Health 1st Medical Centre
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Ages 1 to 4 years
1. Hepatitis B
Normally three injections.
Dosing schedules may vary depending on brand of vaccine and health status of child.
Hepatitis B Vaccination.
A partial series is acceptable so long as the next injection in the series is not due at the time of the immigration medical.
Proof of vaccination not required when there is proof of immunity using an antibody titers blood test.
2. Combination vaccine for:
Proof of the first three vaccinations normally given at 2, 4 and 6 months of age and if the child is 18 months or older, the 18 months booster.
That your child is as far along with the recommended series as possible at the time of the immigration medical.
Combination Vaccine for:
Given as a single injection sometime after the child’s first birthday.
4. Chickenpox (Varicella)
If the child has had chickenpox, written documentation is not required.
A verbal declaration from the parent or guardian is all that is required.
If no history of chickenpox then written proof of immunization against chickenpox is required.
5. Pneumococcal conjugate vaccine (Prevnar)
Required for children 2 months of age up to 59 months of age.
6. Hepatitis A
Required for children age 12 months to 23 months.
7. Influenza (Flu shot)
Required for everyone over 6 months of age.
(during flu season only - November to February)
US Medical Exam Requirements
US Vaccination Requirements
Age over 65
Age 18 to 64
Age 7 to 17
Age 4 to 6
Age 1 to 4
Age under 1
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