Well-Care Visits

In addition to taking your child to the pediatrician when your child is sick, or needs an examination to participate in a particular activity, routine well-care visits are recommended. Click here to meet our general pediatrics team.

Well-care, well-baby, or well-child visits are routine visits to the child's pediatrician for:

  • physical examinations
  • immunization updates
  • tracking growth and development
  • finding any problems before they become serious
  • information on health and safety issues
  • information on nutrition and physical fitness
  • information on how to manage emergencies and illnesses

Your child's pediatrician can also provide guidance on other issues, such as:

  • behavioral problems
  • learning problems
  • emotional problems
  • family problems
  • socialization problems
  • puberty and concerns about teenage years

To schedule your child's next well-visit, call our office at: 


The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends this schedule for routine well-care visits:

Before new baby is dismissed from the hospital, or at 48-72 hours of age  24 months 
2 to 4 weeks  2 years 
2 months  3 years 
4 months  4 years 
6 months  5 years 
9 months  6 years 
12 months  8 years 
15 months  10 years 
18 months  Annually between the ages of 11-21 years 

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