Pediatrics

Well Child visit

 
Pediatrician Examining Infant

Well-Child Visits are important scheduled visits after the birth of a newborn child to ensure necessary preventative care, track growth and development, as well as establish a strong relationship with your primary care provider. 

We follow the American Academy of Pediatrics well child visit schedule to ensure the best and most accurate measurements of your child's overall development. 

What to expect during a well child visit at each age

  • By 1 week old:

    • Jaundice check​, weight check, feeding issues, metabolic screening, new born vaccines (if needed), parent vaccines (if needed)

  • By 2 weeks old:

    • Weight check,​ physical exam, newborn vaccines (if needed), parent vaccines (if needed)

  • By 1 month old:

    • Weight check, physical exam, vaccines (if needed)​

  • By 2 months old:

    • Physical exam, growth and development check, vaccines (if needed)​

  • By 4 months old:

    • Physical exam, growth and development check, vaccines (if needed)​

  • By 6 months  old:

    • Physical exam, growth and development check, vaccines (if needed)​

  • By 9 months old:

    • Physical exam, growth and development check, finger stick (hemoglobin check), Vaccine (if needed)​

  • By 12 months old:

    • Physical exam, growth and development check, TB skin test (if needed, vaccines (if needed​

  • By 15 months old:

    • Physical exam, growth and development check, vaccines (if needed)​

  • By 18 months old:

    • Physical exam, growth and development check, vaccines (if needed)​

  • By 2 years old:

    • Physical exam, growth and development check, lead screening test (if needed), vaccines (if needed)​

  • By 2.5 year old:

    • Physical exam, growth and development check, vaccines (if needed)

  • By 3 years old:

    • Physical exam, growth and development, TB skin test (if needed)​

  • By 4 years old and older:

    • Physical exam, growth and development check, vaccines (if needed). Annual cehck-up recommended, and if needed may include finger sticks (hemoglobin, urinalysis, and/or vision/hearing screening.

Childhood PHysicals

 
School Bus & Children

We offer a wide range of pediatric services including physicals, vaccines, inoculations, screenings, and examinations as required by the Clark County School District as well as many private charter schools. 

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Vaccinations

 
Vaccinating A Child
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We offer vaccines required by the Clark County school district as well as many private and charter schools. Such vaccines include:

  • Varicella

  • Pneumoccocal

  • Measles, Mumps, Rubella (MMR)

  • Hepatitis A/B

  • Tetanus (Tdap)

  • Diphtheria

  • Pertussis

  • Haemophilus Type B

  • Influenza

  • Polio

  • Meningitis

  • HPV

  • Pneumonia

 

TB SKIN TESTING

Injection

We offer 1-Step and 2-Step TB Skin Testing as required by many school programs, clinical rotations, and employment opportunities.

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Vision Screening

Eye Test Glasses

Vision screening, also known as an eye test, is an efficient and cost-effective method to determine your visual acuity and identify potential visual problems and eye disorders. 

What Can be detected?

  • Amblyopia

  • Strabismus

  • Myopia

  • Hyperopia

  • Astigmatism

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