School-based clinics offering $3 immunizations

HOUSTON School-aged children in Harris County must have proof of current vaccinations before they are allowed to begin the school year. Parents should bring their child's immunization record to the clinic and any official communication from the school outlining required shots. No appointment is necessary, and all vaccines are given based on availability.

WHAT: $3 immunizations offered by Harris County Hospital District's School-Based Clinics

WHEN: 1 p.m.– 3 p.m., Tues., Aug. 19, Tues. Aug. 26, Tues. Sept. 2 and Tues. Sept. 9

    WHERE: Jerry Neal Health Clinic at Channelview High School
    828 ½ Sheldon Rd., Channelview, TX 77530

    A.C. Taylor Health Clinic at Cloverleaf Elementary
    14002 Bandera St., Houston, TX 77015

    Deepwater Health Clinic at Deepwater Elementary
    305 Glenmore, Pasadena, TX 77503

    Robert Carrasco Health Clinic at Marshall Middle School
    1115 Noble St., Houston, TX 77009

    Patrick Henry Health Clinic at Patrick Henry Middle School
    10702 E. Hardy Rd., Houston, TX 77093

    Sheldon Health Clinic at Sheldon Elementary
    17203 ½ Hall Sheppard Rd., Houston, TX 77049

    Smiley Health Clinic at Smiley High School
    10726 Mesa Rd., Houston, TX 77078

    Southside Health Clinic at Galena Park Community Resource and Training Center
    1721 16th St., Galena Park, TX 77547

The Harris County Hospital District is the public health care system for the nation's third most populous county. It provides more than one million health care visits each year residents of Harris County. The hospital district operates Ben Taub General Hospital, Lyndon B. Johnson General Hospital, Quentin Mease Community Hospital, 12 community health centers, a dental center, eight school-based clinics, 13 homeless shelter clinics and five mobile health units.

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