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Volume 20, Number 4—April 2014

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Distribution of Pandemic Influenza Vaccine and Reporting of Doses Administered, New York, New York, USA

Roopa Kalyanaraman Marcello1, Vikki Papadouka, Mark Misener, Edward Wake, Rebecca Mandell2, and Jane R. ZuckerComments to Author 
Author affiliations: New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, Queens, New York, USA (R.K. Marcello, V. Papadouka, M. Misener, E. Wake, R. Mandell, J.R. Zucker); Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA (E. Wake, J.R. Zucker)

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Table 2

Estimates of pH1N1 vaccine administration among surveyed providers, New York, New York, USA, October 1, 2009–March 4, 2010*

Facility type No. providers selected/no. responders No. doses rec’d No. doses rep’d 
(% of all vaccine rec’d)† No. doses admin’d but not rep’d Total no. (%) doses admin’d‡ No. doses remaining§ No. doses not accounted for¶ Max no. doses admin’d# % All admin’d doses rep’d**
Private provider
Adult care 176/108 26,800 7,117 (26.6) 5,028 12,145 (45.3) 9,270 (34.6) 5,386 17,531 58.6
Ped. care
141/81
47,000
22,244 (47.3)
1,805
24,049 (51.2)
12,267 (26.1)
10,684
34,733
92.5
Private hospital 32/17 20,800 3,905 (18.8) 1,452 5,357 (25.8) 3,128 (15.0) 12,315 17,672 72.9
Residential facility 15/9 2,700 114 (4.2) 801 915 (33.9) 880 (32.6) 905 1,820 12.5
Federally qualified health center 15/5 2,200 881 (40.0) 11 892 (40.5) 523 (23.8) 785 1,677 98.8
Health and hospitals corporation†† 8/4 15,100 4,720 (31.3) 200 4,920 (32.6) 209 (1.4) 9,971 14,891 95.9
Pharmacy 4/2 600 0 0 0 600 (100) 0 0 0
College 3/1 1,000 177 (17.7) 0 177 (17.7) 800 (80.0) 23 200 100
Uniformed personnel
1/1
400
265 (66.3)
0
265 (66.3)
135 (33.8)
0
265
100
Total 395/228 116,600 39,423 (33.8) 9,297 48,720 (41.8) 27,812 (23.9) 40,069 88,789 80.9

*pH1N1, influenza A(H1N1)pdm09 virus; rec’d, received; admin’d, administered; rep’d, reported to Citywide Immunization Registry (CIR); max, maximum; ped., pediatric.
†Percentage of all doses reported to CIR = number of doses reported to CIR divided by total number of doses received.
‡Total number of doses administered = sum of doses reported to CIR and number of doses estimated administered but not reported to CIR.
§Viable or spoiled/expired.
¶Doses not unaccounted for = number of doses received minus number of doses administered and reported to CIR, number of doses administered but not reported to CIR, and doses remaining and/or expired/spoiled.
#Maximum number of doses administered = number of doses received minus number of doses remaining and/or expired/spoiled.
**Percentage of all administered doses reported to CIR = number of doses administered and reported to CIR divided by total number of doses administered.
††New York City public hospital system.

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1Current affiliation: The Corkery Group, New York, New York, USA.

2Current affiliation: University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA.

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