Expand/Contract Questions and Answers

No, Clinical Health Services does not provided travel vaccines. Contact your medical provider for more information on travel vaccines.

No, Fort Bend County Clinical Health Services does not accept any form of insurance.

No, our clinics only accept payments in cash form.

No, we do not have a copay fee at our clinics. However, there are administration fees for vaccines and for employment-related Tuberculosis testing.

An updated vaccine record is required at every clinic visit. For individuals under 18 years of age, a parent needs to be present at the time of the visit. If a guardian foster parent is attending the clinic, proof of guardianship foster parent is required.

No, you are welcome to come in at any time during our clinic hours but please note that our services are provided on a “first come, first served” basis. 

Because the schedule is subject to change for the Immunization Clinics, please refer to the schedule before you visit a clinic.