We’ll be closed on Friday, December 31st as our team rings in the New Year with family and friends. If you have a concern that cannot wait until the office reopens on Monday at 8:00 am, please call the office and follow the prompt to reach our nurse on-call. Happy New Year!
We will be closing at noon on December 23rd so that our team can enjoy the holiday with their families. We’ll reopen on Monday, December 27th at 8:00 am.
Call today to schedule appointments for our weekday COVID-19 Vaccine for Kids Clinic!
The combination of flu and COVID-19 could pose serious risks for children. Making sure your child gets a flu vaccine is more important than ever.
Check out our flu clinics and schedule an appointment today.
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Flu vaccine is the best way to protect your child against flu and its potentially serious complications. Children younger than 5 years old, especially those younger than 2, are at high risk of developing serious flu-related complications. Here’s what parents need to know about flu and flu vaccine.
If you have lots of questions about COVID-19 you’re in good company. Here are some of the most common questions parents ask us.
We’ll be closed on Monday, September6th in observance of Labor Day. For medical issues that can’t wait until Tuesday, call the office and follow the prompts to reach us. Be sure to check out the “Is Your Child Sick” Symptom Checker on this page for information and advice about over 100 symptoms and illness!
Because of massive demand and limited resources, we are referring children to community sites for testing except to rule out COVID-19 when a child is sick and needs to be seen in-office. We’ve compiled an up-to-date list of testing sites to make it easier for you to locate the best site for your child.
In support of the health and wellness of all children in our community we do not write or prescribe exemptions for mask mandate policies, including in school settings.