We strongly believe in protecting children from vaccine-preventable diseases. We follow the guidelines of the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) and recommend that all patients are fully immunized following the approved schedule of immunizations.
- Vaccine information for parents from the CDC
- Information on vaccine-preventable illnesses from the American Academy of Pediatrics
Please visit the Washington University Physicians website for accurate information regarding insurance accepted by Purely Pediatrics.
To transfer your child’s medical records to Purely Pediatrics, please download the transfer form (pdf). Please print, complete and mail to:
St. Louis Children’s Specialty Care Center
13001 N Outer 40 Rd, Suite 330
Town and Country, MO 63017
Kid Care: A free parent advice app for your smartphone
What should you do if your child develops a fever, cough, vomiting, rash, sore throat or head injury? When can your child return to school or child care after an illness? These are medical advice questions that all parents have. Health problems can arise anytime – evenings, weekends, when you’re at work or traveling or your doctor’s office is closed.
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Download the free Kid Care app developed by St. Louis Children’s Hospital to have important health information at your fingertips.