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STD/HIV clinics

Adult Hepatitis Immunization Program (New York)
Program name: Adult Hepatitis Immunization Program (New York)
Population served: STD clinic clients
Eligibility: STD clinic clients
Region served: Upstate New York
Funding: State
Program started: 1995
Number of clients: Since the program began in 1995, nearly 160,000 doses of vaccine have been administered through this program. Ninety-one STD clinics and 2 STD/HIV Treatment Centers are actively enrolled in the program and offer hepatitis vaccines to their clients. In 2007, over 12,500 doses were administered from STD clinics.
Contact: Geri Naumiec
Immunization Program
New York State Department of Health
Corning Tower, Room 649
Empire State Plaza
Albany, NY 12237
Phone: (518) 473-4437
Fax: (518) 474-1495
Email: gmn01@health.state.ny.us
Website: www.health.state.ny.us
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Our STD Hepatitis Vaccination Program began in April 1995. The majority of upstate New York counties participate in the program. Clients attending the clinic are counseled and offered free vaccination for hepatitis A & hepatitis B virus infections. Those who accept the vaccine are tracked and recalled for completion of their vaccine series. Participating clinics file a monthly report that indicates the number of clients and number of doses they received. This information is compiled at the New York State Department of Health.

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