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120 Old Camden Road, Camden, Delaware  19934 ~ Phone: 302.883.3266 or 302.538.6257 ~ Fax: 302.883.3084 ~

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Monthly Delmarva Babywearer's Meeting
We are happy to host the Delmarva Babywearer's meeting the first Tuesday of every month at 5:30. Anyone interested in babywearing is more than welcome to attend!
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Patient referrals is the biggest honor that we could receive from our families! Judging by the record numbers of referrals coming in, we are thrilled to know that you are happy with our service! We look forward to continuing to provide outstanding healthcare to your children for many years to come!!!

The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends the flu vaccine for all children 6 months are older. Children and adolescents with a chronic health condition, such asthma, diabetes and disorders of the brain or nervous system are at high risk for flu complications.

Infographic: Protect your child from measles. Measles is still common in many parts of the world. Unvaccinated travelers who get measles in other countries continue to bring the disease into the United States. Give your child the best protection against measles with two doses of measles-mumps-rubella (MMR) vaccine.
It Is Not Too Late to Schedule Your Child's Flu Shot!

At Bright Future Pediatrics we continue to recommend timely vaccinations for all of our patients as it is the best and safest way to prevent the spread of vaccine preventable illness.

Vaccinations are not only important for individual health, but also the health of our community.

By providing timely immunizations to each individual, we also protect those who cannot receive vaccines – for example, those that are too young, battling cancer, or immune disorders.

​The CDC provides an up-to-date surveillance website with number of current measles cases and locations.

Be mindful that social media sites may not be accurate sources of information. Please go to the CDC website for official information about the measles.

Please also review the following information available on the CDC website for details about the measles, transmission, signs and symptoms, complications, and vaccine recommendations.

Measles Outbreak