Vaccines (immunizations) can prevent many diseases, but there are many considerations including risk of side effects. We are happy to discuss the risks and benefits of any vaccine or any questions you may have. Many people are looking for a "vaccine-friendly" or "anti vaccine-friendly" doctor, but finding a doctor who will accept patients who do not vaccinate or who partially vaccinate is hard. While we generally advise getting the recommended vaccines, we support your right to choose what vaccines to get and when for yourself or your children.
We carry most common vaccines in stock (see prices); most others can be special-ordered. Special-ordered vaccines must be pre-paid. Simply call us at 281-259-7400 to order vaccines or for any questions.
Below are some additional options for getting vaccines for those unable to afford them:
See more vaccine resources below
CDC, Find the latest recommendation for immunizations from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC).
FDA, Complete list of licensed vaccines in the US
Immunization Action Coalition, an organization with the stated goal of increasing immunization rates; however, they provide a great deal of factual information, including vaccine package inserts
School requirements in Texas, Information from the Texas Department of State Health Services on state-required immunizations for school and college.
See also information on exemptions: https://www.dshs.state.tx.us/immunize/school/exemptions.aspx
SmartVax , A site advocating a balanced approach to immunizations. They attempt to offer objective information about the risks and benefits of various vaccines.
Are you going to be traveling?
We can help you with all your travel medicine needs. Find out more here.
Rarely, the Yellow Fever vaccine is required for travel to foreign countries.