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#1 of 6 Old 07-11-2012, 08:53 AM - Thread Starter
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Can anyone recommend a vaccine friendly pediatrician or family doctor in San Antonio? I've looked at several recommendations from past forums but many of the doctors are either not accepting new patients or are now retired. Please help!
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This is the best list to start with but honestly, you'll probably have more luck with the General practitioners or family practitioners.


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I use Dr. Earp at North Hills Family Medicine near Stone Oak.  He works with 2 other doctors, but he is the only one that is open to no vax or alternate vax schedules (so I've heard from other moms).  I took my son there for well visits and did not want to start any vax until he was a year old, and Dr. Earp was fine with it.  I didn't have to sign any waivers either.

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We've seen Dr.Earp at North Hills Family Medcine, too.  We haven't seen him in about 1 1/2 years though. We go to a chiropractor on a regular basis, and see holistic practitioners for chronic issues.

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Sorry to steal the thread, but I might be moving to San Antonio from Canada. I'll be looking for a vac friendly doc, so this thread helps. I too would like to primarily use a chiro and other alt. ave. So what I'm really wondering is what kind of health insurance works best for that?

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