Quarterly Coalition Meeting: April 14th, 2016

The next quarterly coalition meeting will be a joint meeting with Pandemic Preparation and will be held April 14th from 9:00 A.M. to 12:30 P.M. at:

Grant’s View County Library 

9700 Musick Ave, St. Louis, MO 63123

(Near Grant’s Farm)

The meeting will feature a continental breakfast, networking opportunities, Q & A, and great discussion.

Topics of the joint meeting include: H1N1 Lessons Learned and Flu on Call: Promising Pandemic Practice.

Steve Lawrence, MD, an Assistant Professor at Washington University School of Medicine, Infectious Disease Division, will present on Infectious Disease Updates.

For more information on Dr. Lawrence, please visit Washington University School of Medicine. 


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Thank you Pfizer for the Continental Breakfast!

Check for online registration soon on the Maternal, Child and Family Health Coalition website.

We encourage participation in any and all meetings posted on our MCFHC registration site. 

We look forward to seeing you!


What you missed in 2015 & What’s to come in 2016

Missed the September 24 and November 19 Quarterly Coalition meetings of 2015?

No Problem!

Here is a debrief of the agendas, evaluation, and small group discussion from our meetings.

GIC Quarterly 9-24-15 Debrief

GIC Quarterly 11-19-15 Debrief

Save the Date for these Quarterly Coalition Meetings to come in 2016!

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Older Adult Health Disparities and Vaccines in Missouri

On September 24, 2015, we had the pleasure of having Ryan Barker, the current Vice President of Health Policy at the Missouri Foundation for Health, present on Older Adult Health Disparities in Missouri. If you missed it, here is his presentation!

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Vaccines “Lickety Split” Pneumonia and Influenza

Each Quarterly Coalition Meeting, GIC would like to provide brief vaccine and disease information to educate, update, and remind constituents of vaccine preventable illnesses and recommendations. The September 24th, 2015 meeting featured information on Pneumonia and Influenza.

Please click here GIC Flu-Pneumonia Presentation 

For more detailed information about Pneumonia, Influenza, or other Vaccine Preventable diseases and their vaccines, please visit Pink Book  or Vaccine Information Statements by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention..




Memberships help support MCFHC so we can support YOU! We encourage and appreciate your contribution and participation!

For more information on how to become a MCFHC member, please visit: http://stl-mcfhc.org/get-involved/join-mcfhc/

The different membership types and benefits are described below.