We not only vaccinate to protect our children, we also vaccinate to protect our grandchildren and their grandchildren. With one disease, smallpox, we “stopped the leak” in the boat by eradicating the disease. Our children don’t have to get smallpox shots anymore because the disease no longer exists. Smallpox is now only a memory, and if we keep vaccinating against other diseases, the same will someday be true for them too. Vaccinations are one of the best ways to put an end to the serious effects of certain diseases.
Newtown Center Pediatrics is an office that follows the CDC guidelines. We do not split-up vaccines or delay them in anyway. Download the free CDC Vaccine Schedule App.
Vaccines protect your child before they are exposed to an infection. That’s why we give HPV vaccination earlier rather than later, to protect them long before they are ever exposed.
Also, if your child gets the shot now (before they turn 15), they will only need two doses. If you wait until your child is older, they will end up needing three shots.
The CT WiZ Public Portal allows individuals who were vaccinated in Connecticut to access their own immunization records, while parents and guardians can also access their minor child’s records.
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Please call the office to schedule your appointment - (203) 426-3267
APPOINTMENTS ARE REQUIRED
Wednesday, September 18th 3-4:30pm
Thursday, September 26th 3-6pm
Thursday, October 3rd 1:30-4:30pm
Wednesday, October 16th 3-4:30pm