Pediatrician - Syracuse
Madision Irving Pediatrics
475 Irving Avenue
Suite 210
Syracuse, NY 13210
(315) 471-2646

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Madison Irving Pediatrics PC follows the immunization guidelines recommended by the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP). For information about these vaccines and the diseases they protect against, please visit

For detailed informational sheets published by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) please visit

Our Vaccine Philosophy

Our practice believes that all children should receive the recommended vaccines according to the guidelines provided by the AAP and the CDC. Vaccines are safe and effective in preventing diseases and health complications in children and young adults. Regular vaccinations help children ward off infections, and are administered as one of the safest and best methods of disease prevention.

We are happy to discuss your concerns about vaccines at your child's next visit.




Immunization Schedule


    2018 Recommended Immunizations For Infants and Children (Birth - 6 Years)



child easy read vaccine schedule
month 1
1 month
month 2
2 months
month 3
4 months
month 6
6 months
month 12
12 months
month 15
15 months
month 18
18 months
month 19-23
year 2-3
year 4-6
HepB HepB   HepB  
  RV RV RV  
  DTaP DTaP DTaP   DTaP   DTaP
  Hib Hib Hib Hib  
  PCV13 PCV13 PCV13 PCV13  
  Varicella   Varicella


child easy read vaccine schedule table 2
  Shaded boxes indicate the vaccine can be given during shown age range.


*Two doses given at least four weeks apart are recommended for children aged 6 months through 8 years of age who are getting an influenza (flu) vaccine for the first time and for some other children in this age group.

§Two doses of HepA vaccine are needed for lasting protection. The first dose of HepA vaccine should be given between 12 months and 23 months of age. The second dose should be given 6 months after the last dose. HepA vaccination may be given to any child 12 months and older to protect against HepA. Children and adolescents who did not receive the HepA vaccine and are at high-risk, should be vaccinated against HepA.

If your child has any medical conditions that put him at risk for infection or is traveling outside the United States, talk to your child’s doctor about additional vaccines that he may need.

Note: If your child misses a shot, you don’t need to start over, just go back to your child’s doctor for the next shot. Talk with your child’s doctor if you have questions about vaccines.

This schedule is approved by the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP), the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), and the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP)