WHAT IS HEPATITIS A?
The goal of our Immunization program is to prevent the spread of vaccine-preventable diseases in Pinellas County. Our health centers offer free childhood immunizations. All immunization services are offered on a walk-in basis; no appointments.
Primary Care | Dental Services | | Immunizations / Travel / Vaccines | Healthy Start / Healthy Families | WIC | Breast and Cervical Cancer Early Detection | Laboratory Services | School Based Health Services | Women's Health | Mens Health | Teen Health | Family Planning | Refugee Health |
Child Care Licensing | Community Programs | Facility Programs | Water Programs | Storage Tanks | Onsite Sewage Disposal and Septic Tanks | Inspections
Epidemiology | Disease Reporting | HIV/AIDS | STD Testing and Treatment | Hepatitis | TB Control Program | PrEP Basics
Health Promotion | School Health Services | Tobacco Prevention | Injury and Violence Prevention | Teen Resources | Kids Health Fun | Car Seat Program | Healthy Babies | Community Resource Bus
Emergency Planning | Surveillance | Response Training
Data and Reports | Health Information Management | Health in All Policies | Health Equity | Customer Satisfaction Survey
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