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What you need to know to protect your family from Measles.

It can be scary and confusing with all the information out there relating to the Measles disease and vaccine. We have provided some information below, click here for more information on Measles and the MMR vaccine. If you have questions, please give our office a call. Please remember that Measles is an airborne disease and can stays active in a room for up to 2 hrs after the infected individual has left the room.

What if my child has a rash?

As a way to protect and prevent any exposure to the Measles disease, we are asking parents to give us a call before entering the office if your child has a full body rash as pictured below, so a provider can check the rash to ensure it is not measles before entering. This will stop any exposure from occurring. While we don’t expect to see many cases here in Clark County, it is always possible and can never be predicted so we are doing what we can to prepare and protect our patients. 




Parental Resources

Below are some very informative resources for our parents that cover almost all concerns that a parent might have when it comes to their child and his or her care. Subjects from the latest information and up to date policies, recommendations, recalls, travel and safety information can be found here. Also guidance on growth/development, nutrition, immunizations and breastfeeding, can be found in the links below as well. However always feel free to contact us with any questions and concerns that you might have regarding your child. Our goal is to be readily available to you, the parent, no matter the question or concern.

Web resources

American Academy of Pediatrics (
Centers for Disease Control ( (1-800-222-1222)
Breastfeeding Resources (
Nevada Suicide Prevention and Awareness
Youth Suicide Prevention Lifeline
Nevada Anti-Bullying Laws & Policies