My name is Andrew Gonzalez, Volunteer Coordinator for Champions for Health and Vaccine Coordinator for this year's flu season. We are a non profit 5013(c) organization whose mission is to ensure everyone has access to care as well improving the overall health of our community. In partnership with the County of San Diego Health and Human Services Agency, we have been able to provide free influenza vaccines for low-income areas for the past three years. Last year we vaccinated over 1,100's individuals and with your help we hope to protect even more San Diegans. We even have the opportunity to provide the Tdap (Adacel) vaccine as well PCV 13 (Prevnar) so we are definitely excited!
I want to thank you for your interest to be part of our dream team and support our cause. We really can't do this without your expertise and dedication to the community. Below are the available flu clinics that can still use health champions like you to assist. If you coming from a nursing association like American Red Cross, San Diego Black Nurses Association, or San Diego National Association of Hispanic Nurses please say so on the comment section when signing up.
The Health Promoter Role is someone who is passionate about public health and fluent in Spanish. They will assist with paperwork as well as interpret for nurses if needed.
Go to this link to sign up for a flu clinic:
Thank you again for your support and if you have any questions let me know! Looking forward to working with you this fall!
(858) 300-2787 (Office)
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Requirements & Commitment
- Must be licensed to administer vaccines