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  • Writer's pictureJennifer King, M.D.

Happy Spring

Updated: Jul 25, 2021

Dear Muskegon Pediatrics Patient - Happy March, spring is here!

We Can Now Vaccinate Special Needs Caregivers

Muskegon Pediatrics is pleased to announce the availability of Covid vaccinations for parents and caregivers of children with special needs, disabilities or medical conditions that may increase the risk of serious complications of an infection.​

Parents, grandparents and other caregivers of these children may register themselves using the link below and we will contact you with information on scheduling a specific appointment time at our office.

To register for a vaccine appointment complete this form:

I know there are concerns about the safety of getting the COVID vaccine while pregnant or breastfeeding. It is safe and important to get the COVID vaccine even if pregnant or breastfeeding - you can continue to safely breastfeed - you do not need to pump and dump.

Other Covid Vaccine Eligibility

More priority tiers are now eligible to receive the vaccine including recently added 50 and older with underlying health conditions. If you or your loved one needs help signing up, please call Muskegon Pediatrics and we will assist you.

Covid Vaccine Information

Muskegon County:

Oceana, Mason, Newaygo County

Ottawa County

Kent County

You may register in the county where you work or live.

If you have concerns about receiving the COVID vaccine, please email us at

Muskegon Pediatrics Care Closet

Muskegon Pediatrics has opened a Care Closet. We have clothing, shoes, coats, hats and gloves for newborn to adult. If your family needs anything please call and we will get a bag together for you.

It's Safe and Important To See Your Doctor

With this in mind I want to remind you of a few things about Muskegon Pediatrics:


Call 231-638-4120 to get the medical attention you need when you need it.


Have an urgent medical question at 8PM? Call our office at any time and use the after hours call service to speak with your doctor.


We are able to use video conferencing for many types of visits. Call 231-638-4120 to learn more.


No waiting room! Call us when you arrive and we'll put you directly into a patient room.


Masks are worn by patients and staff at all times and we've increased all cleaning protocols. We continue to separate sick from well patients and eliminated people waiting in common areas.


If you missed our drive-thru flu vaccine clinics this year you can still schedule an appointment and get this important protection.

In wellness,

Jennifer King, M.D.

Muskegon Pediatrics, PLC

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