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Immunization & Well Child

Immunization & Well Child Visit Schedule

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We follow the Well Child Visit Schedule recommended by the American Academy of Pediatrics. After age 2, we recommend annual appointments with one of our pediatricians through age 18 to assess your child’s healthy growth and development.

The American Academy of Pediatrics has confirmed that vaccines are both safe and necessary to prevent potentially life-threatening disease. The Centers for Disease Control state that vaccines reduce the risk of infection by working with the body’s natural defenses to help it safely develop immunity to disease.

Current Vaccine Information Statements

Weight Check Visit

48 Hour Post-Hospital Discharge
No vaccines

2 Week Checkup

PKU (Heel Stick)

2 Month Checkup

1st Vaxelis
1st PCV
1st RotaTeq

4 Month Checkup

2nd Vaxelis
2nd PCV
2nd RotaTeq

6 Month Checkup

3rd Vaxelis
3rd PCV
3rd RotaTeq

9 Month Checkup

No vaccines*

12 Month Checkup

1st MMR
1st Varivax
1st Hep A
4th PCV
Complete Blood Count (CBC)

15 Month Checkup

4th Pentacel

18 Month Checkup

2nd Hep A

2 & 3 Year Checkups

No vaccines*

4 Year Checkup

2nd MMR
2nd Varivax

6 – 10 Year Checkups

No vaccines*

11 Year Checkup

1st Menquadfi
Gardasil (1 of 2 dose series)

12 – 15 Year Checkups

No vaccines*

16 – 18 Year Checkups

2nd Menquadfi Bexsero (1 of 2 dose series)

* Unless needed to catch up or otherwise directed by your pediatrician

Vaccine Information