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Checkup, Immunization & Test Schedule
Please view the link below to view your childʼs checkup, immunization and test schedule at THH Pediatrics.
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Childhood vaccines prevent life-threatening illnesses and timely immunization is a very important tool to keep children healthy. As such, THH Pediatrics fully endorses and complies with the recommendations set forth by the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP). We do understand that parents often have questions about vaccines and are fully committed to answering these questions and addressing any concerns. Some helpful resources are listed below. Please view the links below for more information on childhood vaccinations.
- Vaccine Preventable Diseases
- Immunizations Information & FAQ
- CDC Vaccine Schedules
- Vaccine Information Statements
Influenza Vaccine Information
THH is now pleased to announce that we have a plentiful supply of injectable flu vaccine. Please call now to schedule your child’s flu immunization. Parents are also welcomed to receive Flu vaccine at THH for a small fee.
Due to concern about the low effectiveness of Flumist (Nasal Flu Vaccine) in the last 2 flu seasons the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) has recommended that Flumist not be used this year. As such THH will not offer Flumist this year and recommends the injectable flu vaccine for the 2016-2017 Flu Season.
Keep in mind, unlike other vaccines, the influenza vaccine must be given yearly to maintain protection from an ever changing flu virus. The flu vaccine is recommended for all people age 6 months and older.
Please see the links below for the most up to date information regarding this yearʼs flu vaccine.
Health Topics By Age
Please click on the link below to read about dozens of different health topics concerning babies all the way up to adolescents. Topics span from nutrition, potty training, and school readiness to puberty.