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    girl getting immunized

    Tarrant County Public Health provides immunizations at all of our Public Health Centers. All Public Health Centers are open from 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., Monday-Friday; however, immunization service hours are specifically listed below.

    Appointments are not required for immunizations as they are given on a walk-in basis during the times listed for immunization hours. However, if capacity is reached at an earlier time, the immunization registrations will stop for that time period. This will allow those who are already registered for immunizations to be served before closing.

    This program includes children on Medicaid and CHIP as well as children who are underinsured (their insurance does not cover vaccines) or uninsured.

    Fees vary for immunizations. Please call the Public Health Center for those fees as well as answers to other questions you may have.

    For additional information about immunizations and the Texas Vaccines for Children (TVFC) program, please visit the Texas Department of State Health Services Immunization Unit website.


    Vaccine Recommendations, by Age

    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.