Well Visits

It is very important to bring your child in for regular checkups; these Well Child visits allow us to evaluate your child’s health, growth, and development.

Well Child visits are also a good opportunity for you to discuss with your doctor any issues that may be of concern to you or to ask any questions related to your child’s health.

Below is a chart showing the immunization schedule recommended by the American Academy of Pediatrics. For more information on immunizations and screening tests, please visit the American Academy of Pediatrics or the Immunization Action Coalition.
 

Age

Immunizations & Screening Tests

2 weeks   state newborn screening, weight check
2 months   DTaP, IPV, Hepatitis B, HIB, Prevnar, RotaTeq
4 months   DTaP, IPV, HIB, Prevnar, RotaTeq
6 months   DTaP, IPV, Hepatitis B, HIB, Prevnar, RotaTeq
9 months   check up
12 months   MMR, Varicella, Hep A, Hemoglobin, Lead & Tuberculosis screening
1year-5 years   Spot Vision Screening
15 months   DTaP, HIB, Prevnar
18 months   Hepatitis A
24 months   check up
30 months   check up
4 years   Hearing/Vision, DTaP, IPV, MMR, Varicella
11 years   Tdap, Menactra, Gardisil
16 years   Menactra

American Academy of Pediatrics Well Visit Handouts

2- 5 Day (First Week) Visit 4 Year Visit
1 Month Visit 5 & 6 Year Visit
2 Month Visit 7 & 8 Year Visit (Patient)
4 Month Visit 7 & 8 Year Visit (Parent)
6 Month Visit 9 & 10 Year Visit (Patient)
9 Month Visit 9 & 10 Year Visit (Parent)
12 Month Visit 11 - 14 Year Visit (Patient)
15 Month Visit 11 - 14 Year Visit (Parent)
18 Month Visit 15 - 17 Year Visit (Patient)
2 Year Visit 15 - 17 Year Visit (Parent)
2.5 Year Visit 18 - 21 Year Visit
3 Year Visit Additional Growth & Development Handouts


A Sick Child appointment should be scheduled if your child is experiencing an immediate problem or illness.

You may also call and speak to any of our Triage Team for phone advice or utilize our Healthdesk by clicking here.

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