At Peninsula Pediatrics, our medical team and friendly staff offer all aspects of pediatrics medical services, including:

  • Well child exams from birth to age 18
  • Sports and camp physicals
  • Pre-op physicals
  • Immunizations
  • Addressing school and behavioral issues
  • Diagnosis and treatment for acute and chronic illnesses
  • Inpatient hospital care for our patients

Health library

Our Health Library has information, tips, and best practices related to health conditions and treatments for expectant moms and children.

Children’s health and wellness
For parents, information and guidance about your child’s emotional and physical health.

Pregnancy and newborn
From your first trimester to taking baby home and beyond, expectant moms and new parents can find health information and practical advice.

Pediatric cancer
Guidance and treatment information for parents of children diagnosed with cancer.

Children’s conditions A–Z
From allergy and eye care to injury prevention and safety, find comprehensive information on your child’s health conditions.

Pertussis outbreak and school recommendation

Pertussis (whooping cough) has been on the rise in California. Immunization is the best way to control the spread of pertussis. Because of the pertussis outbreak, a recent immunization law was passed in California requiring all students entering grades 7 to 12 to show proof that they have received a pertussis booster (Tdap) vaccination.

Pertussis is a very contagious respiratory infection that can be severe. The immunity received from early childhood begins to wear off over time, making older children and adults susceptible to pertussis again. Peninsula Pediatric Medical Group recommends administering the pertussis (Tdap) booster at 11 years old. If your child has not received his or her pertussis (Tdap) booster, or if you are unsure, please call our offices.


Peninsula Pediatric Medical Group follows the immunization guidelines recommended by the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP). View more immunization guidelines.

Detailed information sheets are published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

Our vaccine philosophy

Our practice believes that all children should receive the recommended vaccines according to the guidelines provided by the AAP and the CDC. Vaccines are safe and effective in preventing diseases and health complications in children and young adults. Regular vaccinations help children ward off infections and are administered as one of the safest and best methods of disease prevention.

We are happy to discuss your concerns about vaccines at your child’s next visit.

Recommended immunization schedule

Product recalls

Child products, such as cribs and toys, are often recalled due to a defect or hazard. It’s important to pay close attention to recalled consumer goods to protect your child from dangerous items. View more information at the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission.

Car seat recommendations

As a parent, it is your job to protect your child when riding in a vehicle. Using car seats properly helps keep children safe. But with so many different types of car seats on the market, understanding how to use them correctly can be overwhelming for parents. Visit the AAP Car Seat Safety Information page for guidance on choosing the most appropriate car safety seat for your child.

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Traveling with children

Traveling with children requires special planning and preparation, especially when traveling abroad. There are many things parents should consider when traveling with children of any age.

Visit the CDC’s Traveling With Children page for helpful resources on travel, including:

  • Safe food and water precautions, diarrhea management, and insect protection when traveling abroad
  • Modifying the immunization schedule
  • Traveling while pregnant
  • Travel and breastfeeding
  • International adoptions

Additional web resources