Immunization Services

  Immunization Clinic
The Wichita Falls-Wichita County Public Health District Immunization Clinic offers routine vaccines for children and adults. Vaccines are also available for those traveling abroad. Travelers need to consider the need for vaccinations at least 2 to 4 weeks before traveling because most vaccines take at least 2 weeks to take full effect. Here is a link to the CDC website to see what vaccines are needed by the destination
For school immunizations requirements please see the following link with the State Health Department.
 Clinic Hours
Monday 8-11:30am              
Tuesday 8-11:30am 
Wednesday 8-11:30am                                    
Thursday 1-4:30pm
Friday 1-4:30pm       
 Immunization Schedules.
Back to School Extended Immunization Clinic Hours 
To accommodate parents’ busy work schedules and help alleviate long wait times, additional immunization clinic times are being offered during the month of August. 

Late Clinics 5-6:30pm*

Tuesday, August 9th

Thursday, August 11th

Tuesday, August 16th

Thursday, August 18th

Monday, August 22nd

Tuesday, August 23rd

*Clients will be allowed to sign-in until 6:30pm. 

Full-Day Clinics 8-4:30pm*

Monday-Friday, August 15-19

Monday-Friday, August 22-26

*Clients will be allowed to sign in until 11:30am and sign-ins will resume from 1-4:30pm.
 Late Clinic
A late clinic will be offered Tuesday, July 26th from 5-6:30pm.
 Immunization Costs

For children 18 years and under who qualify for the Texas Vaccines for Children program can receive their immunizations based on family size and income and number of vaccines received. Any child who is 18 years of age or younger and meets at least one of the eligibility criteria listed below is eligible to receive TVFC vaccine:

  •  Medicaid eligible
  •  Enrolled in CHIP
  •  Is an American Indian
  •  Is an Alaskan Native
  •  Does not have health insurance
  •  Is underinsured:
  •     A child who has commercial (private) health insurance, but coverage does not include vaccines;
  •     A child whose insurance does not cover all ACIP recommended vaccines (TVFC-eligible for non-covered vaccines only); or
  •     A child whose insurance caps vaccine coverage at a certain amount. Once that coverage amount is reached, the child is categorized as underinsured.


HHS, CDC National Infant Immunization Week April 16-23, 2016 button
 At this time the only private insurance we are able to bill is Medicaid and CHIP. We are able to bill Blue Cross Blue Shield (BCBS) for Flu but no other vaccines yet. We keep some privately purchased vaccines in stock, contact 940-761-6841 to find out what vaccines are available and pricing.
 Recommended Immunizations
2016 Recommended Immunizations for Children from Birth to 6 years 
2016 Recommended Immunizations for Adults 


Contact Us

  1. Immunization Clinic 
    Fax: 940-761-7885

    Jenna Holden, RN, BSN
    Immunization Charge Nurse