HPV vaccination is recommended at ages 11 to 12 to protect boys and girls now from HPV cancers later in life. It's important to talk to your health care provider about HPV cancer prevention.
Learn more: www.cdc.gov/HPV
“I recommend parents provide the HPV vaccine for their children starting at age 11 or 12 —something that I’ve done for my own child — because it prevents cancer.”
— Dr. Thomas Marcellino, of Mt. Oread Family Practice
Due to a national shortage, we don't have yellow fever vaccine and we don't expect to have it until mid-2018 or later. Clients should contact Passport Health (1-877-358-8648) in Overland Park if they need the vaccine. For more information, click on this Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website.