Helpful Links

Looking for additional information pertaining to your childs sick and well care?

We encouarge you to visit www.healthychildren.org, the patient information website endorsed by the American Academy of Pediatrics.
Links for Acetaminophen or Ibuprofen dosage as needed for fever or pain relief

Pre-Visit Planning

Does your child have a Well Child Check coming up?

Please scroll below to the appropriate links for forms pertaining to your childs age. These forms should be completed within one week prior to your childs appointment. Please bring the completed forms with you to your visit.

Does your child need a Sports Physical or a Camp Physical?

Most schools/camps have specific forms to be completed. Please contact your school/camp prior to the visit to obtain these documents. Please allow 2 business days for completion of forms.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us at 941-1155.
 
 

Well Care Visits

In addition to the vaccines below our office strongly encourages children to receive a yearly flu vaccine starting at six months of age.

2 Month Well Child
4 Month Well Child 6 month Well Child 9 Month Well Child
  • Ages and Stages Questionnaire (This form to be completed at the office)
  • No anticipated immunizations at this visit
12 Month Well Child 15 Month Well Child 18 Month Well Child 2 Year Well Child
  • Ages and Stages Questionnaire (This form to be completed at the office)
  • No anticipated immunizations at this visit
2 1/2 Year (30 Month) Well Child
  • M-CHAT-R (This form to be completed at the office)
  • No anticipated immunizations at this visit
3 Year Well Child
  • Ages and Stages Questionnaire (This form to be completed at the office)
  • No anticipated immunizations at this visit
4 Year Well Child 5 & 6 Year Well Child
  • No anticipated immunizations at this visit
7-9 Year Well Child
  • No anticipated immunizations at this visit
10 Year Well Child 11 Year Well Child 12 Year and older Well Child

Vaccine Fact Sheets

For Additional Info : We encouarge you to visit www.healthychildren.org or the American Academy of Pediatrics