The American Academy of Pediatrics is working to get kids 5 and up vaccinated against COVID-19.
Where can my child get the COVID-19 vaccine?
Northwest Arkansas Pediatrics and most MANA Family Medicine locations are offering the lower dose vaccine for established patients age 5-11 and the vaccine for age 12-18 by appointment. Learn more
|Northwest Arkansas Pediatrics||Age 5 to 17||(479) 442-7322|
|Family Medicine Elkins||Age 5 and older||(479) 442-1676|
|Family Medicine North Fayetteville||Age 5 and older||(479) 443-3536|
|Family Medicine Pinnacle Hills||Age 5 and older||(479) 464-5599|
|Family Medicine Prairie Grove||Age 5 and older||(479) 846-5005|
|Family Medicine South Fayetteville||Age 5 and older||(479) 442-2822|
|Family Medicine Springdale||Age 5 and older||(479) 750-3630|
|Family Medicine SW Bentonville||Age 5 and older||(479) 464-5590|
|Family Medicine Thompson Street||Age 5 and older||(479) 756-1300|
If you’re still wondering, these videos might help you understand the need for vaccines. They might also bring questions to mind. We understand parents’ concern and want to answer any questions you may have. If you have any questions about the vaccines, talk to your pediatrician or family medicine doctor to get answers.
- COVID-19 Vaccines for Kids
- COVID-19 Vaccine for ages 12- 20
- COVID-19 Vaccine and Herd Immunity
- Children and the COVID-19 Delta Variant