To all nurses, doctors and healthcare professionals:
AMN Healthcare would like to thank you for the dedication you put forth every day to support patients and healthcare facilities. The nation looks to providers like you, especially in times of need. We are calling on you to join our efforts in supporting affected communities.
We are in constant communication with hospitals nationwide and are working together to respond to COVID-19 while making your safety a top priority.
Recently answered questions
If I get vaccinated at a location not affiliated with a hospital, what documentation do I need to share with AMN Healthcare?
If you choose to be vaccinated at a location not affiliated with a hospital within your state, please note the following guidelines from AMN Healthcare. Our goal is to assist and support you in this process and ensure that you receive both doses of the COVID-19 vaccine you receive.
- Please make sure that your Provider is notified and aware that you are in the process of receiving and/or scheduled to receive the COVID-19 vaccination
- Please register locally or with your state for the COVID-19 vaccine
- If you are planning to receive your 2nd dose at your next assignment, please contact your AMN Healthcare Credentialing Analyst to coordinate in advance with the facility
Please note vaccine supply varies across states and facilities so it’s important to coordinate with our team to ensure there are no delays in you receiving your 2nd dose.
If I receive the COVID-19 vaccine, is it safe to receive another vaccine after?
Current guidelines from the CDC advise waiting a minimum of 14 days to receive any additional vaccinations after receiving the COVID-19 vaccine. To learn more about the guidelines for flu vaccine, other vaccines and TB screening, please refer to this page from the CDC.
What is the accepted form of documentation to confirm a healthcare professional has received the proper COVID-19 vaccination?
Per the CDC, you should receive a vaccination card or printout that tells you which COVID-19 vaccine you received, the date you received it, lot number, expiration date and where you received it. You should receive a paper or electronic version of a fact sheet that tells you more about the specific COVID-19 vaccine you are being offered. Each authorized COVID-19 vaccine has its own fact sheet that contains information to help you understand the risks and benefits of receiving that specific vaccine.
If I get vaccinated and need to send the documentation to AMN, where do I send it?
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We are calling on you to join our efforts in supporting affected communities.