Immunization Resources for Providers

A service for all KAFP members and their practices, whether providing KDHE vaccines or not

Kansas Academy of Family Physicians has received an Immunization Provider Enhancement grant from KDHE to increase the number of members enrolled in KDHE vaccination programs, as well as to support those enrolled with resources, training and education. If you are interested in becoming a KDHE vaccination provider, please contact KAFP to support you through this application process.

Already enrolled and need support, we are here for you!

Contact info

Questions? Contact KIP Grant Program Manager Mishayla Nichols at or 620-682-0019.

KDHE Resources

AAFP Resources

Online, on-demand, free CME Opportunities

CDC Resources

IKC Resources

Printable Schedules for Patients

 Consider the following

  • It will increase your reach to patients who are eligible for government purchased vaccines and reduce your out-of-pocket costs.
  • You can provide all ACIP-recommended vaccines to your eligible patients.
  • Over the past decade, both general and immunization specific pediatric “best practices” have included the administering of a child’s immunizations in their medical home (their regular source of primary care).

KAFP offers a booklet, “Your Guide to VFC Enrollment” to help assist you through the process. Please email our grant project manager, Mishayla Moffitt Nichols at to receive your booklet today. 

KDHE has funds that they use to assist with the purchase of a new vaccine storage unit. Normally, KDHE reserves this for current VFC providers, in good standing, who have been enrolled for at least six months.

Yes, KAFP has a stipend program to help your clinic administer vaccinations and purchase the vaccine storage unit. If you are interested in the program and would like an application, please email our grant project manager, Mishayla Moffitt Nichols at

No, they can be in the same vaccine storage unit as long as they are clearly labeled. KDHE should be able to open your vaccine storage unit and see a clear distinction between private and VFC vaccines.