COVID-19 Vaccine Information

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

300,033

Total Doses Administered

42,503

Employees, Volunteers, Health Care Partners

257,530

Patient and Community Doses

Numbers above reflect systemwide activity for all doses administered through May 12, 2021.

Demographics for Patient and Community Doses Only

Race

White

78%

Black

13%

Asian

5%

Other

2%

Unknown

2%

Ethnicity

Non-Hispanic

80%

Hispanic

17%

Unknown

3%

Gender

Male

45%

Female

55%

Age

Age 75 and older

20%

Age 65-74

25%

Less than Age 65

55%

Percentages reflect vaccinations administered to patients and community members only.

School  Educational Institutions
Texas Health is working with area Educational Institutions to offer the COVID-19 vaccine.

We are currently administering the vaccine for the following School Districts and Educational Institutions:

  • Birdville
  • Crowley
  • Eagle Mountain Saginaw
  • Fort Worth
  • Fort Worth Country Day
  • HEB
  • International Leadership of Texas
  • Keller
  • Lake Worth
  • Northwest


School Employees:

  • 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.
 
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COVID-19 Vaccine Frequently Asked Questions
We know there are many questions about the COVID-19 vaccines, and we will continue to update the FAQs with new information.
 
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Want to Help?
We’re looking for clinical and non-clinical volunteers for our vaccination clinics across North Texas. Let us know if you’re interested.

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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