Tarrant County Public Health provides immunizations at our public health clinics. Immunizations are available for children on Medicaid and CHIP as well as children who are underinsured (their insurance does not cover vaccines) or uninsured.
To help you keep up with your family's immunization records, you can have them updated at ImmTrac2, the Texas Immunization Registry.
Call the Tarrant County Public Health Call Center 817-248-6299 for appointments.
NOTE: Walk-ins are welcome and given appointments until capacity is reached. This is to ensure each of our clients receives adequate attention for their appointment time.
Learn more about different programs and vaccines from the Texas Department of State Health Services.
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Tarrant County Public Health is a member of the Big Cities Health Coalition (BCHC), a national advocacy group made up of the top public health officials of the largest cities in the United States. With the support of the BCHC, Health Director Vinny Taneja from the Tarrant County Public Health department filmed a PSA urging parents to vaccinate their children.
Activity Book for Kids, Adults
Our partners at the Texas Department of State Health Services have created an activity book for parents, teachers and children to help them further understand how vaccines prevent disease. Feel free to use this activity book in schools, communities and families to help children learn the importance of staying healthy.