Texas Health Community Clinics

Rather than create another vaccine waiting list, Texas Health is working to vaccinate phase 1A and 1B individuals who register with county public health departments. To sign up for a vaccine, visit your local county public health department website or call the number provided there.

Community members pulled from public health waiting lists and assigned to Texas Health will be scheduled for vaccine appointments at a Texas Health Community Clinic.

Texas Health Physicians Group also has a limited vaccine supply for phase 1B primary care patients. Eligible patients will be contacted by their THPG physician’s office as vaccine supplies allow. THPG patients do not need to sign up on a wait list at their physician’s office or call the office.

COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution

How to Register for an Appointment in North Texas


Step 1: Sign up for the Wait List

  • Visit North Texas county websites to sign up for that county’s wait list if available.
  • You do not have to be a resident of the county to sign up. But you must be willing to drive to that county when your appointment is set.
  • If you are signing up more than one person, each person must register separately. You can use the same email address if necessary.
  • Check your email, text messages or voicemail for confirmation that you are on the wait list.

Step 2: Get Your Appointment

  • Vaccine supply and demand determine how long it will take to get your first appointment.
  • It may take several weeks or more for an appointment. Most county websites provide a way to check your status on the list.
  • When your appointment is set, the local vaccine provider will contact you with the date, time, and location. In some cases, you may get only 1 or 2-days’ notice. That is why it is important to check your email, text messages, and voicemail daily to be sure you don’t miss the appointment.

Step 3: Get Your First Dose

  • Texas Health offers vaccines at Texas Health Community Clinics by appointment only. You can find locations here.
  • Bring your photo ID to your appointment.
  • At this time, only those with appointments will be seen. The clinics do not take walk-ins.

Step 4: Get Your Second Dose (Pfizer and Moderna Vaccines)

  • If you get your vaccine at a Texas Health Community Clinic, in most cases your second dose will be scheduled at your first dose appointment. Should that not occur, watch your email for your second dose appointment confirmation.
  • The Pfizer and Moderna vaccines need two doses for best results.
  • You will go to the same place for your second vaccine dose as you did for the first.
  • Your second dose must be the same brand as your first dose.
  • Important! Bring the Vaccination Card from your first appointment to your second appointment.

Step 5: Report Any Side Effects to the CDC at v-safe

Texas Health Community Clinic Locations
North Texas COVID-19 Vaccination Hub Locations

Texas Health is operating several vaccination hubs around North Texas.

Vaccinations are by appointment only. These clinics do not take walk-ins.
  • Corinth

    Corinth

    3305 Corinth Parkway
    Corinth, TX 76208

  • Fort Worth

    Rosedale

    1651 W. Rosedale
    Fort Worth, TX 76107

  • Hurst-Euless-Bedford

    Bedford

    1615 Hospital Parkway
    HEB POB 1, Suite 300
    Bedford, TX 76022

  • Lake Worth

    Lake Worth

    6048 Lake Worth Blvd.
    Fort Worth, TX 76135

  • Plano

    Plano

    Sam Johnson Recreation Center
    401 W. 16th Street
    Plano, TX 75075

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Texas Health Community Clinic Frequently Asked Questions
These FAQs will help provide more information about Texas Health Community Clinic vaccination scheduling process, appointments and second dose appointments.
  • Why have I not been scheduled for a vaccination appointment yet?

    The first step to get the vaccine is to register with a county. Registering with a county gets you on their wait list. Public Health departments then assign community members from their waiting lists to partner vaccine providers, like Texas Health.

    It may take several weeks or more for an appointment after you register through a county. More people have registered to get a COVID-19 vaccine than there is currently supply available. As vaccines become available, you will be contacted for an appointment if you are eligible based on current Phase and registered through a county health department (CollinDentonDallasTarrant or find a county here). Most county websites provide a way to check your status on the wait list after you have registered.

  • How will I be contacted to schedule my appointment at a Texas Health Community Clinic?

    If you have been assigned to Texas Health for a vaccination appointment, Texas Health will contact you with the date, time, and location as soon as we are able. In some cases, you may only get one or two-days’ notice. That is why it is important to check your email, text messages, and voicemail daily to be sure you don’t miss the appointment

    When your appointment is scheduled at a Texas Health Community Clinic, you will receive an email to create a MyChart account. Through MyChart, you can confirm, cancel or reschedule your appointment.

  • What can I expect on the day of my appointment at a Texas Health Community Clinic?

    Once your appointment date/time has been scheduled, you will receive a phone call (to the number you provided during registration) or an email. This call or email will remind you of your appointment date/time.

    One hour before your appointment, you will receive a text message reminding you of your appointment.

    SAMPLE TEXT MESSAGE

    Hello, [first name], you are scheduled for your COVID-19 vaccination in 1-hour at Texas Health Community Clinic – [City]. We are located at [Address]. You should have received a prior email from Texas Health regarding this appointment. Vaccines are given by appointment only and this location does not take walk-ins. Masks are required. Please remain in your vehicle and reply "arrived" to this number once you get here.


    When you arrive at the clinic, reply with “arrived” to the text message you receive and wait in your car for further instructions. Volunteers are on-site at each clinic to answer questions.

    Be prepared for a 15-minute observation period in the clinic after you receive your vaccine.

  • How do I schedule my second dose?

    It is important that you go to the same place for the second vaccine dose as you did for the first dose.

    You probably scheduled your second dose at your first dose appointment. If you did not schedule your second dose at your first dose appointment, Texas Health will email or call to schedule your second dose.

    • Do not call to schedule the second dose appointment.
    • Do not re-register on the county website for the second dose. Your first registration covers that.

  • What should I do if I miss or need to reschedule my appointment with Texas Health Community Clinic?

    You will need to reschedule your appointment. There are two ways to cancel or reschedule a vaccine appointment:

    1. Repeat the original registration process through the county’s health department website (CollinDentonDallasTarrant or find a county here).

      OR
    1. MyChart
      When your original appointment was scheduled, you received an email to create a MyChart account. Through MyChart, you can confirm, cancel or reschedule your appointment.

  • What happens if weather is bad on the day of my scheduled vaccine appointment?

    Although rare, severe weather may cause us to close our vaccination clinics. If you have a vaccination appointment scheduled on a day when weather does not allow for safe travel, you will receive an email with more information. If your appointment is canceled due to severe weather, we will reach out to you with a new appointment date and time as soon as we are able. If your appointment was for your second dose, please be aware that CDC guidelines allow up to 6 weeks to receive your second dose.

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