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All children should receive a Tdap (tetanus, diphtheria, whooping cough) booster and meningococcal vaccine at age 11-12 years. The hepatitis A series and a second dose of the varicella vaccine are also recommended for children who did not receive these when they were younger. The HPV vaccine series (Gardisil) is available for all girls 9-26 years to prevent cervical cancer and genital warts, and is available for boys 9-26 years to prevent genital warts and HPV transmission. Walk-in immunizations are available to children enrolled to the Adolescent clinic Monday to Friday form 0800-1530 and bring your child's shot record.
Information on Specific Acute and Chronic Medical Conditions
Effective 2011, Tricare is offering medical coverage for many adult-age dependents up to age 26. Please review the Tricare fact sheet by clicking here for details regarding eligibility and enrollment. Young adults age 23+ should enroll with a non-pediatric primary care manager (family medicine or internal medicine) rather than the adolescent clinic.