|After Hospital Discharge — 5 days old||Check-up (Medicaid / Chip only)|
|2 weeks old||Check-up|
|6 weeks old||Check-up (Private Insurance only)|
|2 and 4 months old||Check-up with Vaccines-Pediatrix, HIB, PCV13, Rotarix|
|6 months old||Check-up with Vaccines- Pediatrix, HIB, PCV13|
|9 months old||Check-up|
|12 months old||Checkup with Vaccines & Labs - MMR, Varivax, PCV 13, Hep. A #1|
|15 months old||Check-up with Vaccines- DTaP, HIB|
|18 months old||Check-up with Vaccines-Hep. A #2|
|2 years old||Check-up and Labs (Medicaid / Chip only)|
|2 1/2 years old (30 mo.)||Check-up (Medicaid / Chip only)|
|3 years old||Check-up|
|4 years old||Check-up with Vaccines- DTaP, IPV, MMR, Varivax|
|10 years old||Check-up with Vaccines - Tdap|
|11 years old||Check-up with Vaccines - MCV4, and HPV (Optional)|
|15 years old||Check-up with Vaccines-Tdap|
|16 years old||Check-up with Vaccines- MCV4, BEXSERO (Optional)|
Hepatitis B #1 should have been given in the hospital at the time of birth, which replaces the one given at 2 months of age. If it was not given, a Hepatitis B vaccine will be given at 2 months of age.
Every year after 2 years old I would like to do an annual exam. Some annual exams will involve lab work, please check with us.
Flu vaccines may be given during the flu season beginning at 6 months of age.
Changes may apply at any time.