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Helpful Resources for updating a TB test, CPR, and Tdap vaccine, if needed

It is the policy of Bay Super Nannies that nannies placed in a position will need to be current on their CPR (and possibly First Aid), have a negative TB test from within the last 2 years, and may need a Tdap vaccine if working with an infant.  Here are some helpful resources, and general information about these important safety requirements.

CPR:  Three of the largest providers of Child/Infant CPR in the Bay Area are:  Safety Training Seminars ( and American Red Cross ( and American Heart Association (  There are many other options as well.

Tdap:   The Tdap vaccine (Tetanus-Diphtheria-Pertussis) is very important if working with a baby under 1 year old (more info at ) as Tdap prevents whooping cough which can be very serious in newborns/infants.  Tdap can be obtained easily at Walgreens  or CVS pharmacy, or your doctor

Obtaining a TB Test and Tdap Vaccine: An individual can obtain a TB test and Tdap vaccine from their own doctor or hospital, or from other places like the SF Immunization and Travel Clinic (more info at ), located at:

AITC Immunization & Travel Clinic, 101 Grove Street, Room 102, San Francisco, CA 94102.  Appointments and general info: 415-544-2625

AITC hours: Mon/Wed/Thurs/Fri 9 am – 4 pm, Tues 9 am – 3 pm.  TB testing and Tdap vaccines are offered daily on a drop-in basis; no appointment is necessary.

TB Test Info:  The following is the information from the San Francisco Department of Health on TB testing: and here is the Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s info: