Stony Brook Cancer Center’s CPiA team welcomed Dr. Jana Shaw, professor of pediatrics at Upstate Medical University, and public education committee chair of the NYS HPV Coalition, to co-host an HPV vaccination training for providers at Long Island FQHC, Inc. LIFQHC, Inc. is a designated Federally Qualified Health Center serving Nassau County through a network of six Family Health Centers and three school-based health centers. Dr. Shaw collaborated with CPiA to develop a comprehensive training to increase HPV vaccination at practices based on evidence-based strategies and local cancer data. While research shows that the HPV vaccine can prevent 90% of HPV cancers, three out of 10 NYS adolescents are not getting vaccinated as recommended. In Nassau County, only 25% of adolescents have completed the HPV vaccine series by age 13 compared with 39% statewide, as of 2020. Dr. Shaw increased knowledge among LIFQHC, Inc. Providers on the importance of strong provider recommendations, utilizing electronic health record alerts and standing orders, and promoting vaccine assistance programs to support vaccination among uninsured patients. Our CPiA team is dedicated to supporting Long Island’s providers and health care organizations in increasing HPV vaccine rates for their patients. If your health practice or organization would like to learn more about HPV vaccine education and resources, contact your local CPiA office today.