Immunization Schedule

If you have interest in learning more about vaccines and why we recommend them see our Links to Vaccine Information. We give combination vaccines where appropriate to decrease total number of injections. Our vaccines are Thimerasol free except for the flu vaccine. DTacP(Diptheria, Tetanus, acellular Pertussis), IPV(Inactivated Polio Vaccine), MMR(Measles, Mumps, Rubella), Prevnar(newer Pneumococcal vaccine for infants and young children), Varicella(Chickenpox), Td(Adult Diptheria, Tetanus) are the vaccines we give. The AAP Childhood Immunization schedule and the AAP Adolescent Immunization schedule will give you a visual representation of the current recommendations.

**Gardasil (HPV) - recommended for all males and females between 9 years old and college age.

**All age groups are recommended to have yearly flu shots.

Visit Age

Vaccines Given

Birth Hepatitis B (in hospital)
1 Month Hepatitis B
2 Month Pentacel (Dtap, IPV, Hib) 
Prevnar 
RotaTeq
4 Month Pentacel (Dtap, IPV, Hib) 
Prevnar 
RotaTeq
6 Month Pentacel (Dtap, IPV, Hib) 
Prevnar 13
RotaTeq
9 Month Hepatitis B
12 Month Hepatitis A
Varicella 
MMR
15 Month

Prevnar 13
Hib

18 Month DTaP
2 Years Hepatitis A
4Years DtaP 
IPV 
MMR 
Varicella
11 Years

TDAP, Menactra (Meningococcal) and Gardasil 9

16 Years Menactra (Meningococcal)
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