Immunizations

Mission StatementThe mission of the Immunization Program is to improve the quality and longevity of life for people in Cameron County by achieving and maintaining a vaccine preventable disease-free environment. The mission will be achieved through the utilization of cost-effective immunization programs and efficient epidemiology applied in quality partnerships with public and private participants (local, state, national) who share the common vision of community well-being.

Texas Minimum State Vaccine Requirements
for Students

Child and Adolescent Immunization Schedule

Adult Immunization Schedule

Vaccine Requirements for Students Entering College

Cameron County Health Clinics offer all the Vaccines Recommended by the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) thru the Texas Vaccines For Children (TVFC) and Adult Safety Net (ASN)Programs.

To learn more about the ACIP recommendations please follow this link:http://www.dshs.texas.gov/immunize/vacadvise/default.shtm

Adolescents and children who are 18 years of age or younger may be eligible to participate in the Texas Vaccines for Children Program. The Texas Vaccine for Children Program is a federally funded program that provides vaccines to eligible children at no cost who might otherwise not be vaccinated because of inability to pay. Adult Safety Net offers vaccines for uninsured Adults in the State of Texas; or to Adults 19 years  that had started a vaccine series while TVFC eligible and that have not reached their 20th Birthday

For more information please call the Texas Immunization Information Line at 1-800-252-9152.

Immunization Information for the Public on vaccines and vaccine preventable diseases. Immunization Information for Providers on latest info for health care professionals.

Need Shot Records? Click here to find out how to get copies of you or your child's shot records.

Every child needs these vaccines at these ages to be fully protected against some serious diseases.

For more information, visit: http://www.immunizetexas.com or http://www.dshs.state.tx.us/immunize