Question: We recently hired a new clinical worker who received the Hepatitis B vaccine series but can only provide documentation for the titer. Is the titer sufficient?
Answer: No. A clinical employee is considered immune with provider-documented proof of the Hepatitis B series AND a positive anti-HBs (titer).
When proof cannot be provided, the employee can sign a declination OR consent to the complete vaccine series and titer at the employer’s expense.