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We strongly believe that vaccines are a critical component to the long term health of your children. They promote health and wellness and protect our community from serious disease.

what to expect at your child's well visit


Is your child coming in for a well visit soon? Here is a list of immunizations you can expect at your child’s visit:

Well VisitImmunizations Received
Newborn Hepatitis B
1 month Hepatitis B
2 monthsPentacel (DTaP, HIB, Polio), Prevnar 13, Rotavirus
4 monthsPentacel (DTaP, Hib, Polio), Prevnar 13, Rotavirus
6 monthsPentacel (DTaP, Hib, Polio), Prevnar 13, Rotavirus*
9 monthsHepatitis B
12 monthsMMR, Varicella, Hep A
15 monthsPrevnar 13
18 months Hepatitis A, Pentacel (DTaP, Hib, Polio)
4 yearsMMR, Varicella, Quadracel (DTaP, Polio)
9 yearsHPV
11 yearsMenactra, TDaP
16 yearsMenactra, Meningococcal Group B

*Influenza vaccine can be given yearly after 6 months of age 

The following charts indicate the recommended ages for routine administration of currently licensed vaccines for children by the CDC:

Learn more about childhood vaccines

Visit the Centers for Disease Control online to learn more about immunizations, including school and state laws, and the purpose of vaccines and how they can benefit your child.

We encourage all of our patients to follow the CDC-recommended vaccination schedule, but are available to discuss vaccine concerns with our patients.  If you decide that you do not want to vaccinate your child you must sign a vaccination refusal form to be kept on file.  If you refuse to sign the form, unfortunately we will not be able to see your child for their appointment. 

*Parents please note that if your child is under the age of 18 and they are due for vaccines, you must accompany them to their appointment to sign off on the vaccine consent form. 

If your child needs updated immunizations, you may schedule an appointment by calling our office at (814) 266-8840 or you may use the Patient Portal.

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