Parent Resources

  • Well Visit & Common Illness Sheets
  • Pediatric Associates of NYC Immunization Schedule
  • Helpful Website Links

Well Visits Information Sheet                                          Common Illness/ Symptoms

Newborn VisitFever  
1-Month VisitHead Trauma
2-Month VisitNight Terrors
3-Month VisitStrep Throat
4-Month VisitVomiting/Diarrhea 
6-Month VisitConjunctivitis
9-Month VisitRSV
12-Month VisitSeasonal Allergies
15-Month Visit
18-Month Visit
2-Year Visit
Starting Solids

Pediatric Associates of NYC Vaccine and Visit Schedule
1 month: Hepatitis B
2 month: Diphtheria, Tetanus, acellular Pertussis (DTaP), Polio (IPV), Haemophilus influenzae b (HIB), Pneumococcal vaccine (PCV), Rotavirus (Rotateq)
3 month: Hepatitis B (if not received in hospital at birth)
4 month: DTaP,  Polio, HIB, PCV, Rotavirus (Rotateq)
6 month: DTaP, PCV, HIB, Rotavirus (Rotateq),  (Beginning at 6 months infants can receive Flu (seasonal) and Covid.)
9 month: Hepatitis B, Polio
1 year: Measles, Mumps, Rubella (MMR), Varicella (Chickenpox), Hepatitis A & CBC and Lead Screen
15 months: PCV, HiB
18 months: DTaP
2 years: CBC and Lead Screen, Hepatitis A
2 1/2 years
3 years
4 years: MMR, Varicella, Hearing and Vision Screen
5 years*: DTaP, Polio, Hearing and Vision Screen
11 years:Tdap, Menactra
13 years: Gardasil (Requires 2 doses if first dose <15 years of age, at least 6 months apart. Requires 3 doses if first dose given >15 years of age, 2 and 6 months after first dose))
14 years: Gardasil
16-17 years:  Menactra
18-19 years MenB (Trumenba) (requires 2 doses separated by at least 6 months)
*Visits after the age of five continue on an annual basis. We follow the American Academy of Pediatrics Guidelines for the timing of vaccinations.

Additional Resources:

  • General Pediatric Care
  • Healthy Children- AAP The American Academy of Pediatrics Parenting Website
  • Doctor reviewed advice on hundreds of physical, emotional, and behavioral topics from birth through teens years with separate sections for parents, kids and teens
  • Vaccine Information 
  • A website  by the Immunization Action Coalition, a national leader in immunization education. For parents and people of all ages
  • CHOP Vaccine Education Center Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Vaccine Education Center provides complete, up-to-date and reliable information about vaccines to parents and healthcare professionals.

  • Keeping Kids Safe
  • Safe Kids Worldwide is a nonprofit organization working to help families and communities keep kids safe from injuries.
  • Product Recalls Consumer Product Safety Commission- a website identifying  products recalled for safety concerns
  • Car Seat Safety Car seat guidelines and recommendations

  • Travel Information
  • Travel Health International travel recommendations including CDC guidelines based on travel destination