Capitol Pediatrics :: Our Love for kids keeps growing

Capitol Pediatrics :: Our Love for kids keeps growing

Check Ups & Vaccines

The physicians and staff at Capitol Pediatrics are advocates for your child’s well-being and strive to remain up-to-date on current advancements in the management of Pediatric illness and preventative care. In order to maintain the health of your child as well as other members of the community, we require our patients to complete the vaccination schedule as approved by the American Academy of Pediatrics. Below is the schedule of check-ups and vaccinations as provided and recommended by our office. Please feel free to discuss any questions or concerns you may have regarding preventative care, vaccines, or other minor issues at the time of your well-child visit. If you have any additional concerns that may require a lengthier or more involved discussion, we request that you make a separate appointment so that we can provide you and your child with the additional time and undivided attention you deserve.

Age of Child

At time of check up

Vaccines Given at this Visit

(see below for an explanation)

1 week Hepatitis B #1 (if not given in hospital at birth)
1 month Hepatitis B #2
2 months Pentacel #1, Prevnar #1, Rotateq #1
4 months Pentacel #2, Prevnar #2, Rotateq #2
6 months Pentacel #3, Prevnar #3, Rotateq #3, (Flu Shot, seasonally, Aug.-April)
9 months Hepatitis B #3
12 months HepatitisA #1, MMR, Varivax, CBC (Complete Blood Count)/Lead Check/TB Assessment
15 months DTaP,Prevnar, HIB
18 months Hepatitis A #2, Autism Screen
24 months Autism Screen
30 months Catch Up Vaccines
36 months Catch Up Vaccines
4 years old Kinrix (DTAP and Polio), Varivax #2, MMR #2
5 years old School vision/hearing screens; CBC, Urinalysis, Lead Check, TB Assessment
6-10 years old Annually Vision Screen
11 years old TdaP, Menactra, Gardasil; Vision Screen
12-18 years old Vision screen; CBC and urine check every 5 years; Menactra booster at 16 yr WCC

Flu a vaccine against influenza
DTaP a vaccine against Diphtheria, Tetanus and acellular (improved) Pertussis
Gardasil a vaccine against Human Papilloma Virus, the leading cause of cervical cancer
Hepatitis A a vaccine against food/water-borne Hepatitis
Hepatitis B a vaccine against blood-borne Hepatitis
IPV a vaccine against Polio Virus
Kinrix a combination vaccine including DTaP and IPV
Menactra a vaccine against Meningococcal meningitis
MMR a vaccine against Measle, Mumps and Rubella
Pentacel a combination vaccine including DTAP, HIB (a cause of meningitis) and IPV
Prevnar a vaccine against pneumococcal infections (pneumonia, ear/sinus infections)
Rotateq an oral vaccine against Rotavirus, a leading cause of vomiting/diarrhea/dehydration
TdaP a vaccine against Tetanus, Diphtheria and acellular Pertussis; the adolescent booster
Varivax a vaccine against Varicella, the virus that causes chicken pox