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hcpNEW 2013 Schedules

Schedules and Tools

Schedules to order or print, recommendations to consult, and tools to download.

>Birth-18 Years and Catch-up Versions Find printable versions in various formats: regular paper, pocket size, MMWR, and laminated; load on your smartphone; check the binational resource…

>Adult Version Find printable formats in various sizes, download the interactive tool, or load the schedule on your smartphone…

For Everyone

generation-familyEasy-to-read Schedules for All Ages

Easy-to-read formats to print, tools to download, and ways to prepare for your office visit.

>Infants and Children (birth through 6 years old) Find easy-to-read formats to print, create an instant schedule for your child, determine missed or skipped vaccines, and prepare for your office visit…

>Preteens & Teens (7 through 18 years old) Print this friendly schedule, take a quick quiz, fill out the screening form before your child’s doctor visit, or download a tool to determine vaccines needed…

>Adults (19 years and older) Print the easy-to-read adult schedule, take the quiz, or download a tool to determine vaccines needed…

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GIFT (Give Immunity Fight Transmission)

Pertussis or Whooping cough is highly contagious. The bacteria spread from person to person through tiny drops of fluid from an infected person’s nose or mouth. It’s characterized by severe coughing spells, which can sometimes end in a “whooping” sound when the person breathes in.

Getting the vaccine is especially important for people who are in close contact with infants, who are too young to be vaccinated against pertussis, because babies, can develop severe and potentially life-threatening complications from whooping cough. Once these family members and care givers are vaccinated the baby is surrounded in a cocoon of protection against pertussis. An adult’s immunity to whooping cough lessens over time, so getting vaccinated and protecting yourself against the infection also helps protect your infant or child from getting it.

SCPHN offers a free Tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis (Tdap) vaccine to newborn’s mother/father or care giver who is uninsured or underinsured individuals.

AM Clinic is held every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday or Friday morning from 8:15 AM – 9:30 AM, except holidays. This is a walk-in clinic, with no appointment needed. Call 584-7460 ext. 8362 for more information. Clinics are held at 31 Woodlawn Ave, Saratoga Springs.


This free Tdap vaccine is provided through Sanofi Pasteur’s program GIFT (Give Immunity Fight Transmission) for uninsured or underinsured individuals.

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