Anyone five years and older can recieve their first or second doses. Those who are 12 and older can get their first booster, and those over the age of 50 can get their second booster.
A six-year M.D. program provides an opportunity to learn while serving the community.
“COVID-19, Vaccinations and (MIS)Information in Communities of Color” is the tenth discussion in the Critical Conversations series, sponsored by the office of UMKC Chancellor Mauli Agrawal and the Division of Diversity and Inclusion, being held virtually on Nov. 16th at 3:00PM.
Our Healthy KC Eastside” (OHKCE) is a large-scale, community-based partnership addressing vaccine hesitance and health inequities in vulnerable portions of Jackson County, Mo.
Vaccine effort targets low-income and underserved living in Kansas City’s east side
The entire class of UMKC med students has been certified and volunteered to give COVID vaccines.
Jackson County approves CARES Act funding to promote vaccinations and other preventive care.
School of Pharmacy playing significant role in COVID vaccine efforts across the state.
The students received training the week of April 5th and are ready to assist a variety of vaccine providers.
The event, hosted last weekend, vaccinated over 7000 individuals.
Over 200 UMKC nursing students are helping vaccinate the Kansas City community.
Dr. Mary Anne Jackson, dean of the School of Medicine, discusses how vaccine confidence and access varies across Missouri.
Join this open virtual forum to learn the truth about the COVID-19 vaccine from KC-area physicians and experts.
The Sojourner Health Clinic provides quality medical care at no cost to over 300 uninsured and underserved Kansas City patients annually.
KY3 News reports that nearly 50 residents of Webster County recieved free flue shots from UMKC Pharmacy Students in a drive-through clinic held at the fairgrounds in Marshfield, MO.