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Table 10. Influenza and Pneumococcal Vaccination Rates in HIV infected Veterans in VHA Care in 2008

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Table 10. Influenza and Pneumococcal Vaccination Rates in HIV infected Veterans in VHA Care in 2008

Table 10. Influenza and Pneumococcal Vaccination Rates in HIV infected Veterans in VHA Care in 2008
Percent with VHA Flu Vaccine during Oct 07 - March 08*Percent with VHA Pneumococcal Vaccine Ever*
*Veterans with documented allergy to the influenza vaccine or eggs are considered ineligible for the influenza vaccine
Nation59%72%
VISN (number)
VA New England Healthcare System (1)59%70%
VA Healthcare Network Upstate New York (2)59%65%
VA NY/NJ Veterans Healthcare Network (3)58%71%
VA Healthcare - VISN 4 (4)65%70%
VA Capitol Health Care Network (5)64%77%
VA Mid-Atlantic Health Care Network (6)66%78%
VA Southeast Network (7)65%75%
VA Sunshine Healthcare Network (8)57%76%
VA MidSouth Healthcare Network (9)58%70%
VA Healthcare System of Ohio (10)52%73%
Veterans in Partnership - VISN 11 (11)59%64%
VA Great Lakes Health Care System (12)59%70%
VA Heartland Network (15)57%71%
South Central VA Health Care Network (16)54%63%
VA Heart of Texas Health Care Network (17)65%74%
VA Southwest Health Care Network (18)50%69%
VA Rocky Mountain Network (19)56%59%
VA Northwest Network (20)54%61%
VA Sierra Pacific Network (21)56%72%
VA Desert Pacific Healthcare Network (22)55%78%
VA Midwest Health Care Network (23)67%71%

From Assessing Quality of Care
The State of Care for Veterans with HIV/AIDS
Office of Clinical Public Health Programs
Veterans Health Administration, 2009