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COVID-19 Information

COVID-19 VACCINE   

We offer Pfizer-BioNTech vaccines (Moderna is available in limited supply)  –  Online appointment scheduling is now available! 

All individuals 18 and older can book, on-line, their initial COVID-19 vaccine appointment by clicking on this link: “Book A Vaccine Appointment.  The ‎Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine will be given.

Third doses (COVID-19 Booster) must be scheduled through your MCH physician’s office (i.e., these appointments may not be scheduled on-line).  MCH is offering a third dose to our established patients who have already received two doses of either the Pfizer or the Moderna vaccine.

Who Is Eligible for a Vaccine at MCH?   While DSHS announced all Texans age 5 and older are eligible to receive COVID-19 Vaccines – MCH offers vaccines to individuals age 18 and older.

All currently authorized and recommended COVID-19 vaccines are safe and effective, and CDC does not recommend one vaccine over another. You may choose to investigate COVID-19 Vaccine Information by clicking on this link:  Texas Health and Human Services which offers the latest information on vaccines and treatments in development and the recommended distribution across Texas.

Find additional information in the section below: “Commonly asked Questions”   clicking on the + (plus sign) to reveal responses.

Stay Safe!

Commonly Asked Questions about COVID-19 (click on the + to display answers)

How can individuals obtain the COVID-19 vaccine?

Medical Clinic of Houston, an approved vaccination provider, offers online appointment scheduling; Click on this link: Book A Vaccine Appointment.

People can continue to find additional vaccine sites as well as investigate COVID-19 Vaccine Information by clicking on this link:  Texas Health and Human Services which offers the latest information on vaccines and treatments in development and the distribution across Texas.

Another vaccine resource for appointments or walk-ins may be this City of Houston’s Health Department’s link: COVID-19 vaccine clinics/.

We have procured all the necessary sub-zero freezer storage and temperature monitoring, and our physicians and staff have received the necessary training for administering the two-dose vaccine.

Continue to check our web site’s “Home” page for updates.

Hesitant to get the COVID-19 vaccine, when it is available?

Please click on the Fact Sheet to read the Texas Medical Association’s COVID-19 Vaccine Fact Sheet

The CDC recommends getting the first COVID-19 vaccine available to you. All currently authorized and recommended COVID-19 vaccines are safe and