e. smoking cessation and fitness nutrition and weight management) and Diabetes and Heart Health coaching programs. We are excited to share the benefits of providing these services to employees as well.
To discuss pricing and clinic options specific to your company’s needs or for more information on our Workplace Flu Vaccine Program or any of our Kroger Wellness Services please call Pat Achoe at 1.877.904.2415 or email@example.com.
*Molinari NA, Ortega-Sanchez IR, Messonnier ML, et al. The annual impact of seasonal influenza in the US: Measuring disease burden and costs. Vaccine. 2007;25(27):5086-5096.
** Based on a double blind, placebo-controlled study of 849 full time workers ages 18-64 during the 1994-95 flu season (Nichol, MEJM, 1995)