Well Checks

Well checks are done from 0-18 years of age. These visits are more frequent during child's first 2 years. We check baby's growth, do immunizations, and keep track of their milestones. Usually, we do a well baby visit a few days after birth, at about two weeks old and then at least once every two months during the first six months (at about 2, 4, and 6 months old). After this, American Academy of Pediatrics is recommends to have visits scheduled at 9, 12, 15, 18, and 24 months old. As your child grows, well child check ups should be scheduled about once a year. 

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Check-up age:

1 Week History, Physical Exam, Education Materials, PKU

2 Week: Physical exam only, educational materials

4 Weeks: Physical exam only. 

2 Months: HIB, Pediarix (DTaP, IPV, Hep B), Prevnar, Rotavirus vaccine (depending on brand,2 or 3 doses)

4 Months: HIB, Pediarix (DTaP, IPV, Hep B), Prevnar, Rotavirus vaccine

6 Months: Pediarix (DTaP, IPV, Hep B), Prevnar, Rotavirus vaccine (3rd dose based on brand)

9 Months: Physical exam, Developmental screening 

12 Months: Prevnar , MMR, Varicella, CBC, Lead screen if high risk

15 Months: Hib, DTaP, CBC (if not done at 12 months)

18 Months: Hep A #1, Fluoride varnish

2 Years:  Hep A #2, Lead screen if high risk

2 1/2 Years (30 months): Physical exam, Autism screening

3 Year: Physical exam, Fluoride varnish 

4 Years: Kinrix (IPV, DTaP), Proquad (MMR, Varicella); Hearing/Vision  

5 Years: Physical Exam; CBC, Cholesterol (Between 4-8yr at provider's discretion)

6 Years and every 2 years after: Physical Exam, Hearing/Vision 

11 Years: Tdap, Menveo, Gardasil 9 

There after: Tdap booster (5yrs if injury)

16 Years: Menveo (2nd dose), Meningococcal B, Pneumovax if high risk

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