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Schedule a COVID-19 Vaccine Appointment (Age 5-17)

Where can I get my child vaccinated? 

Lee Health has convenient options for parents to get their children age 5+ vaccinated at Lee Health. Currently the vaccine is being offered at Lee Health Pediatric Infectious Disease offices and certain Lee Physician Group Pediatric offices.

Current Patients Only Scheduling Information Below

Lee Physician Group Pediatric Offices and Lee Health Pediatric Infectious Disease

The COVID-19 vaccine is being offered at the following locations for children age 5+. Appointments can be made for LPG offices via MyChart or by calling the phone number listed for the location you wish to have your children vaccinated. These locations are available to vaccinate established LPG patients only. 

Schedule via MyChart

LPG Pediatrics – Page Field
4751 S Cleveland Avenue
Fort Myers, Florida 33907

LPG Pediatrics – Cape Coral
650 Del Prado Boulevard, Suite 107
Cape Coral, Florida 33990

LPG Pediatrics – Lehigh Acres
260 Beth Stacey Boulevard, Suite C
Lehigh Acres, Florida 33936

LPG Pediatrics – Lee Health Coconut Point
23450 Via Coconut Point, Suite H
Estero, Florida 33928

LPG Pediatrics – Port Charlotte
2525 Harbor Boulevard, Suite 204
Port Charlotte, Florida 33952

2484 Caring Way, Suite F
Port Charlotte, Florida 33952

Lee Health Pediatric Infectious Disease – HealthPark Medical Center
9981 S Healthpark Drive, Suite 454
Fort Myers, Florida 33908

Pediatric Vaccine Safety Information

  • The Pfizer-Bi COVID-19 vaccine has been approved for children age 5+.
  • The vaccine for children age 5-11 is the same as the adult vaccine (12+) but comes in a smaller dose.
  • Please click here for more information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on the pediatric COVID-19 vaccine

Parents of eligible children should get their children vaccinated right away. The vaccine, previously approved for children age 12-17, has proven to keep kids safe and out of the hospital. It also helps prevent spreading the coronavirus to older and more-at risk family members, and protects children from long-term complications of COVID-19 like multisystem inflammatory syndrome.