Immunization schedule

Our practice follows the immunization guidelines recommended by the American Academy of Pediatrics. Follow this link to review a copy of our practice's vaccine policy.

For detailed immunization information from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) please visit www.cdc.gov/vaccines/pubs/vis or www.cdc.gov/vaccines/hcp/acip-recs.

For a schedule of CDC recommended vaccinations and the diseases they prevent click here.

Recommended immunizations birth through 16 years old

For a printable version of this chart, click here to download.

The following schedule has been adopted for patients who are in the practice from birth.

Birth Hepatitis B #1
1 Month Hepatitis B #2 (Minimum 28 days after dose #1)
2 Months 2 months DaPT - IPV - HIB (Pentacel) #1
Prevnar #1
RotaTeq #1*
4 Months 4 months DaPT - IPV - HIB (Pentacel) #2
Prevnar #2
RotaTeq #2*
6 Months 2 months DaPT - IPV - HIB (Pentacel) #3
Prevnar #3
RotaTeq #3*
9 Months Hepatitis B #3
12 Months 12 months MMR #1
Varivax #1
Prevnar #4
CBC (lead if necessary)
15 Months 15 months DaPT - IPV - HIB (Pentacel) #4
Hepatitis A #1
18 Months  
2 Years 2 years Hepatitis A #2
Lead (if necessary)
4 Years 4 years DaPT #5
IPV #4
5 Years 5 years MMR #2
Varivax #2**
CBC, UA (lead if necessary)
11 Years 11 years Tdap
Meningococcal #1
HPV***
16 Years Meningococcal #2
Flu vaccine age 6 months and older per seasonal recommendations.
PPD test if indicated by risk factors.

*RotaTeq should be started at 6-14 weeks of age, given at 2 months, 4 months, 6 months of age and completed by 32 weeks of age.
**Varivax booster recommended for age 5 and can be given at all check-ups thereafter to catch-up.
***HPV is a series of 3 injections, dose #2 - 2 months after dose #1, dose #3 - 4 months after dose #2.