Brentwood Pediatric & Adolescent Associates, P.C. (BPAA) is proud to be Awarded by the New York State HPV Coalition

    Brentwood Pediatric & Adolescent Associates, P.C. (BPAA) is proud to be awarded by the New York State HPV Coalition for our efforts to increase HPV vaccination rates in Suffolk County. The winners are at https://www.nyshpv.org/nys-hpv-vaccination-honor-roll-awards/ Young people can be protected from six cancers and genital warts if they receive the HPV vaccination by age 13. HPV vaccination is cancer prevention.

    Thank you to the NYS HPV Coalition for recognizing BPAA for our standout efforts over the past year to get as many pre-teens in our practice vaccinated against the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) as possible. The HPV vaccine is very safe and effective at preventing 6 different HPV-related cancers including cervical and throat cancers. If your child is 12 or older and has not yet received the HPV vaccination please contact us today.

    BPAA is proud to receive a NYS HPV Honor Roll Award. We are committed to working with the NYS HPV Coalition to help educate the public about the importance of vaccination and providing expertise to get all kids vaccinated against HPV between 9 and 12 years of age. For more info go to www.nyshpv.org

    This year an estimated 34,000 people across the country and 2800 people in NYS will be diagnosed with an HPV related cancer. Brentwood Pediatric & Adolescent Associates, P.C. encourages all parents of children between the ages of 9 and 12 years of age to have their kids vaccinated against HPV to protect them from 6 different cancers. To learn more please visit www.nyshpv.org or to schedule an appointment, call (631) 231-5070.

    At Brentwood Pediatric & Adolescent Associates, P.C., we are deeply honored to receive this recognition and remain dedicated to the health and well-being of our community. Our achievement is not just a testament to our commitment but also a call to action for all families to prioritize preventive healthcare. Protecting your children from HPV-related cancers is a proactive step towards ensuring a healthier future. Let’s continue to educate, vaccinate, and eliminate the threat of these preventable diseases together. For any questions or to schedule your child’s HPV vaccination, please reach out to us. Together, we can make a significant impact.