If you are under 18, Texas state law requires parental consent and also requires the parent to view the Vaccine Information Sheets and sign an acknowledgment.
- HPV (3-dose vaccination; works to prevent the common types of HPV which can cause cancer)
- Hepatitis B (helps protect against a virus that damages the liver)
- PV (Polio vaccination: protects against nerve damage, which may lead to paralysis)
- MMR (works against measles, mumps, and rubella)
- TD (boosts immunity to diphtheria and tetanus)
- Tdap (boosts immunity to diphtheria, tetanus, and pertussis (whooping cough)
- Varicella (protects against chickenpox)
- Hepatitis A (helps protect against inflammation of the liver)
- MCV 4 (helps protect against meningococcal disease like meningitis or sepsis (bloodstream infection))
- PPD (tuberculosis skin test: requires two visits to the doctor. In the first visit, you receive a shot. In the second visit, the doctor determines if you have an immune response to the test and can diagnose tuberculosis).
All vaccines are administered at our School-Based Clinic locations (Milby, Tejano, Wisdom, and Worthing).
Meningitis and HPV vaccines are administered at all Teen Health Clinic locations.