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Illustrated Waves
Providers at Pavilion Pediatric Center feel very strongly that routine vaccines are an important part of the preventative health care of your child and should be part of your child’s preventative health program. Indiana state law mandates that immunizations be completed and current prior to entering school.


Our vaccine schedule is based on the current recommendations by the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP), which is part of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Committee on Infectious Diseases of the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), and the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP). This schedule has been rigorously reviewed and has been devised using evidence-based medicine to provide children with the safest and best protection from dangerous and preventable diseases. It is updated regularly and is subject to change based on the recommendations of these organizations as well as the availability of each vaccine. As a result of that, parents can rest assured that there is no need for “alternative schedules” as this merely prolongs the risk that infants and children may acquire potentially life-threatening illnesses. Furthermore, there is no scientific data to support the notion that deferring, delaying, or dividing recommended vaccines in any way decreases complications or side effects.

Prior to administering any vaccinations, we will review each vaccine and address any questions or concerns that you may have. An informational sheet on each vaccine will be
provided as well.


  • Hib – Haemophilus Influenza B vaccine

  • Pediarix – DTaP, IPV, & Hep B vaccine

  • Prevnar – Pneumococcal vaccine

  • Hep A – Hepatitis A vaccine

  • MMR – Measles, Mumps, Rubella vaccine

  • Varivax – Chickenpox vaccine

  • Menactra – Meningococcal vaccine

  • Proquad – Measles, Mumps, Rubella & Chicken Pox vaccine (age 4 and older)

  • Tdap – Tetanus, Diphtheria, & acellular Pertussis vaccine (age 11 and older)

  • Gardasil – Human Papilloma Virus vaccine (series of 3 shots, spaced at designated intervals)

  • Rotateq – Rotavirus vaccine

  • Kinrix – DTaP & IPV vaccine (age 4 to 6)

  • Flu shot – Influenza vaccine administered annually to children over 6 months of age

  • Flumist – Influenza vaccine administered annually via a nasal spray to children over 2 years of age with no history of wheezing/Asthma

Kid Getting Vaccinated
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