Our current schedule is as follows:




48 hrs from discharge

1st pediatric exam




2 Weeks 

6 Weeks

Well Check

Well Check







3 Months

Well Check              +

1st HEXACIMA/ INFANRIX HEXA (Diphteria, Tetanus, Accelular pertussis, Haemophilus infl.B, Polio, Hepatitis B

4 Months

5 Months

Well Check


6 Months

Well Check


8 Months

10 Months

Well Check

Well Check



12 Months

Well Check


15 Months

1st MMR (Measles, Mumps, Rubella)


18 Months

Well Check




3 Years

Well Check


4 Years

Well Check


5 Years


Well Check

 Boostrix/Adacel (Diphteria, Tetanus, Accelular pertussis), 2nd MMR (Measles, Mumps, Rubella)

Since the age of 5 years

10 Years

Well Check in 2 years interval

Boostrix IPV (Diphteria, Tetanus, Accelular pertussis,Polio)




After age 5 years, we recommend check-ups every other year. However, many camps, after-school programs, and sports teams require yearly visits. We may also request yearly visits if your child has certain medical conditions. Additionally at particular visits, we will discuss screening for cholesterol.


Infant and child developmental stages:

6-8 weeks: Smiles at parent, head held up momentarily

3 months: Head held up for prolonged periods. No grasp reflex. Vocalises, Follows dangling toy from side to side. Turns head to sound.

5 months: Holds head steady. Goes for objects and gets them. Objects taken to mouth.

6 months: Transfers objects from one hand to the other. Pulls self up to sit and sits erect with supports. Rolls over prone to supine. Localises sound 45cm lateral to either ear. May show stranger shyness.

9-10 months: Wiggles and crawls. Sits unsupported. Picks up objects. Babbles. Looks for toys dropped. Apprehensive about strangers.

1 year: Stands holding furniture. Stands alone for a second or two. Speaks 2 or 3 words. Cooperates with dressing, waves goodbye, understands simple commands.

18 months: Can walk alone. Picks up toy without falling over. Gets up/down stairs holding onto rail. 'Jargon'. Many intelligible words. Demands constant mothering. Drinks from a cup with both hands. Feeds self with a spoon.

2 years: Able to run. Walks up and down stairs 2 feet per step. Paralel play. Dry by day.

3 years: Goes up stairs 1 foot per step and downstairs 2 feet per step. Copies circle. Constantly asks questions. Speaks in sentence. Cooperative play. Undresses with assistance. Imaginary companions.

4 years: Goes down stairs one foot per step, skips on one foot. Imitates gate with cubes, copies a cross, draws man on request. Dresses and undresses with assistance. Attends to own toilet needs.

5 years: Skips on both feet and hops. Copies a square. Most five-year-old children are able to use a pencil to trace letters and numbers. Gives age. Fluent speech. Dresses and undresses alone.

6 years: Knows right from left and number of fingers. Draws a man and copies a triangle. Loves telling jokes.


MIGNON Pediatrie Karlín

Křižíkova 64, Praha 8 Czech Republic

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