The Texas Children’s mobile clinics are offering all childhood immunizations (including flu) by appointment only. Click here to learn more.

Call 832-824-6355 to make an appointment for immunizations!

Looking for organizations to help you with needs like low-cost clinics or food pantries?  To see our resource sheet, please click here for English / o aqui para Español.
Please click here to read the Vaccine Information Statements (VISs) to learn about vaccines available to your child.

Texas Children’s operates mobile clinics to provide trusted, high-quality medical services to children who may not have the access or opportunity to receive health care. Our fleet of mobile clinics travel to low-income, largely Hispanic neighborhoods to provide comprehensive health care to underserved children. The mobile clinics provide free care to children from newborn to 18 years of age. The clinics are open to the public; children do not have to attend the school where the clinic is parked to receive care. 

  • Our clinic is a first come, first served walk-in service.
  • No appointments needed. 
  • Services and immunizations are limited by staffing, supplies and time.
  • Families are encouraged to arrive early.
  • Children MUST be accompanied by parent or legal guardian.
  • Families MUST come with all available copies of their immunization/vaccine/shot records including records from countries of origin
  • * Eligibility requirements apply

Mobile Clinic Schedule

Please note the following:

  • We are NOT offering well child visits, school/sports/camp physicals, or ill visits at this time
  • We are NOT offering COVID testing.
  • Only one parent/guardian permitted with child.
  • Services are limited by time, staff and supplies.
  • Please note that clinic may be cancelled due to rain and severe weather.
For organization use only:
Fill out this form to request one of our mobile clinics to come and provide services at your event.

Our Team

Our bilingual staff includes four Texas Children's pediatricians, one nurse practitioner, a clinic manager, six medical assistants, a community health worker, and a behavioral health specialist.