Immunization Clinic

(254) 750-5410


*Clinic may close early if we reach capacity.
*Please note our NEW HOURS: We will only be open late on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month.

*We will be closed 11:30am-1pm for lunch July 26-29, 2016.

Mon- Thurs: 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
2nd and 4th Wed: 8:30am- 7:30pm
(Close at 2:30pm on the 3rd Wednesday of each month for staff meeting.)
Friday: 8:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m.
2nd Saturday of each month: 10 a.m.-11:30 a.m. 

Click here to see when we will be closed for 2016 holidays.

Vaccine Supply

The Immunization Clinic offers all recommended vaccines for children and adults, including Typhoid and Yellow Fever for travelers.  Click here for the Immunizations Fee Schedule and please call our office with any questions.

2015-2016 Flu Shot is still available!  Come get yours today!


The Immunization Clinic accepts the following insurance and Medicaid Managed Care Plans:

  • Blue Cross Blue Shield
  • First Care
  • Superior Medicaid Managed Care Plan
  • Right Care Medicaid Managed Care Plan
  • Traditional Medicaid

Special note on travel vaccines: Effective 7/1/16, we do not bill private insurance for Yellow Fever and Typhoid vaccines; however, we are able to provide clients with an itemized receipt that they may submit to insurance for reimbursement.

Texas Vaccines for Children Program (TVFC)

Always remember to vaccinate your child on time

No one else can do it for you.  Protecting your child from childhood diseases by making sure vaccinations are on time is up to you.  If you’re not sure your child’s vaccines are up to date, call your doctor’s office or clinic to find out. 

You can get free or low-cost vaccines for your child through the Texas Vaccines for Children Program (TVFC).  Ask your doctor or clinic if they participate in the TVFC program.

For more information about the TVFC Program, about vaccines and childhood diseases, or if you do not have a doctor or clinic where your child can get vaccinations, call our office at (254)750-5410.  

Learn More

Chicken Pox (Varicella)                       Mumps (MMR)
Diphtheria (DTap/TDap)                      Pertussis/Whooping Cough
Hepatitis A                                           Pneumococcal
Hepatitis B                                           Polio
HIB                                                      Rotavirus
Flu (seasonal)                                     Rubella (MMR)
Measles (MMR)                                  Shingles

Get more information online from Texas DSHS and CDC.