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2021-2022 Flu Season

With the Flu season approaching, we are happy to announce our Flu Clinic is back! Please give our office a call to schedule an appointment or come by during our flu clinic hours. To see our Flu Clinic schedule CLICK HERE

It is recommended that all children over 6 months of age receive the seasonal flu vaccine in the fall to provide protection during the peak cold and flu season. Our practice has mercury-free flu vaccines available for your family. Please note that although the nasal mist is available this year, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommends the administration of the inactivated influenza vaccine (a shot) for all children and adolescents. This is especially true for those with an underlying medical condition associated with an elevated risk of complications from influenza, which includes all children with a history of asthma.

COVID Vaccine Information

UBCP Primary Pediatrics is now offering the COVID Vaccine for 6-month to 5-year old's. For more information CLICK HERE




Do you want to know:

What will happen in the hospital after my baby is born? What do pediatricians look for in the first few days? How can I reach my pediatrician with questions? Or do you have other questions you'd like answered?
Please join us at any of the following prenatal ZOOM sessions and meet our doctors and nurse practitioners.
All sessions start promptly at the time listed in the flyer. Please click HERE to contact and reserve a space at your office of choice.

In accordance with the World Health Organization's 10 Steps For Successful Breastfeeding as well as the American Academy of Pediatrics' Policy Statement on Breastfeeding, our goal is to support and encourage all families who desire to breastfeed exclusively for 6 months and to continue, after complementary foods are introduced, until at least one year. We seek to help families initiate breastfeeding and to assure its continued success by monitoring at regular monthly visits and making referrals as appropriate. We have an in-house lactation consultant who communicates with the clinicians regarding her findings and plan for successful breastfeeding tailored to the individual family's goals and cultural beliefs.

Click HERE to view our short guide to "Breastfeeding Success"

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