Immunization

Current Child & Adolescent Immunization Schedules

2011 Child & adolescent immunization schedules for persons aged 0-6 years, 7-18 years are listed below. Are your child’s vaccinations up to date? The schedules lists the ages (birth through 6 years old and 7 through 18 years old) at which each vaccine or series of shots is to be given. If your child or adolescent has missed any shots, consult with your doctor about getting back on track.

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1child-schedule

Schedule for Persons Birth through 18 years

2catchup

Catch-up Schedule

3adult

Adult Schedule, by Vaccine and Age Group

4adult-conditions

Recommended Vaccinations Indicated for Adults Based on Medical and Other Indications

5contraindications

Adult Contraindications and Precautions