Child Immunization Schedule

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    At Birth

    HepB

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    2 Months

    HepB + DTap + PCV + Hib + Polio +RV

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    4 Months

    DTap + PCV + Hib + Polio +RV

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    6 Months

    HepB + DTap + PCV + Polio + RV

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    9 Months

    No Vaccines If Current

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    12 Months

    MMR + PCV + Varicela + HepA

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    15 Months

    DTap + Hib

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    18 Months

    HepA

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    4-5 Years

    DTap + MMR + Varicela + Polio

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    11 Years

    TDap + Menactra + HPV

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    16 Years

    Menactra

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    Yearly: 6 Months - 18 Years

    Influenza*

We encourage all patients and parents/guardians/caretakers to be current on all immunizations. If your child does not require a visit with a physician, please call our office during regular business hours and we schedule your immunization only appointment during the hours of 9:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m. Tuesdays, Wednesdays or Thursdays. To schedule your child an appointment to receive immunizations, please call our office at 523-3060.

*All children ages 6 months and older should be vaccinated against influenza. Two doses are recommended for children ages 6 months through 8 years of age if receiving the influenza vaccine for the first time.

Description of Vaccines

Hep B – Hepatitis B, a serious and incurable liver disease
DTaP – Diphtheria, tetanus (lock jaw), and pertussis (whooping cough)
PCV – Pneumococcal disease, a serious blood, lung and brain infection
Hib – Haemophilus influenzae type B, a serious brain, throat and blood infection
IPV – Polio, a serious paralyzing disease
Rota – Rotavirus, a serious diarrheal disease
MMR – Measles, Mumps and Rubella
Hep A – Hepatitis A, a serious liver disease
Varicella – Chicken Pox, can have serious, debilitating health effects including secondary infections
Influenza – flu which can cause a serious lung infection, bacterial pneumonia and serious health problems

NOTE: If you miss a shot, your child will not need to start again; just go back to the doctor for the next shot. The doctor will help you keep up to date on your child’s immunizations.

Additional Information On Immunizations