Well Check-Ups

Well-child care is a chance to raise questions and concerns about your child’s development, behavior, and general well being.

Frequent check ups can reveal deviations from what’s normal. Our pediatricians are on the lookout for any medical issues that may affect your child, because detecting problems early makes them easier to correct. These issues include vision and hearing problems, environmental exposure to lead, anemia, elevated cholesterol, and more. We also address safety in the home and at the playground, optimal nutrition, sleep patterns, toilet training, and environmental concerns.

American Academy of Pediatrics Well-Visit Schedule
  • NewbornThis is the first visit to our office after the child is born, typically at 3-5 days
  • 2 weeksGrowth and development, newborn screen
  • 2 monthsGrowth and development, Immunizations
  • 4 monthsGrowth and development, Immunizations
  • 6 monthsGrowth and development, Immunizations
  • 9 monthsGrowth and development, catch up on any missed immunizations
  • 12 monthsGrowth and development, Immunizations, lead and hemoglobin screening
  • 15 monthsGrowth and development, Immunizations
  • 18 monthsGrowth and development, immunizations, hemoglobin screening
  • 24 monthsGrowth and development, lead screening
  • 30 monthsGrowth and development
  • 3 yearsGrowth and development, vision screening
  • 4 yearsGrowth and development, vision and hearing screening, Immunizations
  • 5 years+Yearly well visits with immunizations at 11 and 16 years with periodic hearing and vision screening