Sunday, May 28, 2017

SOCPA Physical and Immunization Schedule

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4-7 DayWeight and Jaundice Check
2 WeeksPhysical Exam (Hep B if not given in Hospital)
2 MonthsPhysical Exam, Pentacel (DTaP/Polio/Hib combo), Hep B, Prevnar, Rotateq
4 MonthsPhysical Exam, Pentacel, Prevnar, Rotateq
6 MonthsPhysical Exam, Pentacel, Prevnar, Rotateq
9 MonthsHep B, Developmental Screening
12 MonthsPhysical Exam, MMR, Varivax, Hep A, Hemoglobin
15 MonthsPhysical Exam, Prevnar, Pentacel
18 MonthsPhysical Exam, Hep A, M-CHAT Autism screen, Developmental Screening
2 YearsPhysical Exam, M-CHAT Autism screen, Developmental Screening
3 YearsPhysical Exam, Developmental Screening
4 YearsPhysical Exam, Vision Screen, MMRV
5 YearsPhysical Exam, Urinalysis, Hearing & Vision Screen, Kinrix (DTaP/Polio combo), PPD (TB Test)
6 YearsPhysical Exam, Hearing & Vision Screen
7 YearsPhysical Exam, Lipid Panel
8 YearsPhysical Exam, Hearing & Vision Screen
9 YearsPhysical Exam, Lipid Panel
10 YearsPhysical Exam, Hearing & Vision Screen
11 YearsPhysical Exam, Tdap, Menactra, HPV vaccine
12 Years thru 18 YearsAnnual Physical Exam with Vision screen, Menactra booster at 16 years, Lipid Panel at 18 years, Chlamydia screen girls 16 years & older or sexually active

Click here to view our Immunization Policy(Southern Orange County Pediatric Associates may authorize an exemption from our “minimum immunization schedule” for medical reasons.  Please consult with your physician to discuss specific concerns.)

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:
Helping children today have healthier tomorrows.
Helping adolescents today have healthier tomorrows.

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