The New England Compounding Center provides vaccines for various hospitals in the area.
The company is responsible for making the medication that has caused the nationwide fungal meningitis outbreak.
While local hospitals never provided the actual vaccine itself, they did offer other meds from the company. Methodist Medical Center says as soon as it heard about the issue, it pulled the company's product from the pharmacy shelves.
"As soon as this hit the media we were 10 days in front of the official recall that the FDA and NECC put out together," says Ryan Taylor, director of pharmacy services at Methodist Medical Center.
As a precaution, the hospitals sent letters out to patients who received medication from the company.
If people start feeling unusual side effects, they should call their doctors.