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Hepatitis A Vaccine for American Indian Children in Minnesota
Program name: Hepatitis A Vaccine for American Indian Children in Minnesota
Population served: American Indian children seen at Indian Health Service and tribal health clinics statewide
Eligibility: Children 2 through 10 years of age
Region served: Statewide
Funding: Federal VFC vaccine funds
Program started: 1996
Contact: Cheryl Norton
Minnesota Department of Health
Immunization, Tuberculosis, and International Health
Freeman Building, 4th Floor, Pod B
625 Robert St. N.
St. Paul, MN 55155-2538
Phone: (651) 201-4035
Fax: (651) 201-5501
Email: Cheryl.Norton@health.state.mn.us
Website: www.health.state.mn.us/immunize 
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Epidemiologic data for Minnesota on hepatitis A indicate differences in disease rates by county. MDH worked with local health departments and other health care providers to develop specific policies for hepatitis A prevention based on this local epidemiologic information.

In 2000, as an initial step, a "Hepatitis A Clinic Kit" and a parent brochure were developed to assist all Indian Health Service (IHS) clinics and tribal health clinics in developing pediatric hepatitis A vaccination programs. The clinic kit includes information about local disease rates, best practices of existing hepatitis A vaccination programs, disease report forms, sample standing orders, product inserts, and record keeping forms.

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