Updated June 24th: We have been provided a small allotment of Pfizer Covid vaccine for the 6 month up to 5 year age group. We are opening up some appointments. Please call to schedule. We ask that you do not call if your child has a well visit within the next 2 months or you have already scheduled a vaccine appointment at another institution. Also, we would like to remind you that this will be a Nurse/MA visit only. You will not be seeing your doctor. If there are any questions about the vaccine, please send a portal before the appointment day so your doctor or doctor’s staff have time to respond.


June 21, 2022

Seattle Children’s Hospital will start offering both Pfizer and Moderna vaccine (assuming availability) on their main campus for 6mo-5yr age group. AND Odessa Brown – Othello will start offering Pfizer only. Scheduling is through Seattle Children’s public portal: Seattle Children’s public portal COVID-19 Vaccines.

Other scheduling websites:,

Here at NSP, we are actively working on all the logistics to allow our clinic to vaccinate your child. At this time, we are not scheduling any appointments. When we have a confirmed supply of vaccine and a plan for the safest administration process, we will update our website and Facebook. Thanks for your patience.

Formula shortage

Since the outbreak of COVID-19, there have been significant shortages of infant formulas in some stores. Current shortages have been largely caused by supply chain issues and a recall of several contaminated baby formula products. Check with your local stores or online retailers about availability.
To help ease the impact of shortages, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) advises buying no more than a 10-day to 2-week supply of formula.
What if baby formula is out of stock everywhere?
If you’re struggling to find baby formula, here are some tips that can help.
Keep in mind, this advice is strictly for URGENT situations. If you have any concerns about your baby’s nutrition, please talk with your pediatrician.

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Covid Vaccine 5-11 year

Effective Monday, May 23, 2022, Seattle Children’s will offer booster doses of the Pfizer COVID-19 mRNA vaccine under an Emergency Use Authorization to children ages 5 to 11 years. The booster dose can be received 5 months after the second dose of the Pfizer vaccine.

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American Academy of Pediatrics video on immunizations for ages 0-6 years

This video features Edith Bracho-Sanchez, MD, FAAP, a pediatrician and “new mama,” discussing the childhood immunization schedule, including why each vaccine is recommended at specific ages.
Childhood Immunization Schedule for Ages | 0-6 Years | American Academy of Pediatrics:

Pre-visit online questionnaires

Back to school news clip

Click on the link below to watch a news interview with our very own Dr. Hibbard. He discusses vaccines and getting back to school.

Dr. Hibbard interview

COVID-19 updates

Questions about COVID-19? See our A to Z Resource Guide for up-to-date office information, resources, and guidance from your trusted providers.

Phone check in

We are now doing phone check in for all appointments! Please call from your car when you have arrived. If you walk to our building, then please call before entering. Call 206-368-6080. We have dedicated phone lines for this check in process.


Please note that parents and patients over age 2 are REQUIRED to wear a face mask in the office. Thank you for your understanding.


To our patients and families,

As your medical home, we want to clearly state that we believe racism and inequality in all their forms are detrimental to all aspects of health.

We stand together to fight against racism, injustice and inequality, and we believe in equity and inclusion. We believe in providing the highest standard of medical care to all children and their families, regardless of the color of their skin, the language they speak, their gender or orientation. Read more