If you received a reminder on the Prodensity app about getting your flu vaccine by November 20, 2020, that means you do not have a confirmed flu vaccine or exemption recorded in the Johns Hopkins system yet. Note: if you visit a Johns Hopkins clinic or Johns Hopkins Community Physician location for your flu shot, you will need to self-submit your proof of vaccine to appear in our flu database.
Reminder: if you choose to upload documentation* for your flu vaccine, the system could take up to two weeks to process. Please call your Health Services office for assistance if a flu reminder persists in your app for more than two weeks after you submit proof of an external vaccination.
Find more information about where to get your flu vaccine and how to upload documentation below. Any Johns Hopkins affiliate (faculty, students, and staff) can access these tools.
Schedule your Flu Shot on a Johns Hopkins Campus
Get your Flu Shot at a Walgreens Location
Submit Proof of a Vaccine from Another Location
- *Vaccine Received Elsewhere Information (Includes all Johns Hopkins clinics and Johns Hopkins Community Physicians)
- *Vaccine Proof Self-Submit Link*
If you feel you are receiving a past due notification in Prodensity in error and have waited two weeks for your off-site flu vaccine information to process, please contact the appropriate office below based on your role and campus:
Non-East Baltimore Students
Student Health and Wellness Center
1 E 31st St, Suite N200
East Baltimore-based Students (SON, SOM, BSPH)
University Health Services
Faculty and Staff
East Baltimore Campus
OHS office at 98N Broadway, Suite 421
OHS office at 1101 East 33rd Street, Rm. C-160
OHS office at 5300 Alpha Commons Dr, Suite 105
OHS office at 8600 Old Georgetown Rd, 4th flr.
OHS office at 5255 Loughboro Rd. NW, 5th flr.
Howard County Campus
OHS office at 5755 Cedar Ln.
All Childrens Campus (JHACH)
OHS office at 500 Seventh Ave S., St. Petersburg, FL, Suite 103
Phone: 727-767-4190, Select Option 2
Policies and Information
- Johns Hopkins Medicine Flu Campaign 2020-2021
- Johns Hopkins University Official Flu Policy
- Flu Vaccine Program Info for Students: Info and FAQ
- HUB: Here’s How to get your Free Flu Shot
Anyone who is currently spending time on a Johns Hopkins campus will be required to have a flu vaccination or an approved exemption for the 2020–21 academic year by November 20, 2020. Even if you are working or learning completely remotely now, you will find it helpful to get a flu shot; please be prepared to document compliance with the institution.