Immunizations in Florida

Women’s Care is committed to ensuring that patients and unborn babies are well-protected against certain viruses and infections. Getting caught up on proper vaccinations before pregnancy is extremely important for the long-term health of you and your unborn child. Our board-certified providers work to raise awareness about healthcare by providing patients with all the necessary information about immunizations.

Immunization Services

Our team of board-certified providers administers vaccines to expectant mothers and patients who are considering becoming pregnant in the future.


Women’s Care recommends that all childbearing women stay up-to-date with the following immunizations:

  • Flu vaccine
  • Tdap vaccine
  • HPV vaccine

Vaccines that are not safe during pregnancy include:

  • MMR
  • Varicella
  • Flu mist/flu nasal spray
  • BCG
  • Meningococcal
  • Typhoid

Reasons to Consider Vaccination

If you feel apprehensive about getting vaccinated, our physicians urge you to consider the following:

  • Healthy Baby
    • Vaccines can keep your baby as healthy as possible throughout childhood and adulthood by preventing certain illnesses and diseases.
  • Prevent Rare Diseases
    • Immunizations help prevent rare diseases that still affect some children in the United States, including measles, pertussis, and mumps.
  • Prevent Spreading Diseases
    • Vaccinations can prevent you and your children from spreading diseases to those with weak immune systems and to children who are too young to receive certain vaccinations.
  • Proven Safe
  • Prevent Side Effects
    • Vaccinations prevent side effects from major illnesses that could otherwise be prevented through immunization. These can include:
      • Hearing loss
      • Brain damage
      • Amputation
      • Paralysis
      • Death

Immunization & Vaccine Services in FL

Women’s Care believes that vaccinations are an essential part of preventative healthcare and diligently work to ensure that you and your children are well-protected. Our physicians can provide immunizations at the time of your annual exam or during a separate visit. Please schedule an appointment at Women’s Care today to find a provider or learn more about our services.