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What to Bring

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Location

We are located on Johnson Ferry Rd between Post Oak Tritt Road and Shallowford Road.
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Vaccines and Well Checkups

We recommend the following schedule for vaccines and wellness checkups:

3-6 Days   Newborn check, exam (1-2 days after discharge)
2 Week   Exam, (Hep B #1 at birth)
1 Month   Exam, Hep B #2
2 Month   Exam, DTaP, HIB, IPV, Prevnar, Rotateq #1
4 Month   Exam, DTaP, HIB, IPV, Prevnar, Rotateq #2
6 Month   Exam, CBC, DTaP, HIB, Prevnar, Hep B #3, Rotateq#3
9 Month   Exam, VEP
12 Month   Exam, CBC, Prevnar, Varivax, Hep A #1
15 Month   Exam, MMR, HIB, Prevnar-13 booster, if indicated
18 Month   Exam, DTaP, IPV, Hep A #2, Prevnar-13 booster if indicated and not previously given.
2 Year   Exam, CBC, Hep A #2 if not previously received, Prevnar-13 booster if not previously given, VEP
3 Year   Exam, CBC, Hep A #2 if not previously received, Prevnar-13 booster if not previously given, VEP
4 Year   Exam, Hearing and Vision Screen, CBC, Urinalysis, DTaP, IPV, MMR, Varivax Booster, Prevnar-13 booster if not previously given, VEP
5 Year   Exam, Hearing and Vision Screen, CBC, Urinalysis, DTaP, IPV, MMR, Varivax Booster if not received at age 4, VEP
6 years-21 years   Exam recommended yearly, CBC, Urinalysis, VEP @ 6, 7 and 8
     

  • TDaP (Tetanus/Diphtheria/Pertussis)- Due to an increase in diagnosed cases of Pertussis (WhoopingCough), the TD vaccine now contains the Pertussis vaccine as well.  Boosters are recommended every 5 years after age 5.

  • Menactra (The Meningococcal Vaccine)- This vaccine is recommended beginning at age 11.  *We offer the Meningococcal B (MenB) vaccine for interested patients.  This vaccine is recommended for teens, especially those living in community housing (dormitories, etc).  Talk with your doctor if you are interested.

  • HPV (Human Papillomavirus Vaccine)- This vaccine can be given to girls starting at 9 years of age, given in a series of 3 over 6 months.

  • Varivax (The Chicken Pox Vaccine)- A booster is required if not received between 4 and 6 years of age.
  • Prevnar-13 (The Pneumococcal Vaccine)- This booster vaccine is required by the state of Georgia for all children under the age of 5.
  • VEP=Visual Evoked Potential—screening test for amblyopia and other visual deficits.

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