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Vaccines are recommended for public and community safety, as well as for individual protection. You and your family should be educated before making any health care decision, particularly scheduling vaccines.
Serious medical disease can be prevented with vaccines. We realize that parents have important and serious concerns with vaccine safety. We are available to discuss these concerns, and the risks and benefits of vaccines and the diseases they prevent.
SNCC provides the pediatric vaccines recommended by the Department of Health. These include: DTaP, TDaP, PCV, Hib, MMR, Polio, Hepatitis B and A, HPV, meningococcal, flu, and rotavirus. (NOTE: We do not carry the chicken pox vaccine; this can be easily obtained at your local pharmacy.)
For more information on vaccines and the diseases they prevent, please see the following CDC links: birth – 6 years old; adolescent.
To schedule your pediatric vaccines, please consult with Dr Teresa Neff.