Kaiser Permanente

Preventive Care Schedules: Children

Visit and Immunization Chart

This chart lists important vaccines and tests as well as recommended well-child visits. In addition to these vaccinations, we recommend all children aged 6 months and older get a flu vaccine every fall.

Age

Recommended Vaccines, Tests, and Office Visits

Birth

Newborn blood screen
Hepatitis B (Hep B)

3-5 days

Well-child visit

7-14 days

Well-child visit

2 months

Well-child visit

DTaP (diphtheria, tetanus, acellular pertussis)
Hep B
Hib (Haemophilus influenzaetype b)
PCV (pneumococcal disease)
Rotavirus (given by mouth)
IPV (polio)

4 months

Well-child visit

DTaP
Hib
PCV
Rotavirus (given by mouth)
IPV

6 months

Well-child visit

DTaP
Hep B
PCV
Hib, if needed
Rotavirus (given by mouth)
IPV

9 months

Well-child visit

12 months

Well-child visit

MMR (measles, mumps, rubella); not before first birthday
Hepatitis A (Hep A); not before first birthday
Varicella (chickenpox); not before first birthday

15-18 months

Well-child visit

DTaP
Hib
PCV
Any 12-month immunizations not already given

2 years

Well-child visit

Hep A

3 years

Well-child visit

Vision screen
Hearing screen

4 years

Well-child visit

5 years

Well-child visit

DTaP
IPV
Varicella
MMR

6 years

Well-child visit

8 years

Well-child visit

10 years

Well-child visit

11 years

Well-child visit

Tdap booster (tetanus, diphtheria, pertussis)
MCV (meningococcal disease)

HPV (human papillomavirus) in three doses, all to be given within 6 months

12 years

Well-child visit

13 years

Well-child visit

Varicella blood test, if vaccine not given and no history of chickenpox

16 years

Well-child visit

MCV booster