Documentation of TB testing should be submitted to EmpHealth@NationwideChildrens.org.
Adult/College Student Volunteers
Has it been over 12 months since you have actively volunteered? Contact Volunteer Services at (614) 722-3635 or Volunteering@NationwideChildrens.org for more information.
Teen/High School Volunteers:
All volunteers are required to have a Flu Vaccine annually. The deadline is November 30, 2016.
All volunteers must be registered in the ReadySet database prior to coming for their vaccine or turning in their documentation. Information about registering for ReadySet was provided in via multiple communications during Summer 2016. You will be contacted if you are not registered.
Volunteers over 18 can receive a free vaccine through Nationwide Children's Employee Health Services (EHS). The Volunteer flu vaccine clinic schedule is available here.
All volunteers under 18 must get their flu shot from an outside provider and submit medical documentation no later than Nov 30, 2016.
Medical documents for teens and adults who received flu vaccine away from Nationwide Children's can be emailed to Nationwide Children's Employee Health at EmpHealth@NationwideChildrens.org or faxed to (614) 355-4142. The name on your document should match the name in your ReadySet portal. For privacy and safety, no documents will be accepted in the Volunteer Office.
Documentation of flu vaccine should be submitted to Emphealth@NationwideChildrens.org or faxed to (614) 355-4142.
When and where can volunteers 18 years of age or older receive a flu vaccine at Nationwide Children's?
What will happen to my volunteer status if I don’t get a flu vaccine or waiver?