I am seeking a general practitioner who is located in PA for my infant. I would like someone who is holistic, or at the very least, open minded about vaccinations. Thank you so much!
I'm curious what replies you are going to get!
I recently spoke to a nurse practitioner (from Leigh county and I am in Northampton) and was told most GP are encouraged to have their patients (with young children) see a ped not a GP. Since most are affiliated with larger groups(and local hosps,)and not independent, meaning pressure from the affiliated groups.
You mean, most GP are affiliated with with larger groups or ped?
I read on this site that GPs are more vax friendly than regular ped's, which is why I am seeking a GP, not a ped. I also had trouble finding a vax friendly ped in PA.
a lot certainly are- either with Easton or St Luke's- same with many OB's
Lisa Caso in Easton is a vax friendly pediatrician. We do delayed vax with my son; a friend's kid, who also sees her, has gotten only one or two vaccines (he's six months). Dr. Caso is also on board with "crunchy" stuff like EBF, probiotics, clean eating, etc.
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