Your Child's Visits

Dr. Jenn Gruen & Dr. Nikki Gorman
Village Pediatrics LLC
156 Kings Highway North
Westport, CT 06880
203.221.7337
www.villagepedi.com

Well Child Check ups:


Newborn (3-5 days): Hep B #1 (if not given @birth)

2 Weeks: weight check

1 month: Hep B #2

2 months: Pentacel (DTaP/IPV/HiB #1), Prevnar #1, Rotateq #1

4 months: Pentacel (DTaP/IPV/HiB #2), Prevnar #2, Rotateq #2

6 months: Pentacel (DTaP/IPV/HiB #3), Prevnar #3, Rotateq #3


9 months: Hemoglobin, lead, Hep B #3

1 year: PPD (for patients “at risk”), Varivax #1, MMR #1, Hepatitis A #1

15 months: Prevnar #4, Pentacel (DTaP/IPV/Hib #4)

18 months: Hep A #2

21 months: Hep A (catch up if not recieved)

2 years: Hep A (catch up), Hemoglobin, lead (for patients “at risk”)

2 ½ years: Hep A (catch up)

3 years: Hep A (catch up)

4 years: Kinrix (combo DTaP and IPV #5), Hemoglobin, lipid profile

5 years: Proquad (combo MMR #2 and Varivax #2) 

6 – 10 years: Varivax #2/ Hep A (catch up)

11 years: Hemoglobin & lipid profile, Meningococcal, Tdap, Varivax #2/ Hep A (catch up)

12 – 14 years: Meningococcal/Varivax #2/Hep A- if not received at age 11, consider HPV (Gardasil) series

15 years: (10th Grade) Hemoglobin & lipid profile, Meningococcal/Varivax #2/Hep A- if not received earlier, consider HPV (Gardasil) Series

*we perform a HEARING and VISION SCREEN at each yearly check-up starting at age 1.

*Hemoglobins are done yearly on menstruating females.

*the 1 month, 1 year, 4 year and 11 year check-ups CANNOT be done prior to that birthday due to immunization requirements