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We are Menlo Park's neighborhood clinic offering exceptional service. We've grown with the city, expanding over the years to over 50 physicians covering 20 disciplines in two locations.
Menlo Medical Clinic partners with Stanford Health Care to give you the best health care possible: individualized and convenient with access to Stanford specialists and technology. At Stanford Health Care your health needs will be coordinated through MyHealth, our easy to use online tool. MyHealth will help you to manage your health care appointments, access your confidential medical records, and more. Together, we are providing a higher level of health care.
Our Primary Care Doctors
Care and Treatment
Our pediatricians are a tightly-knit family of experienced, friendly, and accessible doctors dedicated to providing personalized care for your children—at all stages and ages. We offer:
General child care, including well-baby and well-child
Adolescent and well-teen care
Same-day sick appointments
Newborn care at Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford
We provide our patients with the best of all worlds: personal care at Menlo Medical Clinic and, if needed, access to pediatric specialists at Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital for the most advanced care possible.
Pediatric Seasonal Flu Information
Menlo Medical Clinic has received this year’s flu vaccine for children ages 6 months and older.
Please note: Menlo Pediatrics will not be administering the nasal Flu-Mist this season due to the CDC’s recommendation.
Menlo Medical Clinic Guidelines
Routine influenza vaccination is recommended for all persons aged 6 months and older.
As in previous recommendations, all children aged 6 months through 8 years who receive a seasonal influenza vaccine for the first time should receive 2 doses, 1 month apart.
For those patients with severe egg allergies, flu vaccines must be obtained through the allergy department.
For those patients who have mild egg allergies AND have had flu vaccine in the past without a reaction, flu vaccines must be scheduled in the Pediatric Department during the regular business hours, Monday through Friday.
According to our physicians, you may receive the influenza vaccine if you have an upper respiratory illness as long as you do not have a high fever. Please consult your physician if you have questions.
All pediatric flu vaccines are preservative-free.
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Pediatric Flu Clinics (Drop-In Only)
Located in the Pediatric Department on 1N
Open 8:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
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University HealthCare Alliance ("UHA") operates the Menlo Medical Clinic practice. UHA is a medical foundation affiliated with Stanford Health Care and Stanford Medicine. UHA contracts with Menlo Medical Clinic to provide the medical care in the practice. Neither UHA, Stanford Health Care, nor Stanford University employ the physicians in the practice and do not exercise control over the professional services provided by Menlo Medical Clinic.
Make an Appointment
New to the clinic? Schedule your first appointment online.