Child, teen and adult immunizations are essential to protecting our community’s health and well-being, and we are thrilled that you’ve partnered with us on this very important initiative. Our goal is to provide you with easy-to-understand information about the life-saving value of vaccines that you can share with your members. You can download our immunization information and reproduce any of the campaign materials posted on our website
There are many vulnerable populations within New York State and, as the Campaign progresses, we will continue our outreach to expand our partnerships.
- All County Health Departments
- NYS Department of Health
- American Academy of Pediatrics, NYS
- American Academy of Family Physicians, NYS
- American College of Physicians, New York Chapter
- Community Health Care Association of New York State
- Early Care & Learning Council
- Family Planning Advocates of New York
- Healthcare Association of New York State (HANYS)
Do you want to become an ImmuNYze partner organization? To join the campaign, contact us for more information on how you can help bring the campaign’s immunization message to as many people as possible throughout New York.
Improving Child & Adult Immunization Rates in New York
As our partner, you can help make New York the healthiest state by working towards achieving the New York State Prevention Agenda 2019-2024 goals for Vaccine-Preventable Diseases. View the NYSDOH Prevention Agenda to learn more about New York’s goals and objectives, as well as evidence-based strategies you can use to improve immunization rates for both children and adults.
Immunization Information for Schools & Child Care Providers
Schools and Child Care Providers require children to be vaccinated against certain diseases before being accepted. These child, teen and pre-teen vaccination requirements, as well as other immunization information for New York, can be found by visiting the New York State Department of Health.
Vaccines for Healthcare Professionals
Healthcare personnel not only administer vaccines, they need them too. Visit the New York State Department of Health to learn more about immunization requirements and recommendations for healthcare personnel, including the flu vaccine.