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Vaccine Schedule

Age
Vaccine
1 Month 6-8 Weeks 4 Months 6 Months 9 Months 12 Months 15 Months 18 Months 2 Years 2 ½ Years 3 Years 4-6 Years 9-12 Years 18 Years
Hepatitis B # (1st dose in Hospital)

Diptheria, Tetanus, Pertussis [DtaP]; [dTaP]

*****

H influenzae type B

***

Rotavirus ORAL

Polio (IPV)

 

Pneumococcal Vaccine [Prevnar]

Measles-mumps-rubella [MMR]

Varicella * [Varivax]

Hepatitis A

HPV

Meningococcal

****

Total Vaccines  Oral
   Shots
0
1
 1
2
 1
2
1
2
0
1
0
3
0
3
0
1
0
1
0
3
 0 oral
1@10y 2@11y
Labs Lead
Hemoglobin
Lead Lipid Panel***  Lipid Panel***

* If 13 years or older (for first vaccination) needs 2 doses at least one month apart

** This is a 3 shot series given 0, 2 and 6 months.  IF started before age 15, only 2 shots are needed.  Can be started at age 9.

*** Lipid panel if age 9 and again at age 18.  Can be done at other ages based on family history

**** Meningococcal vaccine is recommended by Four Seasons Pediatrics at age 11 and at age 16.  Required for school entry in New York for 7th and 12th grade

*****TdaP is recommended by Four Seasons Pediatrics at age 10 years due to the ongoing outbreak of Whooping Cough (Pertussis).  Required for school entry at age 11.

Above is the Current Four Seasons Pediatrics Vaccine Schedule

CDC Schedule:

Birth to 18 years                          Catch up schedule if behind

Please consider the importance of scheduling visits for certain shots:

  • 1 month check up should be timed to be 4 weeks from the Hepatitis B if given in hospital
  • 6 month check up should be on or after 6 months of age if during a time when flu shots are given
  • 12 month check up should be on or after your child’s birthday
  • 18 month check up must be 6 months or more from the 12 month check up to get the Hepatitis A vaccine
  • 4 Year check up must be on or after the birthday

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