Services provided: Infants – Children – Adolescents
· Well Visit / Physical Exam
· School Physicals
· Pre-sports Participation Exam
· Sick Visit
· Care of Newborn
· Childhood Obesity
· ADHD – Attention Deficit / Hyperactivity Disorder
Complimentary Prenatal Consultation:
East Bay Pediatric Primary Care, Inc., is offering a complimentary consultation for expecting parents. It is advisable to find a Pediatrician on the third trimester of pregnancy to discuss any concerns you and your spouse / partner may have. We suggest you prepare a list of questions prior to the visit. During your prenatal visit, you will have the opportunity to arrange a tour of the facility after your visit with Dr. Jumig. Please contact our office for a complimentary prenatal consultation - (925) 462-7700.
Please call the office at (925) 462-7700
Extended hours and Saturdays: By appointment only
For life-threatening emergencies, please CALL 911.
For urgent problems, call our office and you will be connected to the pediatrician on call. Contact us at (925) 462-7700
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Age of Child Immunization
2-3 days Jaundice and weight check
10-14 days Weight check (if needed)
1 month Well check
2 months Pediarix, HIB, PCV7, Rotateq*
4 months Pediarix, HIB, PCV7, Rotateq*
6 months Pediarix, HIB, PCV7, Rotateq*
9 months Hemoglobin (Hgb)
12 months MMRV, PCV7, TB test**
15 months DTaP, HIB
18 months Hepatitis A #1
2 years Hepatitis A #2
3 years Check Up
4 years DTaP, IPV, MMRV
5 years PPD, vision check, Hemoglobin
6-10 years Physical exam (complete check up)
10 and older Physical exam (complete check up)
11-12 years Tdap, Menactra, Gardasil (in females)
The above indicates what you can expect during regularly scheduled well-child/adolescent visits.
* Rotateq – there is a strict protocol for this: 1st dose must be given no later than 12 weeks of age and the 3rd dose must be completed by 32 weeks (7 ½ months) of age.
** TB test – only if at risk
Key to Abbreviations:
DTaP - Diphtheria, tetanus and acellular pertussis vaccine
Pediarix - HBV, IPV, DTaP
IPV – Inactivated polio vaccine
PCV7 – Conjugated pneumococcal vaccine
Rotateq – A vaccine against rotavirus diarrhea
MMRV – Measles, mumps, rubella (German measles) and varicella (chicken pox) vaccine
Tdap – Diphtheria, tetanus and adult pertussis vaccine
Menactra – A vaccine against meningococcal bacterial meningitis
Gardasil – A vaccine against HPV (Human Papillomavirus) to prevent cervical cancer
Hemoglobin – a test for anemia
If you have any questions, please contact us at (925) 462-7700.
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