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Saturday Sick Clinics

Saturday Sick Clinics are held October through May.  Saturday Sick Clinics are for acute sick visits only. The hours for Saturday Sick Clinics are 9:00 am – 12:00 pm.

Sports Physicals

We are now offering Sports/camp physicals for a flat fee of $25. These appointments do not include vaccines, immunizations or treatment of illness or discussion about growth and development.

Please call us today and make an appointment if your child/children will be going to camp or need a sports physical. Be sure to tell a friend, they can make an appointment too!

Saturday Flu Clinics

Saturday Flu Clinic resumption date is still to be determined.

Click here for Vaccine Information Statement for injectable
Click here for Vaccine Information Statement for Flu Mist
Click here for Flu Injectable questionnaire
Click here for Flu Mist questionnaire

Blast List

To be the first to receive important informational updates from our practice about flu vaccine, seasonal changes and other important messages please send an email to blastlist@aacpediatrics.com. When you email, please include the primary email on which you would like to receive updates.

This is a one-way messaging system where emails or inquiries cannot be returned.  We will use this blast to send you the latest news from All About Children Pediatrics. Your information will not be shared or mass marketed with any other vendor or promotions program. Please do not send any medical or appointment inquiries to this address.


In March 2011, the American Academy of Pediatrics released its revised Child Passenger Safety recommendations. The statement increased the minimum age that children should ride rear-facing in infant and convertible seats from 1 to 2 years and the age that children should remain in the rear seat from 12 to 13 years. Though intended to educate parents on the best practices to protect their children from death or injury while riding within a vehicle, these recommendations also provide guidance to state lawmakers seeking to enact child passenger safety legislation that best protects children. The following provisions should be included within child passenger safety legislation:

  • Infants and toddlers should ride facing the rear of the vehicle until at least 2 years of age.
  • States may choose to adopt age 1 requirements immediately, and phase in a requirement to ride rear-facing until age 2 within 2 to 4 years, with provision for educating parents in the interim about the benefits of riding rear-facing as long as possible.
  • Young children should ride in car safety seats with a harness until at least age 4, with guidance educating parents and caregivers about the benefits of riding in a seat with a 5- point harness up to the highest weight or height allowed by the manufacturer.
  • School-aged children should ride in belt positioning booster seats until at least age 8 or until the seat belt fits correctly, as described by the AAP and NHTSA.
  • Children should ride in the rear-seat until age 13.

If your child has a life-threatening emergency,
please call 9-1-1 immediately
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