Dr. Lennie Malang
Parent Follow Up Vanderbilt (ADHD)
MCHAT (at 18 and 24 months visit)
Post Partum Depression Screen (at 2 weeks, 2,4, and 6 months visit)
PHQ Depression Screen (at 12-18 year annual physical)
Preoperative Clearance (Surgeries, Dental Procedures)
WIC forms for Infants (Birth to 12 months)
WIC forms for Children (1-5 year olds)
If you just moved to Washington and would like some fun tips on what, when, and where to go with you kiddos, check these links:
If you plan to travel to abroad and believe your child will need immunizations or other medication (anti-malaria, etc.), it is best to schedule an appointment 4 to 6 weeks prior to your departure.
Check what vaccines or medicines you need for your next trip:
It is strongly recommend infants and children receive their vaccines on the following schedule. The vaccines are timed in order to protect your child when he or she is most vulnerable and when they will be most effective. Vaccines do not cause autism nor will they "overwhelm" your child's immune system. The American Academy of Pediatrics and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has excellent websites that can answer any questions you have. Vaccines protect your child against life threatening disease.