As family health experts, Lakewood Family Medicine physicians specialize in a full range of medicine for individuals of every age and stage of life.
Book your appointment and your child’s visits at the same time with one of our compassionate physicians. Regular check ups and sick visits are available for children from birth through to adulthood. Lakewood Family Medicine reserves a number of same day visits each day and can accommodate sick visits as available.
We recommend periodic check ups for children:
- Infant exams at ages 5-7 days; 2 weeks; 2, 4, 6, 9, 12, 18, 24 and 30 months
- Children ages 3 through 12—yearly
- Adolescents ages 13 through 18—every 2 years
Each child develops at their individual pace. By learning the typical development milestones, you and your doctor can take appropriate action to ensure they have the care they need. Click your child’s age below to view the developmental milestones for their age.
|Child Age||Milestone Form, English||Milestone Form, Español|
|2 months old||2 months||2 menses|
|4 months old||4 months||4 menses|
|6 months old||6 months||6 menses|
|9 months old||9 months||9 menses|
|12 months or 1 year old||12 months||12 menses|
|18 months or 1½ years old||18 months||18 menses|
|24 months or 2 years old||2 years||2 años|
|36 months or 3 years old||3 years||3 años|
|48 months or 4 years old||4 years||4 años|
|60 months or 5 years old||5 years||5 años|
Ages and Stages Questionnaire
For children ages 12, 15 and 24 months, we ask that parents fill out the Ages and Stages Questionnaire (ASQ) prior to their scheduled check up. Fill out your child’s age on the portal link and either submit the ASQ form via the portal or print off a form and bring it to your child’s appointment.
Services/Childhood Illnesses Treated
Currently the American Academy of Family Practice does not have any screenings recommended for all school-age children. However, certain screening tests may be appropriate for select children. The following screenings are preventive in nature and covered by most insurance plans. Contact your insurance provider for exact coverage information.
|Before age 2||Blood lead levels, hemoglobin|
|Age 3, strong family history of high cholesterol||Cholesterol blood testing|
|Age 5||One-time urinalysis|
|Low dietary iron (vegetarians, kids who don’t eat much meat, menstruating adolescent girls)||Red blood cell counts|
|Living with a family member who has an undiagnosed cough or who have recently immigrated from countries where tuberculosis is common||TB skin test|
|Sexually active adolescent girls||Chlamydia screening|
Read our immunization policy here.
|2 months||DTap, Influenza B, Pneumonia, Hepatitis B, Polio, Rotavirus|
|4 months||DTap, Influenza B, Pneumonia, Polio, Rotavirus|
|6 months||DTap, Influenza B, Pneumonia, Polio, Hepatitis B, Rotavirus|
|1 year||Chickenpox, Hepatitis A, MMR, Pneumonia|
|18 months||DTap, Influenza B, Hepatitis A|
|4 years||Chickenpox, MMR, Polio, DTap|
|11 years||Tdap, HPV, Meningitis|
|16 years||Flu, Meningitis, Meningitis B|