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Starting this month, scheduling for our Flu Clinics has begun here at All Star Pediatrics. Vaccination this year will consist of only the Influenza (Flu) shot. Flumist (Intra-nasal Flu Vaccine) WILL NOT be utilized at All Star Pediatrics for the upcoming 2017-2018 vaccination season.

We will once again be offering online scheduling for vaccination appointments.

Flu vaccine scheduling is now available on the patient portal. A number of dates in September and October have been added to accommodate as many families as possible. More flu clinics will be added each week as we move through the fall!

Similar to years past, children may receive their flu vaccination while they are here for their well check visits.

Remember, it is never too early to get your flu shot!

INFLUENZA (The Flu) is a very serious illness that presents with fever, chills, aches, sore throat, fatigue, cough and headache. This virus is spread by sneezing, coughing, and close contact. The most serious complications from the flu include pneumonia and blood infections. Influenza infection is most serious in infants, children and the elderly, as well as any patient with a weakened immune system.

The Flu vaccine is recommended each year. The Flu vaccine is indicated for all healthy children older than 6 months of age through adulthood.

For more information, please read this important handout from the CDC:

Influenza (Flu) Vaccine ~ What You Need To Know

Thank you for vaccinating your children! Please call the office if you have any questions.

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