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Table 11. Hepatitis B Screening and Vaccination Rates in HIV Infected Veterans in VHA Care in 2008

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Table 11. Hepatitis B Screening and Vaccination Rates in HIV Infected Veterans in VHA Care in 2008

Table 11. Hepatitis B Screening and Vaccination Rates in HIV Infected Veterans in VHA Care in 2008
Eligible Number in Care*Percent with VHA Hepatitis B Vaccine or Hepatitis B Immunity
* A Veteran was ineligible if he or she had VHA laboratory evidence of chronic hepatitis B infection.
Nation21,81477%
VISN (number)
VA New England Healthcare System (1)59372%
VA Healthcare Network Upstate New York (2)33566%
VA NY/NJ Veterans Healthcare Network (3)1,78281%
VA Healthcare - VISN 4 (4)97180%
VA Capitol Health Care Network (5)1,45084%
VA Mid-Atlantic Health Care Network (6)1,43376%
VA Southeast Network (7)2,26276%
VA Sunshine Healthcare Network (8)2,82474%
VA MidSouth Healthcare Network (9)79067%
VA Healthcare System of Ohio (10)51475%
Veterans in Partnership - VISN 11 (11)72373%
VA Great Lakes Health Care System (12)74580%
VA Heartland Network (15)50775%
South Central VA Health Care Network (16)1,90573%
VA Heart of Texas Health Care Network (17)1,11883%
VA Southwest Health Care Network (18)71079%
VA Rocky Mountain Network (19)39776%
VA Northwest Network (20)67969%
VA Sierra Pacific Network (21)1,11382%
VA Desert Pacific Healthcare Network (22)1,88189%
VA Midwest Health Care Network (23)34270%

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