Childhood Immunization Schedule
Effective January 1, 2015, Lawrence Pediatrics no longer accepts new patients who are not fully vaccinated by the age of twelve months. Newborns registering after this date are required to be fully up-to-date by the age of twelve months and continue on schedule. Patients who fall behind on the immunization schedule are subject to dismissal from the practice.
CDC Childhood Immunization Schedule (Click Here for PDF)
Lawrence Pediatrics aligns the recommended CDC immunization schedule with well-child checks to ensure complete preventative care.
9 Months: Catch up as-needed.
15 Months: Catch up as-needed.
2-3 Years: Catch up as-needed.
7-10 Years: Catch up as-needed.
16 Years: MenB
*Influenza vaccine annually starting at age 6 months. Children ages 8 years and younger who get a flu vaccine for the first time will receive it in two separate doses at least 28 days apart for best efficacy.
Inactivated influenza (shot)
(note: we no longer offer FluMist based on CDC recommendations)