bw log Appointments 218-9560
510 Kreag Road,
Pittsford, NY 14534

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Hours

Monday through Friday

8:00 to 9:00 Walk-ins - No appointment needed for acute problems only. Regular appointments are scheduled from 10:00am to 4:30 pm

Saturday morning: by appointment.

DIRECTIONS to our Office

After Hours: Call 585-218-9560

We work closely with Immediate Care East for after hours urgent care that can't wait until our walk-in hours.

Click for a listing of other Urgent Care Centers in the area.

2 Month Well Child Check

Screening Done

Immunizations/Vaccines

  • Pentacel - Diphtheria/tetanus/pertussis/H.flu/polio combination - injected
  • Prevnar - Pneumococcus - injected
  • Rotateq - Rotavirus - oral
  • After the Shots
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    We also recommend that to further protect your baby, family members receive flu shots and adults receive a tetanus/pertussis Tdap booster.

     

    Nutrition

    Oral Health

    Sleep

    Fever/Illness


     

    Acetaminophen
    (Tylenol)
    Every 4 hours

     

    Infants’ Suspension  160mg/5ml
    or
    Children's Suspension 160mg/5ml

    Chewable Tablets 80mg

    Chewable Tablets 160mg

    Weight

     

     

     

    8 - 11 pounds

    1.25 ml = ¼ tsp

     

     

    12 - 17 pounds

    2.5 ml = ½ tsp

     

     

    18 - 23 pounds

    3.75 ml = ¾ tsp

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Ibuprofen
    (Motrin or Advil)
    Every 6 hours

    Infant Drops 50mg/1.25ml

    Children's Suspension
    100mg/5ml

    Chewable Tablets 50mg

    Chewable Tablets 100mg

    Weight

     

     

     

     

    11 - 21 pounds

    1.25 ml

    ½ tsp

     

     

    22 - 32 pounds

    2.5 ml

    1 tsp

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Development

    A baby at this age usually:

    A baby at this age usually:

    Social-Emotional

    Communicative

    Cognitive

    Physical

    Healthy Habits/Safety

     

    Suggested Reading

    Infants and Mothers or Touch Points, by T. Berry Brazelton
    Caring For Your Baby and Young Child:  Birth to Age 5, by American Academy of Pediatrics
    Guide to Your Child’s Symptoms, by American Academy of Pediatrics
    What to Expect, the  First Year.
    www.healthychildren.org

    www.healthychildren.org

    Next Visit at 4 months

    2 Month Old Well Child Handout

    Healthy Snacks A to Z