The goal of Public Health is to protect all Americans, their families and their communities from preventable, serious health threats and to assure community-based health promotion and disease prevention activities and preventive health services are universally accessible in the United States.
Public Health clinics are also the source for disaster preparedness in the event of a local, state or national crisis or emergency.
Public Health clinics serve 87 million citizens in the United States and handle most of the immunization needs for these patients. PharmaJet got its start in the Public Health arena in 2009 by providing needle-free injections for the broad H1N1 flu shot campaign in the state of New Jersey. This led to interest in numerous other locations, including Los Angeles County, which is standardizing the PharmaJet needle-free system.
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What Others Are Saying
That wasn’t bad at all. I kind of tense up when I know there’s a needle coming. This way, needle-free, I’m happy. - Nurse, Andover County, NJ
I am petrified of receiving needles, my philosophy as a nurse is “better to give than to receive” and I usually pass on the yearly flu shot because of my fear. After receiving the injection with the PharmaJet (needleless system) I would definitely receive vaccines in the future and would feel more comfortable in administering to “others”, that I am not “hurting” them in the process of wellness and prevention. – Nurse, R.N., BSW, MS