your child efficiently, we recommend that you request non urgent
medical appointments from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Newborns
are better served at 8:30 a.m. or 1:45 p.m.
We do realize that occasionally you may feel that your child has
a medical emergency. If this is the case a staff member will "work
your child in" Between patients. Be aware that unless your
child has a serious illness we will evaluate your child as soon
as there is an opening. If your child is in "distress"
or has high fever (i.e.: more than 104ºF) you should let
the nurse know in order to accommodate your child as soon as possible.
In general, routine physical check ups should be scheduled 4
weeks in advance specially during the summer months.
appointments for physical exam, growth and developmental evaluation:
2-3 days After birth
7 days-14 days Newborn
screen, hearing re-screen if needed..
2 mo. DTaP, IPV, Hib, HBV V-2, prevnar
4 mo. DTaP, IPV, Hib, prevnar
6 mo. DTaP, Hib, prevnar
9 mo. IPV, HBV V , anaemia test or screen?/dental referral
12 mo. MMR, Varivax, PPD if at risk for T.B.
15 mo. DTaP, HiB, prevnar?
18 mo. General exam, Vision-hearing
24 mo. HAV V, PPD, Lead + Anemia test.
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