Immunization can protect children & adults from diseases like measles, diphtheria and pertussis. Protect yourself & your family, remember...get up to date, vaccinate! Visit the Sansum Clinic Health Resource Center to:
Learn how immunization shots work
Determine the different types of vaccines
Discover how the immune system fights diseases
Get the recommended schedule for adult and childhood vaccines
To learn more call or visit:
Sansum Clinic Health Resource Center 215 Pesetas Lane, Santa Barbara (805) 681-7672 Located on the 1st floor across from the lab
Community Flu Shot Clinics
Sansum Clinic provides flu shots through our community-wide Flu Shot Program conducted September through December each year. Vaccines for the 2014-2015 flu season are in production and supplies will soon be available. Bookmark this page to see the list of scheduled flu shot clinics as soon as it it released.
Shots, Suckers & Stickers, an Update on Childhood Vaccines
Going to the doctor for an immunization is about as much fun as getting a shot in the arm, except that you might get a sticker and lollipop. In this article, Daniel R. Brennan, MD, CLC, FAAP, Pediatrics discusses some of the diseases that you could contract if you skip these vital vaccines, and how it's definitely worth choosing the poke and getting the pop.
All About Childhood Vaccines
In this video, Board Certified Pediatrician, Dr. Daniel Brennan of Sansum Clinic in Santa Barbara discusses childhood vaccines and why they are as important in 2013 as they have ever been. Vaccines can safely protect our children and our communities from outbreaks of Diptheria, Pertussis, Pneumonia, Chicken Pox, Hepatitis A&B, Rotovirus and Meningitis.
Tdap vaccines are required for all California students entering 7th grade.
California State Law requires that all students entering the 7th grade provide proof of having had the Tdap vaccination by their healthcare provider prior to entering school. Watch our informative video called "What You Need to Know About the Tdap Vaccine".
Dr. Dan Brennan and Dr. Ali Javanbakht explain everything you need to know about the Tdap vaccine — why it is so important in protecting our school children and why it is also recommended for many adults, especially caregivers. Call 1 (800) 4 SANSUM to schedule an appointment with your doctor or pediatrician to receive the Tdap vaccine.