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Well Child Immunization Schedule

Administration and refusal 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 (doses must be 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
18 months DTaP, Hib, IPV, (Pentacel 3 in 1 combo) Prevnar 13, Hep A (Provider may wait to give Hep A at 2 year visit)
2 years Hep A (if not given at 18 months)
30 months The AAP (American Academy of Pediatrics) recommends a 30 month check-up. Immunizations to be determined  at time of visit.
3 years No vaccines unless behind schedule
4 years Prevnar 13 Booster (if needed), Hep A (if needed), DTaP, MMR, IPV and Varivax
5 to 9 years No vaccines unless behind schedule
10 years TDaP
11 years Meningococcal, TDaP (if not given at 10 year visit)
12 to 13 years Gardasil® 9
14 to 15 years No vaccines unless behind schedule
16 years Meningococcal (1st dose given at 11 year visit)
17 years and older Meningococcal B
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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