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To provide guidelines for a thorough and consistent management of immunizations to our Clients throughout the Waimanalo Health Center.

This Guide provides information on Mexico's Immunization Schedule, including number of doses and recommended ages.

Lifetime Card for adults. MCN, along with CHEC (Community Health Education Concepts), has developed patient-friendly, low literacy, bi-lingual immunization cards for you to use with your clients. The cards are 5x7, and can be printed from your clinic computers.

A Child and Teen Card, both in Spanish/English. MCN, along with CHEC (Community Health Education Concepts), has developed patient-friendly, low literacy, bi-lingual immunization cards for you to use with your clients. The cards are 5x7, and can be printed from your clinic computers. MCN designed the card to be as simple as possible, and to include only the most important information. If the information is meaningful and understandable to the clients, they are more likely to understand the importance of keeping their shots up to date.

To provide easily accessible immunizations, reduce patient waiting time, and assure quality of service in provision of immunizations.

This document answers commonly asked questions about the revised guidelines.
This guide provides recommendations for offering vaccines to non high-risk recently arrived Mexican immigrants, by age, to bring them up to date with the US recommendations.
The "Hepatitis B Facts: Testing and vaccination" was updated to reflect changes made to ACIP's recommendations that expand the definition of who is eligible to receive hepatitis B vaccine.
Recommended immunization schedule for persons aged 0-18 years and the catch-up immunization schedule for 2007 includes HPV and Rotavirus vaccines.
This tool by the NM state health department is a nice simple grid to use for decisions by risk group on who to immunize for hepatitis A and B and test for hepatitis A, B, and C.
Fourth primer in the AMA's series Roadmaps for Clinical Practice. A collaborative endeavor between the AMA and CDC, the Roadmaps series is _intended to help physicians adapt to changes in the medical environment and integrate disease prevention and health promotion into routine clinical care.
Primer to help physicians improve immunization rates, especially in minority populations. The primer includes tools to help physicians ensure that patients are up-to-date with their vaccinations. Studies have shown that many individuals do not receive the vaccinations they need. Immunization gaps are seen mostly in adolescents and adults as well as with racial and ethnic minorities. Adolescent and adult immunization rates average less than 70 percent nationally. Although childhood immunization rates are very high, African American and Latino children are less likely to receive the recommended vaccinations than white children.