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January 11. 2010

An additional supply of the injectable H1N1 vaccine has been received at Brady Health. Therefore we now have both the nasal spray form of the H1N1 vaccine and the injectable form. Either H1N1 vaccine is available at no charge to any student, faculty or staff member of Frostburg State who desires to receive the vaccine. Because of increased availability, there are no longer any restrictions on who can receive H1N1 vaccination. Call 301-687-4310 to schedule an appointment or if you have any questions.

If you have not already received the H1N1 vaccine, get it now before the expected "third wave" hits.


December 9, 2009

To all students, faculty and staff,

With the governor's announcement yesterday that H1N1 vaccine can now be distributed to the general public, Brady Health will open up vaccination to any current student, faculty or staff member who desires vaccination. We ONLY have the H1N1 Flu Mist (nasal spray) vaccine available. We do not anticipate getting any more injectable H1N1 vaccine before the winter break.

However, the injectable H1N1 vaccine, as well as injectable seasonal vaccine, will be available through an Allegany County Health Department vaccination clinic this Friday, Dec. 11, at the Allegany County Fairgrounds, off of McMullen Highway (U.S. 220), from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The H1N1 vaccine will be offered free of charge, but there is a $30 fee for the seasonal vaccine. This clinic is open to everyone. For more information, visit the Health Department Web site:

The nasal spray vaccine offered at Brady Health may be taken by healthy individuals aged 2 - 49 years. Anyone with a history of asthma, diabetes, immune suppression, pregnancy or chronic medical problems would not be able to take the nasal vaccine. Vaccination at Brady Health will be by appointment, so please call 301-687- 4310 to schedule if you desire vaccination here. There will be no charge for the visit or vaccine for H1N1.

On a related matter, Brady Health did receive a small shipment of seasonal flu vaccine (injectable) that is now available for $20 a dose. Once again, if you desire that vaccine, please also call and schedule an appointment.

A happy and hopefully flu-free healthy holiday to all


November 14, 2009

Brady Health Center continues to have doses of the 2009 H1N1 Live, Attenuated Influenza Vaccine ("the nasal spray vaccine") available.

This vaccine is for healthy individuals only between the ages of 2 and 49. It can not be taken by anyone who is pregnant, anyone with a weakened immune system or anyone with long-term health problems as heart disease, lung disease, asthma, diabetes, kidney or liver disease. An information sheet about the vaccine may be viewed at

2009 H1N1 Live Influenza Vaccine

To comply with the priority group specifications from the CDC, this nasal spray vaccine will be available to healthy individuals age 24 and under only. Those age 25 to 64 with a qualifying medical condition can not receive this vaccine.

Eligible students should call Brady Health for an appointment to receive the vaccine at 301-687-4310. There will be no charge for the visit for the vaccine.


November 9, 2009

H1N1 Vaccine Clinic for FSU Students, Faculty and Staff

There will be a clinic for H1N1 flu vaccination on Wednesday, November 11, 2009 from 2:30 pm - 5:00 pm at the Brady Health Center.

This clinic is for Frostburg State University students, faculty and staff who are in the priority group as specified by CDC. The priority group includes:

  • those who are age 24 or under
  • those aged 25 - 64 years of age with a qualifying medical condition as asthma, diabetes, chronic heart disease (except hypertension), chronic kidney disease, chronic liver disease, neurological or neuromuscular disease or immune suppression
  • those who are pregnant
  • those who are caregivers or parents of infants less than 6 months of age
    Both the inactivated H1N1 flu vaccine and the H1N1 Nasal vaccine will be available. See the links below in the November 4, 2009 update for additional information on the two vaccines.

Both the inactivated H1N1 flu vaccine (flu shot) and the H1N1 Nasal vaccine will be available. See the links below in the November 4, 2009 update for further information.

There will be no charge for this vaccination clinic

Students less than 18 years of age will need to have their parent or legal guardian sign the consent before the clinic occurs. Such students should call Brady Health at 301-687-4310 to make arrangements.

Students, faculty and staff should bring their Frostburg University ID to the clinic. Also all who are receiving the H1N1 flu shot should make sure that they wear something short sleeved or sleeveless so that vaccination can easily be administered.

Feel free to call Brady Health if you have any questions


November 4, 2009

H1N1 Vaccine Clinic for FSU Students

The first H1N1 flu vaccine clinic will be held on Sunday, November 8, 2009, from 3 pm to 7 pm in the PE center, Lower Level Gym. This clinic is for CURRENT STUDENTS ONLY who meet the CDC criteria for vaccination at this time. For this clinic, the vaccine administration fee will be waived; there will be no charge. Both the injectable form and the intranasal form (nasal spray) will be available. Information sheets about each of the vaccines are available through the following links:

2009 H1N1 Influenza Inactivated Vaccine (flu shot)
2009 H1N1 Influenza Live Attenuated Vaccine (nasal spray)

Students MUST bring their FSU photo ID to the clinic.

Students should wear short sleeved or sleeveless tops to make vaccination easier. Students who are under the age of 18 will need to have their parent or legal guardian accompany them to the clinic to sign the consent. If that can not be arranged, those students should call Brady Health Center (301-687-4310) for other arrangements to be made.

Those students who may be vaccinated include:

  • Any students who are age 24 or under
  • All students with qualifying medical conditions as asthma, diabetes, immune suppression, chronic heart disease (other than high blood pressure), chronic lung disease, chronic kidney or liver disease, neurological disease
  • Pregnant women
  • Students who live with or provide care to infants less than 6 months of age

Additional vaccination clinics will be scheduled once more vaccine becomes available.


October 2009

Campus update on H1N1 flu -10/14/09

September 2009

The seasonal flu vaccine clinics were a resounding success with more than double the students, faculty and staff receiving vaccination than in previous years. Brady Health Center currently has some doses of the seasonal flu nasal vaccine (FluMist) still in stock and we are awaiting delivery of additional doses of the inactivated seasonal vaccine (flu shot.)

The H1N1 flu vaccine is expected to arrive in late October and notification will be made once it is available. We will be following CDC guidelines for the administration of that vaccine once it becomes available. See questions and answers about the H1N1 vaccine for further information

August 2009

INFLUENZA UPDATE - Plans for Fall 2009

As we enter the fall of 2009, the staff of Brady Health Center has been preparing for what could be a very busy "flu season." As most of you are aware, this fall we face not only the usual seasonal influenza but also the novel H1N1 influenza that surfaced last spring. We continue to urge students to stay tuned for updates on the situation. Below are the dates and times for the currently scheduled seasonal influenza vaccine clinics.


DATE: WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 2, 2009 (Student's only)
TIME - 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM

DATE: TUESDAY, SEPT. 8, 2009 (Students, faculty and staff)
TIME: - 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM

DATE: MONDAY, SEPT. 14, 2009 (Students, faculty and staff)
TIME: 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM

COST: $20.00 (flu shot) or $25.00 (FluMist nasal)
Cash, check or Bobcat Express


Recent recommendations from the CDC has placed individuals age 24 and under in the priority group for receiving the H1N1 vaccine. More information will be available in the coming weeks regarding how and when this vaccine will be available.

For further information and links regarding the current pandemic flu, click here


Previous Health Alerts




 Use the Flu Self-Report Form to self-report any illness that appears to be flu-like.

Cover your nose with a tissue when you sneeze or cough. Visit for more information.

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