Get Your Vaccine

Schedule Your First Dose

Texas Health is vaccinating all persons ages 12 and older. (Minors ages 12 through 17 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.) Skip the line and expedite your visit by scheduling your FIRST DOSE of the COVID-19 vaccine. Walk-ins are also available.

To schedule your FIRST DOSE, please complete all the steps below. You will see a confirmation message when all steps are complete.

In most cases you will receive your second dose of the vaccine through the same provider as your first dose.

If you have recently had any other type of vaccine, you must wait 14 days before getting a COVID-19 vaccine. Vaccines may not be given to individuals who are known COVID-19 positive or have traveled internationally in the past 10 days. Please take this into consideration when scheduling an appointment.



Walk-Ins Welcome

Walk-ins are also available at our Texas Health Community Clinic locations. Please check clinic location details below before arriving, as dates and times may vary.

Corinth Clinic
3305 Corinth Parkway
3rd Floor
Corinth, TX 76208

Tuesday – Wednesday
Saturday
11am - 5pm

Dallas Clinic
9330 Amberton Parkway
Dallas, TX 76243

Tuesday – Wednesday; 11am - 5pm

Fort Worth Clinic
1651 W. Rosedale St.
Fort Worth, TX 76107

Tuesday – Saturday; 11am - 5pm

Hurst-Euless-Bedford Clinic
1615 Hospital Parkway
HEB POB 1, Suite 300
Bedford, TX 76022

Tuesday – Saturday; 11am - 5pm

Lake Worth Clinic
6048 Lake Worth Blvd.
Fort Worth, TX 76135


Tuesday – Saturday; 11am - 5pm

Plano Clinic
Sam Johnson Recreational Center
401 W. 16th St.
Plano, TX 75075

Tuesday – Saturday; 11am - 5pm


In most cases you will schedule your appointment for your second dose when you get your first dose. If not, Texas Health will contact you to schedule your second dose by phone or email.

Important Reminders

  • Masks are required.
  • Please wear short sleeves.
  • Please keep 6 feet away from people outside your household.
  • Please anticipate a 15-minute wait following your vaccination.
  • Minors ages 12 to 17 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
  • The vaccine is completely free and no government issued ID is required to receive a vaccination.

Please review the fact sheets regarding the Pfizer vaccine.

Fact Sheet: Pfizer Vaccine

On April 23, 2021, the CDC and the FDA lifted the temporary pause on the Johnson & Johnson vaccine. A safety review found that a very rare, but serious condition called thrombosis with thrombocytopenia syndrome (TTS) can develop, causing blood clots and low blood platelets. Nearly all reports of this serious condition have been in adult women younger than 50 years old. Women younger than 50 years old should be aware of their increased chance of having TTS and that there are other COVID-19 vaccine options available for which this risk has not been seen. The CDC and FDA lifted the temporary pause because a review of the data found that the known and potential benefits of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine outweigh the known and potential risks of the vaccine.

Texas Health Community Clinic Location Information
  • Corinth

    Corinth

    3305 Corinth Parkway
    Corinth, TX 76208

  • Dallas

    Dallas

    9330 Amberton Parkway
    Northpoint II
    Dallas, TX 75243

  • Fort Worth

    Rosedale

    1651 W. Rosedale St.
    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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There are several ways you can get your COVID-19 vaccine record.

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.
  • If I have an appointment at a Texas Health Community Clinic, what can I expect on the day of my appointment?

    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?

    In most cases you will schedule your appointment for your second dose when you get your first dose. If not, Texas Health will contact you to schedule your second dose by phone or email.

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

    You will need to reschedule your appointment through MyChart. When your original appointment was scheduled at a Texas Health Community Clinic, you received an email to create a MyChart account. Through MyChart, you can confirm, cancel or reschedule your appointment.

  • I lost my vaccination card, where can I get proof of vaccination?

    If you misplaced your Vaccination Card after receiving your vaccine through Texas Health, you can get your COVID-19 vaccine record in several ways. These include: MyChart or the Health Information Management Department at Texas Health. If you received your vaccine through Texas Health or another provider, you can also get your vaccine record through ImmTrac. We are unable to recreate a Vaccination Card.

    Download step-by-step instructions on the different ways you can get proof of vaccination.

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