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Well Child Immunization Schedule

Administration of any vaccine requires the written consent by a parent.*

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Check-up Age Immunizations
1 week old (2-4 days after hospital discharge Hep B (if not given in the hospital)
1 month Hep B (if given at least 4 weeks apart)
2 months DTaP, Hib, IPV, (Pentacel 3 in 1 combo) Prevnar 13,  Rotateq (Oral) and Hep B (if not given at 1 month visit)
4 months DTaP, Hib, IPV, (Pentacel 3 in 1 combo) Prevnar 13,  Rotateq (Oral)
6 months DTaP, Hib, IPV, (Pentacel 3 in 1 combo) Prevnar 13,  Rotateq (Oral)
9 months Hep B
12 months MMR / VARIVAX, Hep A
15 months DTaP, Hib, IPV, (Pentacel 3 in 1 combo) Prevnar 13,  Rotateq (Oral)
18 months DTaP, Hib, IPV, (Pentacel 3 in 1 combo) Prevnar 13,  Rotateq (Oral)
Under 2 years Hepatitis A (can now be given at 1 year of age)
2 years Prevnar 13 Booster / Hep A (2nd dose, if needed)
30 months The AAP (American Academy of Pediatrics) recommends a 30 month check-up. Immunizations to be determined  at time of visit.
3 years Prevnar 13 Booster (if needed) / / Hep A (2nd dose, if needed)
4 or 5 years Prevnar 13 Booster (if needed) /  Hep A (if needed), DTaP, MMR, IPV and Varivax
6 years and older Any required Booster vaccines
9 years and older Gardasil®
11-12 years and older Meningococcal , TDaP
11 years and every 5-10 years after TDaP Booster
When recommended by your provider the following vaccines are available certain times of the year
Spring and summer Meningococcal and TDaP Booster, when applicable
Fall and winter Influenza and Pneumovax

* This is a typical immunization schedule. Due to many changes in immunizations, your child may not follow this exact timing for administration.

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