The charts below show the immunization schedule as recommended  by the American Academy of Pediatrician, the CDC and the American Academy of Family Physician.

The Meningococcal vaccine is given twice during adolescence, starting at age 11-12 years, for protection against this serious bacterial disease. The second dose is given

3-5 years after the first. The HPV vaccine series, 3 shots given over 6 months, is approved for ages 9 years through 26 years to help prevent cervical cancer, genital warts,

and anal cancer. It is now recommended for boys as well as girls. After age 6 months, the influenza vaccine is recommended annually. The flu vaccine is available as a shot.
As well as other helpful information.

Childhood Schedule is for Birth to 6 years old.


Adolescents Schedule is for 7 to 18 year olds.


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