Our practice follows the immunization guidelines recommended by the American Academy of Pediatrics. For descriptions of these vaccines and the diseases they protect against, please visit www.vaccinesafety.edu and www.immunize.org
For detailed informational sheets published by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) please visit www.cdc.gov/vaccines/pubs/vis.
A current immunization schedule is listed below. Please be advised that immunizations are dynamic and change is to be expected. A parent or guardian must be present to provide consent for vaccines to be administered to any patient less than 18 years of age.
*After the age of 6 months, an annual Influenza is recommended
HBV#1 (usually given in hospital)
1 month visit
2 month visit
Pentacel (DTaP, Hib, IPV), Prevnar #1, Rotavirus #1
4 month visit
Pentacel (DTaP, Hib, IPV), Prevnar #2, Rotavirus #2
6 month visit
Pentacel (DTaP, Hib, IPV), Prevnar #3, Rotavirus #3, Influenza
9 month visit
HBV#3, Hematocrit, Influenza
12 month visit
MMR#1, Varicella#1, HepA#1, Influenza
15 month visit
DTaP#4, HIB#4, Prevnar#4, Influenza
18 month visit
2 year visit
Hematocrit (if indicated), Influenza
3 year visit
4 year visit
5 year visit
DTaP#5, IPV#4, MMR#2, Varivax #2, Influenza
6 year visit
11-12 year visit
Meningococcal , HPV (2 doses given 6 months apart), Tdap booster, Influenza
Meningococcal booster, Meningococcal B vaccine (2 doses given 6 months apart)
Schedule your child’s checkup now and avoid the rush.
Kindergarten immunizations can be given any time after your child turns 4 years old.
Please ask our staff at your child’s next checkup for a copy of the FL Immunization form.
If you call or come by the office to request a copy of your child’s FL Immunization form, please allow us 72 hours to complete the request.