Welcome to Castro Valley Pediatrics! We are happy to share our new office in Hayward with you.

Please bookmark this page with our new website's address: CastroValleyPediatrics.com.

To drastically decrease your time in the waiting room, we advise that you to print out a Patient Registration Form prior to your appointment. Fill out the form in the comfort of your own home, and hand it to the receptionist when you check in for your visit. This form is required for our new patients and for our existing patients if you have moved, changed phone numbers, or changed insurance.

  If you have a medication question, please call our office.  For refills, please contact your pharmacy.

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Measles Announcement from the California Department of Public Health

Since January 2011, eleven cases of measles have been reported in California and a nationwide increase in the numbers of reported measles cases has also been noted this year.   As in recent years, nearly all of the cases are known to have traveled recently to Europe or Asia or to have been in contact with international travelers (including via transit through U.S. international airports); some of the cases have been intentionally unvaccinated children.  

If your child is 12 months or older and not vaccinated, please call our office to schedule vaccination or to speak with your pediatrician.  If your child is 6 months and older and unvaccinated, and you plan to travel outside of the United States, please call our office to schedule vaccination or to speak to your pediatrician.

New AAP Car Seat Guidelines are out!

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Important Whooping Cough Information

We'd like you to know that whooping cough, a very serious illness also known as pertussis, is widespread in California.

California law now requires that all incoming 7 th -12 th graders get a whooping cough booster shot, called Tdap, before entering school. This shot is routinely recommended for children ages 10 and older.

Please call our office today to schedule your child's appointment.

Remember to ask us about other vaccines your child may need and bring your child's yellow immunization card to the visit. Thank you.

Check out our Patient Education Section on the left for new weblinks on Vaccine Safety, Internet Safety, and Adolescent Health!

Redwood Road Freeway Exit is now open

If you are traveling from the San Ramon/Dublin area, you can take the Redwood Road exit from the 580.  Make a left from the freeway.  Redwood Road turns into A Street.  You can make a right on 2nd street or Foothill Blvd. to reach our parking lot.

Pertussis (Whooping Cough) Informational Video


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