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Primary Care for Preterm Infants & Children

New RSV prevention recommendations are being approved in fall 2023.
Please refer to for updates.
CDPH urges prenatal care providers to provide RSV vaccine for all pregnant patients from September through January during weeks 32 through 36 of gestation. Read CDPH's memo regarding the nirsevimab shortage issued on October 30, 2023.

The Primary Care for Infants & Children Toolkit:

  • Highlights nutritional, immunization, and special screening requirements for preterm infants and children
  • Consolidates recommendations from national organizations such as the AAP, CDC, and ACIP
  • Provides updated information in an easily-accessible reference for busy primary care pediatric providers
  • Includes a supplemental NICU Discharge Provider Template modifiable word document that NICUs can edit for their specific needs and include in their discharge summaries

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November 2023