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THIS SITE IS FOR MEDICAL STAFF REPORTING ONLY

About

The Influenza Self-Reporting System allows Medical Staff from Providence Health Care (PHC), Provincial Health Services Authority (PHSA) and Vancouver Coastal Health Authority (VCH), Fraser Health Authority (FH), Vancouver Island Health Authority (VIHA), Interior Health Authority (IH), and Northern Health Authority (NH) to report their influenza vaccination status or their intention to mask through a web-based form. This method of reporting is completely secure and confidential and is only used to provide the health organizations with verification of your influenza immunization.

Instructions

When can I self-report?

You can self-report immediately after you have received your influenza vaccination or have decided that you will be masking. It is best to report this as soon as you can. It may take up to 2 business days for your electronic report to be available to the health organization as verification of immunization. If you end up receiving an influenza vaccination after you have reported your intention to mask, you can self-report immediately after you have received your influenza vaccination.

How to self-report

You will need to provide the following information to self-report:

  • Personal Information:
    • You will need to supply your basic personal information to help us locate you in our system so that we can record your vaccination information. Your phone number and email address is required in the event we need to contact you if we cannot locate you in our system.
  • Work Information:
    • You will need to specify your department and division.
    • You will need to provide your Professional College identification number (e.g. College of Physicians and Surgeons of BC, College of Dental Surgeons of BC, College of Midwives of BC). Please have this information readily available to complete the web form. You can find your College ID number on your current licensure.
  • Vaccination Information:
    • You will need to enter the date you were immunized and where you received your immunization.
    • You must certify that you have had your vaccine by explicitly checking the “I certify that I have received my Influenza Vaccine” checkbox. This certification is the equivalent of a signed statement.

Submitting

To protect our system you will need to enter the security statement displayed on the bottom section of the web form before you can submit. If you have trouble reading the statement, there is a refresh button that will give you a new statement. You can refresh the statement as many times as you want to generate a statement that you can read.

Confirmation

After you have submitted you will receive your confirmation number via email. This confirmation number can be used in any correspondence regarding your flu vaccination record. You can also print this off and bring to your manager as immediate proof of immunization.

Contact: Reporting problems? Please contact:
FH: Email: Vax@fraserhealth.ca
PHC: Email: credentialingcoordinator@providencehealth.bc.ca
PHSA: Email: MedicalStaffHealth@phsa.ca
VCH: Email: medicalstaffhealth@vch.ca Phone: (604) 875-4111 ext. 69597
VIHA: Email: MedicalStaffFlu@viha.ca
IH: Email: physicianinfluenzareporting@interiorhealth.ca
NH: Email: MedicalStaffFlu@northernhealth.ca

FH, ISLAND HEALTH, PHC, PHSA AND VCH STAFF (I.E. THOSE WITH AN EMPLOYEE ID NUMBER) AND UBC POST-GRADUATE RESIDENTS

FH, Island Health, PHC, PHSA and VCH Staff and UBC Post-Graduate Residents working at the Health Organizations need to report their flu immunizations using the following links: https://influenzareporting.org