807 Broadway St.,

Gillespie, IL 62033-1100

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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that routine immunizations be provided at regular intervals in an effort to prevent illness and outbreak. Government vaccine information statements (VIS) are given to parents prior to the vaccinations.


Please call our office to schedule your child's immunizations or with any questions and concerns you have.

Infant immunizations

A regular immunization schedule is designed to protect infants from potentially life-threatening diseases during the earliest part of life, when they are most vulnerable.

Preteens and teens

Although many immunizations are given during the first years of a baby's life, older children still need periodic immunizations to remain healthy. If your child has missed any, please call us to get back on track.

Find out more information about immunizations here.

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Which immunizations are given?

There is a wide range of immunizations, each given at specific points during a child's growth and development. Some of these include immunizations against Hepatitis B, Diptheria, Measles, HPV, and Flu.

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Call today and schedule your child's immunizations.