El Paso

City Health Department: Parents Encouraged to Get Children Immunized Early

Have Children Vaccinated Now, Avoid August Rush

ABC7 at Four Rosemary Payan with City of El Paso Public Health Department

El Paso - The City of El Paso Department of Public Health is encouraging parents to bring their children in now to get any immunizations needed for school, instead of waiting until August when wait times are longer.

Immunizations for children entering Pre-K all the way up through college are available at all three city health clinics: 5115 El Paso Drive in central El Paso, 721 South Mesa Street near downtown, and 110 Candelaria Road in Ysleta. The clinics are open Monday through Thursday from 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Parents are encouraged to make an appointment for their children. You can call 915-212-6555 or click here to make your appointment online.


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