The pediatricians and staff of Pediatric and Adolescent Care recommend and support the following vaccine schedule which is compliant with the vaccine schedule recommended by the Centers for Disease Control, American Council of Immunization Practice, and the American Academy of Pediatrics.
|2 mo||DTaP - IPV - Hep B, PCV, HiB, Rotavirus|
|4 mo||DTaP - IPV - Hep B, PCV, HiB, Rotavirus|
|6 mo||DTaP - IPV - Hep B, PCV|
|12 mo||Var, MMR, Hep A|
|15 mo||PCV, HiB, DTaP|
|18 mo||Hep A|
|4 yr||Var, MMR, DTaP - IPV|
|11 yr||Tdap, HPV, MCV|
Flu vaccine recommended annually beginning at 6 months
We firmly believe in the effectiveness of vaccines to prevent serious illness and to save lives.
We firmly believe in the safety of our vaccines.
We firmly believe that all children and young adults should receive all of the recommended
vaccines according to the schedule published by the Centers for Disease Control
and Prevention and the American Academy of Pediatrics.
We firmly believe, based on all available literature, evidence, and current studies, that
vaccines do not cause autism or other developmental disabilities.
We firmly believe that thimerosal, a preservative that has been in vaccines for decades and
remains in some vaccines, does not cause autism or other developmental
We firmly believe that vaccinating children and young adults may be the single most
important health promoting intervention we perform as Pediatricians, and that
you can perform as parents/caregivers. The recommended vaccines and the
vaccine schedule are the results of years and years of scientific study and data
gathering on millions of children by thousands of our brightest scientists and
As medical professionals, we feel strongly that vaccinating children on schedule with currently available vaccines is absolutely the right thing to do for all children and young adults. Thank you for your time in reading this policy, and please feel free to discuss any questions or concerns you may have about vaccines with any one of us.