Pedicorp, PC follows the immunization guidelines recommended by the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP). For information about these vaccines and the diseases they protect against, please visit

For detailed informational sheets published by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) please visit .

Other vaccine resources: vaccine safety get the facts , vaccine benefits , How vaccines work

Our Vaccine Philosophy, we are a pro-vaccine office.

Pedicorp, P. C. has a 100% vaccination policy. Our patients will be expected to complete their primary vaccination series according to the American Academy of Pediatrics and CDC guidelines. All patients will be expected to complete all state-mandated vaccines, or we will not be able to see them in this office. In addition, we are not able to arrange or administer split doses of vaccines. 

One of the biggest advancements in modern medicine is vaccinations which prevent potentially devastating childhood diseases, such as polio, meningitis and whooping cough. These diseases, which were nearly wiped out, are now undergoing a resurgence due to parents choosing not to vaccinate. They can cause not just disability, but death. We believe it is unethical to expose unvaccinated newborns and immunologically vulnerable children to these diseases. While we understand that parents may have concerns about vaccines due to media attention, we believe that vaccines are not only safe, but a vital part of your child's health.

Our practice believes that all children should receive the recommended vaccines according to the guidelines provided by the AAP and the CDC. Vaccines are safe and effective in preventing diseases and health complications in children and young adults. Regular vaccinations help children ward off diseases, and are administered as one of the safest and best methods.  

We are happy to discuss your concerns about vaccines at your child's next visit.   

Pedicorp's Immunization Schedule following CDC guidelines

  • 2 month old     Pediarix#1    Vaxneuvance#1     Pedvax#1     Rotarix#1
  • 4 month old     Pediarix#2    Vaxneuvance#2     Pedvax#2     Rotarix#2
  • 6 month old     Pediarix#3    Vaxneuvance#3    
  • 12 month old    Vaxneuvance#4     MMR#1(must be after 1st birthday)   Vaqta#1
  • 15 month old    Varivax#1     Pedvax#3
  • 18 month old    Infanrix      Vaqta#2(must be 6 months after dose 1)
  • 4 year old        Kinrix     Proquad (must be after 4th birthday)
  • 10 years or older  Gardasil
  • 11 years old      Boostrix      Menquadfi#1
  • 16 years old     Medquadfi#2
  • 17-18 years old Bexsero (high school senior)     Adacel/Boostrix

Annually Influenza vaccine

Covid-19 vaccine per CDC recommendation

Pediarix=Hepatitis B-Polio-Diptheria,Tetanus,acellularPertussis(aka whooping cough)         Vaxneuvance=Pneumococcal Conjugate 15          Pedvax=Haemophilus infuenzae type B          Rotarix=Rotavirus       MMR=Measles,Mumps,Rubella      Vaqta=Hepatitis A          Varivax=Varicella(aka chickenpox) Infanrix=Diptheria,Tetanus,acellularPertussis(aka whooping cough)        Kinrix=Diptheria,Tetanus,acellularPertussis(aka whooping cough)-Polio                       Boostrix/Adacel=Tetanus,Diptheria,acellularPertussis(aka whooping cough)          Menquadfi=Meningococcal ACWY          Bexsero=MeningitisB          Gardasil=Human Papillomavirus


Vaccine Safety: The Facts Safety facts on vaccines from the AAP

Answering parents questions about HPV Questions answered by CDC

Parents Guide to Vaccines 

West Hartford


345 North Main St. Suite 248,
West Hartford, CT 06117



820C Prospect Hill Road,
Windsor, CT 06095

Monday - Friday

9:00 am - 5:00 pm


9:00 am - 4:00 pm

one location is open every other Saturday

(call office for details)



Contact Us

At Pedicorp, PC, we encourage you to contact us whenever you have a concern or question related to your care. Please call our West Hartford office at (860) 231-8345 or our Windsor office at (860) 285-8251.