- Well child exams from birth to age 21
- Sports and camp physicals
- Pre-op medical clearance
- School and behavioral issues
- Acute and chronic illnesses
- Inpatient hospital care for our patients
- Onsite blood draw.
- Allergy testing.
- Cardiology and Podiatry specialist.
- Hajj and Umrah Vaccine.
Below is the recommended vaccine schedule at Hanan Pediatrics, considering the combination vaccines we currently use. To download the immunization schedule chart, click here
|2 months||Hep B, DTaP, HIB, IPV, PCV7, Rotavirus|
|4 months||DTaP, HIB, IPV, PCV7, Rotavirus, Hep B|
|6 months||DTaP, HIB, IPV, PCV7, Rotavirus, Hep B|
|12 months||MMR, Hep A, Varicella (Chickenpox)|
|18-24 months||Hep A|
|4-6 years||DTaP, IPV, MMR, Varicella (Chickenpox)|
|11-12 years||Tdap, HPV,Gardasil|
|Yearly||Influenza vaccine yearly (in the Fall) age 6 months through adult|
What this immunization means?
- DTaP: Diphtheria, Tetanus, Pertussis
- Hep A: Hepatitis A
- Hep B: Hepatitis B
- HIB: Haemophilus influenzae type b
- HPV,Gardasil: Human Papillomavirus
- IPV: Polio
- MMR: Measles, Mumps, Rubella
- PCV7: Pneumococcal Disease
- Tdap: Tetanus, Diphtheria, Pertussis
Well Child Schedule
Below is the typical schedule for well child visits, along with the typical services performed at that visit. Your particular child's schedule may vary.
|Birth-2 weeks||no||May need to repeat state Newborn screening test.|
|1 month||no||Varivax (Varicella)|
|9 months||no||Blood test|
|2 years||no||Blood test|
|3 years||no||Blood test|
|4 years||yes||Blood test, vision and hearing screening and referral to dentist|
|5 years||no||Blood test, vision and hearing screening and referral to dentist|
|Adolescents||yes||Blood test, vision and hearing screening and referral to dentist|
After 6 years of age, well child visits should be done at least every year. Some parents wish to have physicals every year, which is fine. However, some insurance plans do not cover annual exams after age 5. Check with your insurance plan prior to scheduling well child visits after age 5. Children involved in sports and other physical activities may require annual sports physicals for participation.