Health District


9850-A Emmett F. Lowry Expy, Suite A108, Texas City Texas 77591 - Phone - 409-938-7221

Mailing Address:
PO Box 939
La Marque, TX 77568

Community Health Services
Immunization Services

hone: 409-938-2456
Fax: 409-938-2239

Notice: Effective September 1, 2015, the small, part-time Dickinson and Galveston Immunization Clinics will consolidate to the Texas City Immunization Clinic.
Read details by clicking here.

Immunization Services include vaccines for children and adults at its clinic in Texas City. Please be sure to bring your shot record!
Adult vaccinations include tetanus, diphtheria, pertussis, measles, mumps, rubella, hepatitis B, pneumococcal, and influenza in accordance with state and national guidelines. The immunization clinics are located in Dickinson, Texas City and Galveston. Click here to see the hours each clinic is open.

Driving directions to the clinic are linked below. For your convenience, we have entered the clinics address, all you will have to do is put in the starting address

Funding for immunization activities come from local, state and federal sources. Services offered through the program are:

  • Vaccine for Children Program (VFC): 409-938-2201
  • Phone based reminder and recall system
  • Immunization outreach, special events and programs. Download request form here
  • Educational classes for medical providers and others. See class schedule

The clinic is walk–in only, no appointments necessary.

Clinic Location and Hours :
Texas City: 9850 B Emmett F Lowry Expressway, Suite 104 B
Texas City, TX 77591
409-949-3459 Fax# 409-938-2227
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, 8:00 - 5:00 pm;
Tuesday 8:00 am - 7:00 pm

For current fees, see United Board of Health Approved Policies page.

No child is refused immunizations based on inability to pay.

For additional information contact the Immunization Nurse Manager, at 409-938-2244 or the Administrative Assistant for Community Health Services at 409-938-2456.

Community Partners: The Immunization Advisory Council is an outcome of the Health District Strategic Health Plan and the goal is to engage community stakeholders in improving immunization rates and to advise GCHD on immunization strategies and resources.