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Keep up with Childhood Immunizations

Vaccines are needed throughout your child’s life to protect against serious diseases. Find out which vaccines are recommended for your child based on their age.

Remember, it’s important to bring your child in to see a doctor every year to get any medical problems diagnosed and treated early. Getting your child vaccinated is just one part of supporting your child’s health.

We help families by providing age appropriate, back-to-school immunizations. Please make sure your child receives vaccines on time to maximize health benefits.

For the health and protection of your child and those around them, follow the childhood immunization schedule recommended by the American Academy of Pediatrics. We provide vaccines to help prevent the flu and major childhood illnesses including chickenpox, measles, mumps, rubella, polio, pertussis, diphtheria and more.

Childhood Immunization Charts:

When your child doesn’t receive a vaccine on time, it exposes them to unnecessary risk of getting a disease. According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, when children are vaccinated according to the recommended timetables, it helps keep people within the community healthy, and it protects those who are at highest risk within a population – children who are too young to be vaccinated and the elderly – who may have weak immune systems.

Our pediatricians consider vaccines to be safe and effective. Through immunizations, you can play an active role in preventing your child from getting seriously ill from a number of diseases. Help protect you child and those around them.

State law requires certain immunizations for students to attend public and private schools. Exceptions are made in rare circumstances.

Remember to bring the following items to the doctor’s office:

  • Current immunization records
  • Insurance card
  • A letter signed by the parent or guardian to authorize the visit if someone other than the parent or guardian is bringing the child in
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