Houston Health Department
|Gardasil (HPV)||$187.08||TB Skin Test (PPD)||$32.85|
|Hepatitis A ( Adult)||$59.59||Td||$52.43|
|Hepatitis B ( Adult)||$65.05||Tdap||$59.72|
|Inactivated Polio Vaccine||$55.68||Twinrix (Hepatitis A/B)||$88.77|
|MMR (Measles, Mumps, Rubella)||$88.20||Yellow Fever||$156.71|
|Oral Typhoid||$63.66||Zostavax Zoster||$215.55|
Prices are subject to change based on actual vaccine cost to HHD.
For more information on the immunizations required for travel to specific countries, visit the Center for Disease Control and Prevention's Travelers' Health information page or call 1.877.394.8747.
The Adult Safety Net (ASN) Program provides vaccine purchased with public funds to participating clinics to be used for immunizing uninsured adults. Currently, the vaccines offered through the ASN Program include the following:
Why do adults need to be vaccinated?
Like infants and children, adults are also at risk for contracting vaccine-preventable diseases. In addition to becoming severely ill, infected adults risk spreading these diseases to infants who are too young to be vaccinated. The solution is to vaccinate our adult population to prevent infection with one of these potentially devastating diseases.
Who is eligible to receive ASN vaccines?
- You are 19 years of age or older, and
- You do not have health insurance.
Who is not eligible to receive ASN Program vaccines?
- Adults who have Medicare, Medicaid, or any other insurance, including private insurance
- Adults who are underinsured for adult vaccines (e.g., those who have healthcare insurance that does not cover adult vaccines)
- Individuals younger than 19 years of age
ASN Program vaccines are supplied to participating medical providers at no cost. This means that ASN Program providers cannot charge a fee for the vaccine itself. However, providers are allowed to charge an administration fee of up to $25 for each vaccine that is administered. Although ASN Program providers may charge this administration fee, they cannot deny the vaccine because of an inability to pay it.
Where can I go to get ASN Program vaccines?
Visit the Department of State Health Services website for a list of participating providers.
ImmTrac, the Texas Immunization Registry, is a no-cost service offered by the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS). ImmTrac is a secure and confidential registry available to all Texans. ImmTrac safely consolidates and stores immunization information from multiple sources electronically in one centralized system. Texas law requires written consent for ImmTrac participation and limits access to the registry to only those individuals who have been authorized by law.
The immunization information in ImmTrac is provided by a variety of sources; including private health-care providers, pharmacies, public health clinics, Medicaid claims administrators, and vital statistics. Regardless of the number of sources, each client’s immunization information is consolidated into one electronic record. Only authorized professionals such as doctors, nurses, and public health providers can access clients’ vaccination histories.
- To register you and/or your child for ImmTrac print and complete the following consent forms:
Adult Consent Form - Use this form to register as an adult (aged 18 and older)
8000 North Stadium Drive, 5th Floor
Houston, TX 77054
- Request your Immunization Record from the Houston Health Department by calling 832.393.5427.
- Visit the DSHS ImmTrac website for more information.
Additional Resources for Adults
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