300 B Princeton Hightstown Road
Suite 201
East Windsor, NJ 08520

2Princess Road
Lawrenceville, NJ 08648
(609) 448-7300
Fax (609)448-8022
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Healthy Kids Pediatric Group follows the immunization guidelines recommended by the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP).

Birth – 1 Month Hepatitis B
2 Month Dtap, Polio, Hib, PCV 13, Rotavirus
3 Month Hepatitis B
4 Month Dtap, Polio, Hib, PCV 13, Rotavirus
6 Month Dtap, Polio, Hib, PCV 13, Rotavirus
9 Month Hepatitis B
12 Month MMR, Varivax, Hepatitis A
15 Month HiB, PCV 13
18 Month Dtap, Hepatitis A
4 Year MMR, Varivax
5 Year Dtap, IPV, Mantoux
11 Year Tdap, Meningococcal, Mantoux

 

Hib=Haemophilus influenzae type B Vaccine, Dtap=Diphtheria Tetanus and Pertussis Vaccine, MMR=Measles, Mumps and Rubella Vaccine, PCV 13=Pneumococcal Conjugate Vaccine, Tdap=Tetanus, Diphtheria and Pertussis Vaccine

Vaccine Information Statements (VIS)

Influenza Information

Healthy Kids Pediatric Group recommends seasonal flu vaccine yearly between August and March. Please call our office during that time to schedule your child’s vaccine visit.

Common concerns that parents have include:

Fevers – When shots are given, some babies develop a low grade fever 24 to 48 hours after they receive their immunizations. An age appropriate dose of Acetaminophen can make your baby more comfortable and can reduce his/her temperature. If your baby does not respond to the medication, is very cranky, or not acting normally, you should call the office.

Local Site Redness/ Hardness/Irritation – At times, a local inflammatory reaction occurs at the site of administration of the vaccine. This may include, redness, tenderness, hardness just underneath the skin. This will subside over time. If your baby is uncomfortable at the administration site, cold compresses may alleviate the discomfort. There should not be any discharge coming from the site. Please call the office if you see any skin breakdown, oozing or excessive bleeding.

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300 B Princeton Hightstown Road, Suite 201,
East Windsor, NJ 08520