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RSV Immunization for Children 19 months and Younger

  • Nirsevimab is recommended for infants younger than 8 months of age who were born during or are entering their first RSV season if

    • The mother did not receive RSV vaccine during pregnancy.

    • The mother’s RSV vaccination status is unknown.

    • The infant was born within 14 days of maternal RSV vaccination.

    • Most infants whose mothers got the RSV vaccine don’t need to get nirsevimab, too.

  • Some infants and young children 8 through 19 months of age who are at increased risk for severe RSV disease should receive nirsevimab shortly before the start of their second RSV season:

    • Children who were born prematurely and have chronic lung disease

    • Children with severe immunocompromise

    • Children with cystic fibrosis who have severe disease

    • American Indian and Alaska Native children



FLU and COVID Fall 2023 Boosters

We are also offering the most recent booster Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine for children aged 6 months and older, along with Moderna Spikevax for 12 years old to 18 years old.  You may call to schedule your Flu and COVID vaccines for ages 6 months and older by calling the office.


Please note, we are currently only able to vaccinate our patients.



For the most current recommendations and guidelines, go to: 

COVID-19 | Washington State Department of Health  


EUA Vaccine Safety Information for Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine in 6 months to 4 years old

EUA Vaccine Safety Information for Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine in 5-11 year olds

EUA Vaccine Safety information for Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine for ages 12 and up

V-safe Enrollment Instructions

We currently offer rapid antigen testing at our clinic as well as influenza A and B and Strep.   

Please call to schedule!

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