Last updated on September 12th, 2017 at 06:57 pm

Board Members

Lyn B. Robertson, DrPH, RN, MSN - PAIC Chairman

Lyn B. Robertson DrPH, RN, MSNUniversity of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute
Asst. Professor of Medicine and Associate Director, Health Equity, Education and Advocacy
28 Shannopin Drive
Pittsburgh, PA   15202
robertsonlk@upmc.edu

Gail E. Wright, MS – PAIC Treasurer

Bryn Mawr HospitalPresident
GCC Associates Consulting
wrightgaile@verizon.net.

Michele Steiner, MPH, RN - PAIC Secretary

Bryn Mawr HospitalImmunization Program Coordinator /
Chester County Health Department
601 Westtown Road, Suite 180 / West Chester, PA 19380
msteiner@chesco.org

Kristen A. Feemster, MD, MPH, MSHP

K. Feemster HeadShotThe Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine
Assistant Professor of Pediatrics; Attending Physician- Infectious Diseases
Research Director- Vaccine Education Center at CHOP
817 N. 4th Street
Philadelphia, PA  19123
feemster@email.chop.edu

Aimee Dashkiwsky, BS, MPH

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAJohnson and Johnson
Environmental, Health, & Safety Specialist / Center of Excellence
Aimeedashkiwsky@gmail.com

Kristin Held Wheatley, PharmD, BCOP

kristin-heldClinical Pharmacy Specialist, Pediatric Oncology and Infectious Diseases
Program Director, PGY1 Pharmacy Residency
Lehigh Valley Health Network
Allentown, Pennsylvania
kristin_m.held@lvhn.org

Christina Palsky

Christina PalskyParent and Immunization Advocate
Founder of Community Immunity-PA
christinapalsky@gmail.com

Contact Us

Info@immunizepa.org

Contact us at:  PAIC, 204 Saint Charles Way, Unit 303E, York, PA   17402

Did You Know?

Despite generally high coverage with DTP and DTaP, Pertussis, also known as Whooping Cough, is one of the leading causes of vaccine-preventable deaths world-wide. Most deaths occur in young infants who are either unvaccinated or incompletely vaccinated; three doses of DTP is necessary for protection against pertussis. Although ninety-percent of all cases occur in third world countries, Pennsylvania recorded 272 probable cases in 2005.

2014 Pennsylvania Immunization Coalition
204 St. Charles Way, Unit 303E York, Pennsylvania 17402
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