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Immunization Schedule

Age

Expected Vaccines

Birth

Hepatitis B

2 Months

Hepatitis B

Pneumococcal

Rotavirus

DTaP 1

Haemophilus influenzae type b (Hib)1

Polio 1

4 Months

Pneumococcal

Rotavirus

DTaP 1

Hib 1

Polio 1

6 Months

Hepatitis B

Pneumococcal

Rotavirus

DTaP 1

Hib 1

Polio 1

9 Months

No scheduled vaccines

12 Months

Hepatitis A

Measles-Mumps-Rubella (MMR)

Pneumococcal

(Also hemoglobin & lead screening)

15 Months

Varicella

Hib

18 Months

Hepatitis A

DTaP

24 Months

No scheduled vaccines

(hemoglobin & lead screening)

30 Months

No scheduled vaccines

3 Years

No scheduled vaccines

4-5 Years

DTaP 2

Polio 2

MMR

Varicella

(must be given before start of kindergarten)

11-13 Years

Meningococcal

Tdap (required before start of 6th grade)

Human Papilloma Virus

We also recommend that your child receive a flu vaccine annually.

Flu vaccine is available during the flu season as an injection or sprayed into the nose (depending on age or other chronic conditions).

Your child must be at least 6 months of age to receive the vaccine.

These 3 vaccines are usually given as a combination vaccine (one shot - Pentacel®)

2 These 2 vaccines are usually given as a combination vaccine (one shot - Kinrix®)

**Note: During vaccine shortages, combination vaccines may have to be separated into individual vaccine shots.