Vaccine Schedule

AGE IMMUNIZATION/TEST
Birth Hep B
2 weeks NONE
2 months Pentacel
(DTaPIPVHiB), Hep BPrevnarRotateq
4 months Pentacel
(DTaPIPVHiB), PrevnarRotateq
6 months Pentacel
(DTaPIPVHiB), Hep BPrevnarRotateq, Lead
9 months Hep B if not given at 6 months
12 months MMRHep A, Hemoglobin, Prevnar
If indicated by screening *Lead Test **TB test
15 months Varivax, Pentacel
18 months Hep A #2, MCHAT, Spot Vision
2 years Lead, TB, MCHAT
2 ½ years (at parent or physician discretion.)
3 years Lead, TB (if high risk), Spot Vision
4 years Proquad (MMRVarivax), IPV, TDAP (combined vaccine available)
Lead (if high risk), TB
Vision and Hearing Screen
5 years Lead, TB
Vision and Hearing Screen
6 years Lead, TB
Vision and Hearing Screen
8 years TB
Vision and Hearing Screen
10 years Cholesterol, TB
Vision and Hearing Screen
11-12 years Tetanus Booster with Acellualar Pertussis (Tdap)
(required)
Followed by a Tetanus booster every 10 years.
Menactra (meningococcal) vaccine (recommended)
Gardasil (HPV) (recommended)  ***Series of Two Vaccines; Hep A vaccine recommended if patient has not received it between 12-24 months.
TB, Vision Screen
Menactra (meningococcal) vaccine (recommended)
Gardasil (HPV) (if not previously given)
Hemoglobin (Females-annually after 12-14 years).
All children ages 6months to 18 years Seasonal Influenza Vaccine
Description of Abbreviations:DTaP= Diptheria, Tetanus, PertussisIPV= injectable Polio Vaccine

HIB= Hemophilis Influenza type B

HepB= Hepatitis B

HPV – Human Papilloma Virus

Hep A=Hepatitis A *Annually between 1 and 6 years of age if at risk

* Lead test annually between 1 and 6 years of age if at risk.

**TB test annually if at risk

 For more information about vaccines, go to: www.cdc.gov/vaccinesFor more information about vaccines in other languages, go to: www.immunize.org/vis