TEXAS EMERGENCY HOSPITAL SELECTED AS COVID-19 VACCINATION HUB

It is with great pride that we announced in January that Texas Emergency Hospital had been selected as a COVID-19 Vaccination HUB by the Texas Department of State Health Services.

Since Pfizer’s first vaccines allotment arrived at TEH on Thursday, January 21, more than 6,000 people who qualify for Phase 1A and Phase 1B have been vaccinated.  We’re currently seeing at least 630 people a day.  Phase 1A includes health care personnel and residents at long-term facilities, while Phase 1B includes people 65 years of age or older, or 16 years of age or older with at least one chronic medical condition, including pregnancy.

Vaccination HUBS are large vaccination sites throughout the state intended to provide vaccines to a greater number of people while facilitating the registration process. As a vaccination HUB, TEH will receive vaccine allocations from the state on a regular basis.

We have received very positive feedback from the community for the way the vaccination process is being carried out. The process runs efficiently, smoothly and very well organized. At Texas Emergency Hospital we are very grateful to our staff for their kindness, professionalism and for the fantastic job they are doing in managing the vaccination process.

Vaccinations are administered by appointment only. Our call center is open Monday through Friday from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm each day. To schedule an appointment for your COVID vaccine, please call: 281-806-7370 or 281-806-7380.

Our call center has been working tirelessly to answer all calls from people across Texas. They have been receiving a high volume of calls and are doing the best to respond to each one. We have expanded our number of phone lines to streamline the process. Please continue to be patient as you call.

People must bring all the requested forms completed to their appointment. After the vaccine is administered, the person is asked to remain in place for 15 to 30 minutes for observation.

The consent forms required to receive the vaccine request basic information such as name, date of birth, address, mother’s name, and phone number and can be found at this link: https://www.emergencyhospitals.care/wp – content / uploads / 2021/01 / Immunization-Registry-CDC-Prevaccination-Checklist.pdf.

We are very excited to be able to serve our community, and we stand with our commitment of being our community’s  hometown healthcare.

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TEH Vaccination Team

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Patty Foster, CEO for Texas Emergency Hospital
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Vaccination takes place at the main lobby of Texas Emergency Hospital

 

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