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 at one of our Texas Health Community Clinic locations.
Walk-ins are also available for your FIRST DOSE at our Texas Health Community Clinic locations. Typically wait times and lines are short. Get more information about walk-ins, including days and times.
In addition, Texas Health is working to vaccinate individuals who:
- Have signed up with a county public health department.
- Are patients of Texas Health Physicians Group or another affiliated physician practice.
- Are employed by organizations that have an agreement with Texas Health, including many local ISDs, and businesses.
COVID-19 VACCINE TRACKER
Total Doses Administered
Employees, Volunteers, Health Care Partners
Patient and Community Doses
We are currently administering the vaccine for the following School Districts and Educational Institutions:
- Eagle Mountain Saginaw
- Fort Worth
- Fort Worth Country Day
- International Leadership of Texas
- Lake Worth
- If you are an employee with a school or area district we are working with, you will receive an email from your school or district with information on scheduling your vaccine.
- You will be able to self schedule your vaccine appointment at one of our Community Clinics at a date and time convenient for you.
- Please bring your school ID and/or badge to your appointment.
- Call your school or district Human Resources (HR) department with questions about the process.
Volunteers will need to pass a background check and drug screening, as well as complete an orientation. Training on the clinic role will be provided.
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