Vaccinations According to Safe Scheduling

Count on our doctors to provide all the vaccinations your child needs according to CDC guidelines. The Center for Disease Control has a set immunization schedule based on what is the safest and most effective spacing of immunizations for children and infants. There are also schedules for teens and adults to get immune system booster shots, and certain vaccines for adult-only diseases such as shingles and HPV.

In addition to the immunizations we have for adults, we provide all the vaccines in appropriate intervals to children from infants to six years old. These consist of ten vaccines that protect from the following diseases:

  • Chickenpox
  • Diphtheria
  • Hepatitis A and B
  • Hib
  • Influenza
  • Measles
  • Mumps
  • Pertussis
  • Pneumococcal Disease
  • Polio
  • Rotavirus
  • Rubella
  • Tetanus

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The Importance of Getting Annual Flu Shots

What’s the point of getting your yearly flu shot? Besides saving you from the threat of influenza, flu shots also help protect everyone who comes into contact with you. If you rarely suffer any symptoms when flu season comes around, you may still carry the virus, which means you could spread it to your children, spouse, friends, and coworkers. The flu virus is also constantly evolving into different strains, enabling you to be sick one year even if you’ve never had the flu before. Fortunately vaccines are also being constantly updated, giving you the best chances at fighting off this season’s flu strain.

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Our Doctors Provide All Common Vaccines

No matter what age you are, you are always susceptible to viruses and diseases of one form or another. Keeping up with your immunizations is one of the best ways to ensure you stay healthy. In addition to the necessary shots given to children, we also provide the tetanus shot, pneumonia vaccine, HPV vaccine, and others. Talk to our doctors about your risks and the vaccinations available to you.

Contact us today by calling 760-410-8666 in order to learn more about our immunization services. We proudly treat patients in and around Coachella Valley and Palm Springs, California.