ARC Vaccine Policy

The physicians and staff at Austin Regional Clinic support and strongly recommend vaccinations for all new and established patients.

We strive to keep our clinics safe for infants who have not yet had the full range of vaccinations, as well as seniors, pregnant women, and many other individuals with compromised immune systems. We are committed to providing you with accurate and up-to-date information about vaccines while creating a safe and informed space where we can discuss your questions and concerns.

We request immunization records for all our pediatric patients. To help us protect our highest-risk patients, we encourage our families who choose not to vaccinate to talk with their child’s doctor about immunization questions or concerns. Your child’s doctor can update you on recommended vaccinations and work with you on a vaccine catch-up schedule.


Childhood vaccines save lives and keep your child safe by …

  • Protecting them from diseases like polio, rubella, measles, diphtheria, and more
  • Preventing outbreaks in communities
  • Protecting those who cannot be vaccinated due to medical reasons
  • Eradicating diseases like small-pox and achieving near elimination for diseases like polio

Today, thanks to the development and widespread use of vaccines, the frequency of life-threatening diseases has been vastly reduced, and in some cases almost eliminated.

Below you will find the pediatric immunization schedule and website resources that offer information about immunizations at all ages.

Pediatric Immunization Schedule:

Please call your pediatrician to make appointments or for any questions.

Adult immunization Schedule:

Vaccine Resources