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Your well child
check-up

Newborn
4 - 6 mos
1 - 2 mos

Newborn

What to expect:

This first newborn check-up usually occurs 1-3 days after leaving the hospital. We will check your baby's weight, do a full examination, answer every question, and make sure everyone is doing well! This visit can be in the office or at your place, if within reasonable distance.

What to bring + how to prepare:

Please fill out the forms:

  • Well Visit Questions

  • Insurance Information (if applicable)

  • Demographics Form

  • Newborn Medical History

These forms will be linked to your appointment and sent to you via email. They should be completed and submitted electronically prior to your appointment.

Immunizations?

No vaccines today!

Questions/Topics you might want to cover:

Other Resources:

healhychildren.org (checkup checklist)

1 Month Old

What to expect:

Your baby will have a full physical exam with vital signs (length, weight, etc.) at this visit, and a thorough discussion about baby behaviors, feedings, and overall health.

What to bring + how to prepare:

Please fill out the forms:

  • Well Visit Questions

  • Insurance Information (if applicable)

These forms will be linked to your appointment and sent to you via email. They should be completed and submitted electronically prior to your appointment.

Immunizations?

No vaccines today!

Questions/Topics you might want to cover:

Other Resources:

healhychildren.org (checkup checklist)

4 Months Old

What to expect:

This check-up will be a full physical exam with vital signs, the second round of baby vaccines, and a discussion about all topics related to baby care, feeding, sleeping, healthy habits, etc.

What to bring + how to prepare:

Please fill out the form:

ASQ: Ages + Stages Developmental Questionnaire*

This form will be linked to your appointment and sent to you via email. It should be completed and submitted electronically prior to your appointment.

*This is a two part form that will take 15-30 minutes to complete. The first section contains questions designed for parents to answer. In the second section, you'll find a set of questions specifically designed to assess your child's development. For the best results, we recommend answering these questions together with your child and assessing their progress as you proceed.

Immunizations?

Rotavirus

Diphtheria, Tetanus, Pertussis (DTaP)

Haemophilus influenza type B (Hib)

Pneumococcal (Prevnar)

Polio (IPV)

Hepatitis B-Dose #3 (This will be the second dose if the birth dose was declined.)

Questions/Topics you might want to cover:

Other Resources:

healhychildren.org (checkup checklist)

9 Months Old

What to expect:This visit is another routine well-child check-up with a physical exam, vital signs, and a discussion about everything 9-month-old! Usually no vaccines are due today, unless catch-up vaccines are needed, or maybe a flu shot if it's that time of year!

What to bring + how to prepare:

Please fill out the form:

ASQ: Ages + Stages Developmental Questionnaire*

This form will be linked to your appointment and sent to you via email. It should be completed and submitted electronically prior to your appointment.

*This is a two part form that will take 15-30 minutes to complete. The first section contains questions designed for parents to answer. In the second section, you'll find a set of questions specifically designed to assess your child's development. For the best results, we recommend answering these questions together with your child and assessing their progress as you proceed.

Immunizations?

Only if catch-up vaccines are needed OR

a Flu shot (if applicable)

Questions/Topics you might want to cover:

Other Resources:

healhychildren.org (checkup checklist)

15 Months Old

What to expect:

This 15 month appointment includes a complete physical exam, vital signs, a developmental evaluation and a discussion of milestones, nutrition, communication and behavior, etc. More vaccines are given, but only one more vaccine after this visit!

What to bring + how to prepare:

Please fill out the form:

ASQ: Ages + Stages Developmental Questionnaire*

This form will be linked to your appointment and sent to you via email. It should be completed and submitted electronically prior to your appointment.

*This is a two part form that will take 15-30 minutes to complete. The first section contains questions designed for parents to answer. In the second section, you'll find a set of questions specifically designed to assess your child's development. For the best results, we recommend answering these questions together with your child and assessing their progress as you proceed.

Immunizations?

Haemophilus influenza type B (Hib)

DTaP

Flu (if applicable)

Questions/Topics you might want to cover:

Other Resources:

healhychildren.org (checkup checklist)

24 Months Old

What to expect:

This 2 year check-up is a routine well-visit with a full physical exam, vital signs, a finger poke to check hemoglobin, maybe some catch-up vaccines, and a discussion and assessment about all things 2-year-old.

What to bring + how to prepare:

Please fill out the forms:

  • M-CHAT-R

  • ASQ: Ages + Stages Developmental Questionnaire*

These forms will be linked to your appointment and sent to you via email. They should be completed and submitted electronically prior to your appointment.

*This is a two part form that will take 15-30 minutes to complete. The first section contains questions designed for parents to answer. In the second section, you'll find a set of questions specifically designed to assess your child's development. For the best results, we recommend answering these questions together with your child and assessing their progress as you proceed.

Immunizations?

Only if catch-up vaccines are needed OR

a Flu shot (if applicable)

Questions/Topics you might want to cover:

  • Need a form filled out for school? Bring it in for Dr. Sally to fill out (find a list of them here if you don't have the form).

Other Resources:

healhychildren.org (checkup checklist)

3 Years Old

What to expect:

The 3 yr check up is another full physical exam, height, weight, vital signs, possibly a finger poke, and a discussion about your child's progress, development, and nutrition, and answering any questions.

What to bring + how to prepare:

Please fill out the form:

ASQ: Ages + Stages Developmental Questionnaire*

This form will be linked to your appointment and sent to you via email. It should be completed and submitted electronically prior to your appointment.

*This is a two part form that will take 15-30 minutes to complete. The first section contains questions designed for parents to answer. In the second section, you'll find a set of questions specifically designed to assess your child's development. For the best results, we recommend answering these questions together with your child and assessing their progress as you proceed.

Immunizations?

Influenza (if applicable)

Questions/Topics you might want to cover:

  • Need a form filled out for school? Bring it in for Dr. Sally to fill out (find a list of them here if you don't have the form).

Other Resources:

healhychildren.org (checkup checklist)

5 Years Old

What to expect:

This routine well visit check-up includes a physical exam, vital signs, vaccines if not completed at the 4 year check-up, vision and hearing screens if needed, and possibly a finger prick.

What to bring + how to prepare:

Please fill out the form:

ASQ: Ages + Stages Developmental Questionnaire*

This form will be linked to your appointment and sent to you via email. It should be completed and submitted electronically prior to your appointment.

*This is a two part form that will take 15-30 minutes to complete. The first section contains questions designed for parents to answer. In the second section, you'll find a set of questions specifically designed to assess your child's development. For the best results, we recommend answering these questions together with your child and assessing their progress as you proceed.

Immunizations?

Only if catch-up vaccines are needed OR

a Flu shot (if applicable)

Questions/Topics you might want to cover:

  • Need a form filled out for school? Bring it in for Dr. Sally to fill out (find a list of them here if you don't have the form).

Other Resources:

healhychildren.org (checkup checklist)

1-2 Weeks Old

What to expect:

This 1-2 week check-up involves a full physical examination of your baby, measurements like weight and height, and lots of discussing baby topics such as feedings and stooling and routine newborn care.

What to bring + how to prepare:

Please fill out the form:

  • Well Visit Questions

  • Insurance Information (if applicable)

These forms will be linked to your appointment and sent to you via email. They should be completed and submitted electronically prior to your appointment.

Immunizations?

No vaccines today!

Questions/Topics you might want to cover:

Other Resources:

healhychildren.org (checkup checklist)

2 Months Old

What to expect:

This well child check-up involves a physical exam with vital signs, a discussion all about 2 month old babies, and the first round of immunizations will be given!

What to bring + how to prepare:

Please fill out the form:

ASQ: Ages + Stages Developmental Questionnaire*

This forms will be linked to your appointment and sent to you via email. It should be completed and submitted electronically prior to your appointment.

*This is a two part form that will take 15-30 minutes to complete. The first section contains questions designed for parents to answer. In the second section, you'll find a set of questions specifically designed to assess your child's development. For the best results, we recommend answering these questions together with your child and assessing their progress as you proceed.

Immunizations?

Rotavirus

Diphtheria, Tetanus, Pertussis (DTaP)

Haemophilus influenza type B (Hib)

Pneumococcal (Prevnar)

Polio (IPV)

Hepatitis B-Dose #2 (This will be the first dose if the birth dose was declined.)

Questions/Topics you might want to cover:

Other Resources:

healhychildren.org (checkup checklist)

6 Months Old

What to expect:

This 6 month appointment will include another physical exam, your baby's weight, length, and head circumference, and a good talk about your baby's health, nutrition, behaviors, development, etc. The third round of vaccines are given at this visit.

What to bring + how to prepare:

Please fill out the form:

ASQ: Ages + Stages Developmental Questionnaire*

This form will be linked to your appointment and sent to you via email. It should be completed and submitted electronically prior to your appointment.

*This is a two part form that will take 15-30 minutes to complete. The first section contains questions designed for parents to answer. In the second section, you'll find a set of questions specifically designed to assess your child's development. For the best results, we recommend answering these questions together with your child and assessing their progress as you proceed.

Immunizations?

Rotavirus

Diphtheria, Tetanus, Pertussis (DTaP)

Haemophilus influenza type B (Hib)

Pneumococcal (Prevnar)

Flu (if applicable)

Hepatitis B 

Questions/Topics you might want to cover:

Other Resources:

healhychildren.org (checkup checklist)

12 Months Old

What to expect:

At this 1 year old visit (Happy Birthday!!), your child will receive immunizations and a toe prick checking hemoglobin. Of course, the usual physical exam and vital signs will take place and a good healthy discussion all about 1 yr olds!

What to bring + how to prepare:

Please fill out the form:

ASQ: Ages + Stages Developmental Questionnaire*

This form will be linked to your appointment and sent to you via email. It should be completed and submitted electronically prior to your appointment.

*This is a two part form that will take 15-30 minutes to complete. The first section contains questions designed for parents to answer. In the second section, you'll find a set of questions specifically designed to assess your child's development. For the best results, we recommend answering these questions together with your child and assessing their progress as you proceed.

Immunizations?

Hepatitis A #1

MMR

Varicella

Pneumococcal (Prevnar)

Flu (if applicable)

Questions/Topics you might want to cover:

Other Resources:

healhychildren.org (checkup checklist)

18 Months Old

What to expect:

Another routine check-up for your toddler (physical exam, vital signs, discussion about development, nutrition...). This is usually when your baby gets the final vaccine of the primary baby series!

What to bring + how to prepare:

Please fill out the forms:

  • M-CHAT-R

  • ASQ: Ages + Stages Developmental Questionnaire*

These forms will be linked to your appointment and sent to you via email. They should be completed and submitted electronically prior to your appointment.

*This is a two part form that will take 15-30 minutes to complete. The first section contains questions designed for parents to answer. In the second section, you'll find a set of questions specifically designed to assess your child's development. For the best results, we recommend answering these questions together with your child and assessing their progress as you proceed.

Immunizations?

Hepatitis A

Flu (if applicable)

Questions/Topics you might want to cover:

Other Resources:

healhychildren.org (checkup checklist)

2 1/2 Years Old

What to expect:

Another routine check-up to make sure your toddler is on the right track with his/her health, wellness, development, milestones, speech, nutrition, and to cover any other issues or concerns. Usually no pokes at this visit :)

What to bring + how to prepare:

Please fill out the form:

ASQ: Ages + Stages Developmental Questionnaire*

This form will be linked to your appointment and sent to you via email. It should be completed and submitted electronically prior to your appointment.

*This is a two part form that will take 15-30 minutes to complete. The first section contains questions designed for parents to answer. In the second section, you'll find a set of questions specifically designed to assess your child's development. For the best results, we recommend answering these questions together with your child and assessing their progress as you proceed.

Immunizations?

Influenza (if applicable)

Questions/Topics you might want to cover:

  • Need a form filled out for school? Bring it in for Dr. Sally to fill out (find a list of them here if you don't have the form).

Other Resources:

healhychildren.org (checkup checklist)

4 Years Old

What to expect:

Another routine check-up with physical examination and vital signs to track your child's growth and development. The 4 year vaccines are usually given at this check-up, and probably another finger poke! Hearing and vision will likely be checked also.

What to bring + how to prepare:

Please fill out the form:

ASQ: Ages + Stages Developmental Questionnaire*

This form will be linked to your appointment and sent to you via email. It should be completed and submitted electronically prior to your appointment.

*This is a two part form that will take 15-30 minutes to complete. The first section contains questions designed for parents to answer. In the second section, you'll find a set of questions specifically designed to assess your child's development. For the best results, we recommend answering these questions together with your child and assessing their progress as you proceed.

Immunizations?

Diphtheria, Tetanus, Pertussis (DTaP)

Polio (IPV)

Measles, Mumps, and Rubella (MMR)

Chickenpox (Varivax)

Influenza (if applicable)

Questions/Topics you might want to cover:

  • Need a form filled out for school? Bring it in for Dr. Sally to fill out (find a list of them here if you don't have the form).

Other Resources:

healhychildren.org (checkup checklist)

9 - 12 mos
15 - 18 mos
2 - 2.5 yrs
3 - 4 yrs
Anchor 1
5 Years

6 - 10 Years Old

What to expect:

A routine well visit check-up to check your child's physical, behavioral, and emotional well-being. Vision will be checked, and sometimes a finger prick or urinalysis. Usually no vaccines are given, unless it's Flu shot season!

What to bring + how to prepare:

Please fill out the form:

Well Visit Questions

This form will be linked to your appointment and sent to you via email. It should be completed and submitted electronically prior to your appointment.

Immunizations?

Flu Shot (if applicable)

Questions/Topics you might want to cover:

  • Need a form filled out for school? Bring it in for Dr. Sally to fill out (find a list of them here if you don't have the form).

Other Resources:

healhychildren.org (checkup checklist)

13 - 15 Years Old

What to expect:

This well-visit is another annual check-up which involves a full physical exam, vital signs, and a discussion of physical and emotional well-being. Your child may need a vaccine at this visit if not fully caught-up, and labwork may be ordered. Parental attendance is generally still recommended, but parents will be asked to step out at some point during the visit to allow for private discussion.

What to bring + how to prepare:

Please have your child fill out and submit the form:

Depression Screening PHQ-9*

This form will be linked to your appointment and sent to you via email. It should be completed by your child and submitted electronically prior to their appointment.

*I highly encourage parents to allow their child to fill out this form in private. Remember, discussion/disclosure of this form should be left up to the child :)

Immunizations?

Only if catch-up vaccines are needed OR

a Flu shot (if applicable)

Questions/Topics you might want to cover:

  • Need a form filled out for school? Bring it in for Dr. Sally to fill out (find a list of them here if you don't have the form).

Other Resources:

18 - 22 Years Old

What to expect:

18+ patients are considered adults and are welcome to come alone or accompanied by a parent. Parental attendance is optional and up to the patient :) but parents will be asked to leave the room during the visit to allow for privacy. This check-up is another annual routine full physical exam, and usually no vaccines are needed, but some tests such as finger pokes, urine, and/or lab work may be done. Overall well-being is addressed and discussed.

Please keep in mind that children 18+ are legally considered adults and will be treated as such. Our practice will appropriately maintain complete privacy and will not disclose or share any medical information (as this would be considered illegal) with anyone - parents, family, partners, friends, etc. unless signed consent is obtained from the young adult patient. 

What to bring + how to prepare:

The patient is to fill out and submit the form:

Depression Screening PHQ-9*

This form will be linked to the appointment and sent via email. It should be completed by the patient and submitted electronically prior to the appointment.

*I recommend that parents encourage their adult child to make this appointment and to fill out this form in private. Remember, discussion/disclosure of this appointment and this form should be left up to the patient :)

Immunizations?

Seasonal Influenza (if applicable)

Questions/Topics you might want to cover:

Other Resources:

11 + 12 Years Old

What to expect:

This well child visit is a full routine check-up, including the 11-12 year vaccines - Tdap, HPV, and Meningitis. Vision, urine, and hemoglobin may be checked.

What to bring + how to prepare:

Please have your child fill out and submit the form:

Depression Screening PHQ-9*

This form will be linked to your appointment and sent to you via email. It should be completed by your child and submitted electronically prior to their appointment.

*I highly encourage parents to allow their child to fill out this form in private. Remember, discussion/disclosure of this form should be left up to your child :)

Immunizations?

Tetanus, Diphtheria, Pertussis (Tdap)

Human Papillomavirus (HPV)

Meningococcal Disease (MenACWY)

Flu (if applicable)

Questions/Topics you might want to cover:

  • Need a form filled out for school? Bring it in for Dr. Sally to fill out (find a list of them here if you don't have the form).

Other Resources:

16 - 17 Years Old

What to expect:

Your teen will have another full physical exam with vital signs, vision screen, and possibly urine check or finger prick at this visit. We will discuss physical and emotional health, and meningitis vaccines are due. Parents are welcome but optional, and parents will be asked to step out at some point to allow for private discussion during this visit.

What to bring + how to prepare:

Please have your child fill out and submit the form:

Depression Screening PHQ-9*

This form will be linked to your appointment and sent to you via email. It should be completed by your child and submitted electronically prior to their appointment.

*I highly encourage parents to allow their child to fill out this form in private. Remember, discussion/disclosure of this form should be left up to the child :)

Immunizations?

Meningococcal Disease x2 (MenACWY and MenB)

Influenza (if applicable)

Questions/Topics you might want to cover:

  • Need a form filled out for school? Bring it in for Dr. Sally to fill out (find a list of them here if you don't have the form).

Other Resources:

13 - 17 yrs
18 - 22 yrs
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