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Montgomery County Immunization Coalition

Montgomery County Immunization Coalition (MCIC)

Our Coalition, founded in July 2003, consists of a group of dedicated individuals representing various departments of the County government including the Office of Public Health, Office of Senior Services, Children & Youth, and Child Care Services (to name a few), as well as school, hospital, non-profit and community representatives from across Montgomery County. We like to think of the coalition as “the public and private sector working together for better immunization coverage and practices.”

In 2020, we also pulled together a Flu and COVID-19 Committee which now consists of approximately 120 public and private organizations. This group has been focusing on a very robust communications program to emphasize the importance of obtaining a flu vaccination as well as addressing the COVID-19 vaccine and boosters. We have also supported many community clinics, provided Town Hall/Ask the Expert events, among many other things.

Coverage area: Montgomery County, Pennsylvania

Mission: To promote age-appropriate immunizations across the lifespan for all residents of Montgomery County.

Chair, Maureen A. Hennessey
Vice Chair, Susan Wenrick
Treasurer, Kalyn Roberts
Secretary, Vacant

Contact information:

Chair, Montgomery County Immunization Coalition
Maureen A. Hennessey, Ed.D., MPA
Manager, Community Health and Outreach
Paoli Hospital and Main Line Health King of Prussia
255 W. Lancaster Avenue
Paoli, PA 19301
Phone: 484.565.1270

Program Manager, Montgomery County Immunization Coalition
Beth Till

Meeting Schedules:

Our General Meetings are now taking place at:

Main Line Health King of Prussia
Community Health and Outreach
6th Floor
120 Valley Green Lane
King of Prussia, PA 19406
These meetings begin at 9:30 am.
Free parking is available onsite.

Flu & COVID-19 Committee

125 diverse organizations from across Montgomery County working together to educate and outreach to our communities on the importance of flu and COVID-19 vaccinations.


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