|4-7 Day||Weight and Jaundice Check|
|2 Weeks||Physical Exam (Hep B if not given in Hospital)|
|2 Months||Physical Exam, Pentacel (DTaP/Polio/Hib combo), Hep B, Prevnar, Rotarix|
|4 Months||Physical Exam, Pentacel, Prevnar, Rotarix|
|6 Months||Physical Exam, Pentacel, Prevnar|
|9 Months||Hep B, Hemoglobin, Developmental Screening|
|12 Months||Physical Exam, MMR, Varivax, Hep A|
|15 Months||Physical Exam, Prevnar, Pentacel|
|18 Months||Physical Exam, Hep A, M-CHAT Autism screen, Developmental Screening|
|2 Years||Physical Exam, M-CHAT Autism screen, Developmental Screening|
|3 Years||Physical Exam, Developmental Screening|
|4 Years||Physical Exam, Vision Screen, MMRV|
|5 Years||Physical Exam, Urinalysis, Hearing & Vision Screen, Kinrix (DTaP/Polio combo), PPD (TB Test)|
|6 Years||Physical Exam, Hearing & Vision Screen, Lipid Panel, Hemoglobin & Hematocrit|
|8 and 10 Years||Physical Exam, Hearing & Vision Screen|
|11 Years||Physical Exam, Vision Screen, Tdap, Menactra, HPV vaccine|
|12 Years thru 18 Years||Annual Physical Exam with Vision screen, Menactra booster at 16 years, Lipid Panel at 16 years, Chlamydia screen girls 16 years & older or sexually active|
To view information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention regarding American Academy of Pediatrics recommended vaccination schedules, please click here.
If your child misses a dose of a particular vaccine, please consult your child’s pediatrician about catch-up vaccines.
Merck has provided descriptions of many vaccine-preventable diseases. To view these educational resources, please click the links below:
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