ACOG Adult Immunization Project

Increasing Immunization Rates through Obstetrician-Gynecologist Partnerships

ACOG is proud to present the 20 Ob-Gyn Immunization Champions participating in the CDC*-funded adult immunization project entitled: Increasing Immunization Rates through Obstetrician-Gynecologist Partnerships. These Immunization Champions will provide leadership for their practice as they further advance their immunization programs. The ACOG project will assist these Immunization Champions in developing additional tools and resources to increase the health of their patients, families, and office staff. 

ACOG is also collaborating with the California and Massachusetts Departments of Public Health to provide free and local resources and support. The state and local DPH will be key partners in this project as ob-gyns find ways to reduce barriers to adult immunization and increase access to vaccines.

Resources, including webinars, will be developed throughout the project and available for ACOG members.

 

The following is a list of the ACOG Ob-Gyn Immunization Champions and their practices

Immunization Champions in LA County, CA

Laila Al-Marayati, MD, Eisner Pediatric & Family Medical Center, Los Angeles

Carol Archie, MD, Linda Cowan, MD and Associates, Los Angeles

Richard Bardowell, MD, Richard Bardowell, MD, Burbank

Karla Iacampo, MD, Karla Iacampo, MD, Inc., Santa Monica

Samuel Kassar, MD, Woodglen Ob-Gyn Medical Group, Glendora

Deirdre Logan, MD, Watts Healthcare Corporation, Los Angeles

Ranoo Sabnis, MD, UCLA Westlake OB/GYN, Westlake Village

Laura Sirott, MD, Laura Sirott, MD, Pasadena

Ayanna Walden, MD, Ayanna Walden, MD, Beverly Hills

Jacqueline Trejo, MD, Santa Monica Gyn-ob, Santa Monica

 

Immunization Champions in Massachusetts

Laura Bookman, MD, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston

Khady Diouf, MD, Brigham and Women's Outpatient Obstetrics Practice, Boston

Huma Farid, MD, Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital-Milton Ob/GYN, Milton

Jennifer Kickham, MD, Massachusetts General Hospital Ob/Gyn, Boston

Evelyn Marsh, MD, New England OB-GYN Associates, Chestnut Hill

Katherine Marshall, MD, Brookline Women's Health, Allston

Aaron Mendel, MD, Central Massachusetts OB/GYN Associates, Shrewsbury

Julie Miner, MD, Brigham Faulkner Ob/Gyn Associates, Jamaica Plain

Marcus Ortega Alves, MD, University of Massachusetts Medical Center, Worchester

Amrita Roy, MD, Wesson Women's Group, Baystate Medical Center, Springfield

 

This project was made possible by Cooperative Agreement 6 NH23IP000981-02-01, funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Views expressed in written materials do not necessarily reflect the official views of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention or the Department of Health and Human Services nor does the mention of trade names, commercial practices, or organziations imply endorsement by the U.S. Government.

 

 Click Here for the ACOG Increasing Immunization Rates through Ob-gyn Partnerships Project Resource page

 

 

 

Updated 5/21/17

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