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How Do I Schedule a Vaccine?

To schedule a first dose appointment - in the bottom right-hand corner of the page, click our chatbot icon, then select “Schedule Vaccine” from the group of options. First doses are only available at our site at Texas Southern University, while all of the other vaccine sites remain open solely to provide second doses to patients that received their first dose there. More appointments will be added every day, so check back often if you are unable to secure an appointment.

Patients must receive their first and second doses of the vaccine at the same location. Please keep this in mind when scheduling.

To schedule a second dose appointment - simply refer to the date and time written on the back of your COVID-19 Vaccination card and return to the same site of your first dose at that designated date and time.

Our team at St. Luke’s Health is following the CDC Guidelines for International Travel and Quarantine prior to vaccinating people arriving from outside the country.

COVID-19 Vaccine Hubs Across Texas

St. Luke’s Health is working with local and state public health departments to ensure effective vaccine distribution and administration.

Baylor St. Luke’s Medical Center in the Texas Medical Center, The Woodlands Hospital in North Houston, and St. Joseph Health College Station Hospital in the Brazos Valley are among dozens of providers that have been chosen as vaccination hubs by the Texas Department of State Health Services.


Our Vaccine Sites

  • Texas Southern University
    Located in Central Houston, our vaccine site at Texas Southern University is in the Nabrit Building. Walk-ins are welcome from 7 am - 6 pm. Get Directions
  • Patients Medical Center
    Located in Pasadena, we are excited to offer a walk-in Moderna vaccine community clinic from 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. on June 9, June 10, and June 11. Get Directions


Canceling a Vaccine Appointment

If you are no longer able to attend your scheduled appointment or no longer need it, please take the time to cancel. Doing so allows us to use this time and vaccine dose to vaccinate another member of our community. To cancel, please email [email protected].

Who Is Eligible for a Vaccine?

The Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) has determined that all adults age 16 and older are eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine.

Learn More About the COVID-19 Vaccines

If you have already received your COVID-19 vaccine, you can unsubscribe from our waitlist here.

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If you have any questions regarding the vaccine, please call 281-407-8137.

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