I just received notice that our ped practice will drop patients who aren't up to date on "primary" vaccinations (whatever that means) by their second birthday. I was actually about to schedule check ups for my 3, 7, 8, and 12yos soon, but that will obviously prove problematic. I am willing to travel outside the immediate Pocono area (we currently cross over into NJ for drs.) if need be. I'm hoping for a ped familiar with MSPI, but that isn't an absolute must, since we are working with a pediatric GI.
Raising a full house- Kings (12, 3, new) over Queens (8, 7)
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