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Flu Vaccine Clinics

Saturday Flu Vaccine Clinics are open through October 14th!

Log-on to the Portal for easy scheduling or call the office! 

Any children 8 years old or younger getting their flu vaccine for the first time this year (or who have not had 2 doses in a single year in the past) should have a 2nd dose at least one month after the first dose. These booster doses should be scheduled through Saturday flu clinics as well.


Updated COVID Vaccine, RSV and Beyfortus (Nirsevimab-alip)

The CDC and FDA have approved the use of an updated monoclonal COVID vaccine to provide protection against the current circulating strains of the virus in our community. The updated booster vaccine may already be available for some age groups at local pharmacies.

Please monitor your email as we will be sending out information as soon as we have it in stock and are actively scheduling patients to receive this vaccine as well as the availability of Beyfortus, a monoclonal antibody treatment for prevention of RSV in children, here at CMA.

Click here for more information on these vaccines.


Symptom Checker

Provided by the American Academy of Pediatrics, a Symptom Checker for any questions you may have for all areas of the body is on the external website of HealthyChildren.org. You can choose a part of the body and hover over for a list of symptoms to explore for answers to your questions. Try it out! Click here Symptom Checker (Please Note: Best viewed on desktop or laptop. Does not view correctly on a mobile phone.)