First off, even though the actual doctor is not hard-core vax, the nurses and others in the office could be. (That was our experience.)
Second, find out the exemption laws where you live and go with paperwork exemption to support your decision.
Third, doctors do change their perspectives. Dr. Mendelsohn at www.*********/vaccines/mendelsohn.html,
Going thru some of the threads could give you some peace of mind.
I was on State insurance in California, went to a clinic, was appointed a doctor, and he was a gem! I was a little nervous. Told him that I was undecided about vaccines at that point. (We too, were off schedule with well-baby check-ups.) He told me no problem. The reason we give the shots in the first year is because that is when parents are more "on it" with bringing babies in for their check-ups. He clearly saw that I was a "thinking" mother and making informed decisions for my child's health. We saw him between 3 months and 17 months, and he never mentioned shots again.
Go in powered with knowledge and a humble attitude. If he hassles you, don't return. And if you are worried about legal issues, get that paperwork in order. There have been instances where parents are challenged, but you do have rights. Again, check out your state's data.
Do go with your instincts. You have 2 months to shop around...
BTW...we have moved and now I am a little nervous about the whole no vax situation and the authorities. I spend a lot of time on these boards and am getting my paper work together. I just found a non-vax support group in a community directory. There might be something like that where you live as well.
Stay strong and keep breathing....