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Accession Screening and Immunization Program

The role of the Accession Screening and Immunization Program (ASIP) is to reduce unnecessary immunizations by screening military recruits for pre-existing immunity.

In the United States, the recommended childhood and adolescent immunization schedules provide protection against more than a dozen vaccine-preventable diseases. Increased compliance with those recommendations has led to higher rates of pre-existing immunity among the initial-entry military recruit population.

Therefore, nine initial-entry recruit sites now screen all new accessions for pre-existing immunity to hepatitis A, hepatitis B, measles, rubella and varicella (chickenpox).

Initial Entry Training Site Contact Information Vaccines Administered
Fort Benning - 30th AG Reception
One Station Training (OST)
Immunizations Medical Processing
Ft. Benning, GA
1-706-544-0639
1-706-544-8044

Fort Jackson - 120th AG Reception
One Station Training (OST)
Immunizations Medical Processing
Ft. Jackson, SC
1-803-751-7466
Fort Leonard Wood - 43rd AG Reception
One Station Training (OST)
Immunizations Medical Processing
Ft. Leonard Wood, MO
1-573-596-1682
Fort Sill - 95th AG Reception
One Station Training (OST)
Immunizations Medical Processing
Ft. Sill, OK
1-580-442-6488
1-580-442-6764
Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island
Branch Medical Clinic
Parris Island, SC
1-843-228-2449
1-843-228-3390
Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego
Branch Medical Clinic
San Diego, CA
1-619-524-4068
1-619-524-5527

USS Red Rover 1523
James A. Lovell Federal Health Center (FHCC)
Great Lakes, IL
1-847-688-5568/ext. 80437 or 80504
Basic Military Training (BMT) Center
Lackland Air Force Base, TX
1-210-671-9678 DSN 473-5730 (TVC)
1-210-292-5042 DSN 554-5042 (Main Clinic)
USCG TRACEN
Samuel J. Call Health Center
Cape May, NJ
1-609-898-6610

* For more information about the accession sites or the ASIP program, please contact the corresponding Region Vaccine Safety Hub

What You Will Need

Please use the following documents as guides and resources for the Accession Screening and Immunization Program:

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