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Tell Me About the Clinics

To help you protect your child’s health, certain HISD middle schools will be hosting free adolescent vaccination clinics, where your child can receive all of the recommended shots for their age group on campus during school hours. Most clinics are sponsored and staffed by Texas Children’s Hospital®, with some hosted and run by Memorial Hermann Health Centers for Schools

Vaccines provided will include: 

  • Tdap (Tetanus, Diphtheria, Pertussis)
  • Human Papillomavirus (HPV)
  • Meningococcal (MCV4)
  • Hepatitis A
  • Influenza (Flu)

Remember: All is better than some.

These recommended vaccines are a very important part of keeping your child healthy. Make sure you get your child all of the recommended vaccines.

Questions? You can call 713-500-ALL5 (2555) to speak with a program staff member.

Is my child's school participating?

Check the schedule below. 

Please note: All clinics will be provided by the Texas Children's Hospital® Mobile Clinic program, unless otherwise specified.

*The schedule will continue to be updated as more schools confirm their clinic dates. 

SchoolClinic Date
Jane Long Academy September 25, 2019
Thomas Middle School September 26, 2019
Hogg Middle School (Memorial Hermann clinic) October 08, 2019
Edison Middle School October 15, 2019
Hartman Middle School October 16, 2019
Navarro Middle School October 22, 2019
Cullen Middle School October 23, 2019
Deady Middle School October 30, 2019
Fonville Middle School October 31, 2019
Gregory-Lincoln Education Center November 05, 2019
Marshall Middle School November 07, 2019
Clifton Middle School November 13, 2019
Sugar Grove Academy (Memorial Hermann clinic) November 14, 2019
Attucks Middle School November 20, 2019
Patrick Henry Middle School (Memorial Hermann clinic) December 12, 2019
Key Middle School January 29, 2020
Revere Middle School January 30, 2020
Burbank Middle School (Memorial Hermann clinic) February 11, 2020
Stevenson Middle School February 12, 2020
Forest Brook Middle School February 18, 2020
Black Middle School February 19, 2020
Williams Middle School February 26, 2020
Holland Middle School February 27, 2020
Fondren Middle School March 04, 2020
Hamilton Middle School (Memorial Hermann clinic) March 11, 2020
Fleming Middle School Postponed
McReynolds Middle School Postponed
Meyerland PVA Middle School Postponed

What do I need for the clinics?

Here are the forms you should print, sign, and return to school for your child to receive their shots.

These forms ask for important information. Please answer the questions carefully, and put your initials by each vaccine that you want your child to receive. Please return forms to school one week before your child’s vaccination clinic date. 

FORM A: Consent Form (Texas Children’s Hospital Mobile Clinic)

FORM BImmunization Registry Minor Consent Form (ImmTrac2)

FORM CPatient Eligibility Screening Record (Texas Vaccines for Children)

Please send your child’s most recent immunization record to school on the day of the clinic. It will be stamped and returned home with your child.

You should also read the Texas Children’s Hospital: Notice of Privacy Practices (for clinics run by Texas Children’s Mobile Clinics – see Clinic Schedules)

Vaccine Information Statements

Please read the Vaccine Information Statements (VIS) for each vaccine that you would like your child to receive (before the clinic).  

Tell Me About HPV Vaccination

Human papillomavirus, or HPV, is extremely common. The virus has many types, some of which are frequently responsible for causing six different kinds of cancer, which affect both men and women. More than 31,000 people get HPV-related cancers every year. Since most adults will contract some strain of HPV during their lifetime, it’s important for all children (both boys and girls) to be vaccinated against HPV to prevent the related cancers and other illnesses.

The vaccine prevents certain types of HPV. It is proven safe, effective, and protects your child throughout their life from HPV-related cancers and other illnesses. 

Much like when you vaccinate your children as infants against other illnesses, it is best to give your child the vaccine long before they’re ever exposed to HPV. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends starting the HPV vaccine series when children are 11-12 years old. 

Want more information? Here’s a fact sheet on the HPV vaccine

The HPV vaccine will be offered at some HISD middle schools’ adolescent vaccination clinics this school year, along with other recommended vaccines for your child’s age group. The HPV vaccine is also available at your local clinic, and should be covered free of charge through most health insurance plans, including CHIP and Medicaid. Some clinics may charge an administrative fee, depending on your plan.

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UTHealth Project Team

Phone: (713) 500-ALL5 (2555) or Email: allforthem@uth.tmc.edu 

Texas Children's Mobile Clinic Program

Phone: (832) 372-9871

Memorial Hermann Health Centers for Schools

Hogg Clinic: (713) 864-7614          Burbank Clinic: (713) 742-8151          Sharpstown Clinic: (832) 658-5260

Thank you to our partnering organizations!

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