The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) defines immunization as the process by which individuals become protected against infectious disease. For many years, vaccination has effectively prevented the spread of multiple infectious conditions.
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How It Works
Vaccines stimulate the immune system to produce antibodies without making you sick.
What To Expect
Immunizations will be administered using a needle for injection directly into the muscle for effective distribution and to minimize side effects. Some vaccines can be administered during a single visit, but some require multiple doses during a specific timeframe. Patients may be required to stay a few minutes after the vaccine has been administered to monitor for signs of an allergic reaction.

Frequently Asked Questions

Asked Questions

Immunizations can protect you from a wide variety of conditions. Our providers can determine which immunizations are right for you based on your individual needs, such as medical history and travel plans.
Some vaccines provide long-term immunity or even lifelong protection. Still, it can vary depending on the type of vaccine administered. Our provider will give you specific information at the time of your immunization.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Food and Drug Administration (FDA) take numerous steps to ensure public safety before and after vaccines are administered by performing extensive lab testing and clinical trials.

We understand that making an informed decision is essential for our patients. A consultation with our team of professionals can help answer your questions.

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