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Last Updated: Thursday, March 07, 2019

Vaccines for Children Program (VFC) - San Antonio

Metropolitan Health District
111 Soledad (Administration, No services)
STE 1000
San Antonio, TX 78205

TEL: 210-207-3965


FAX: 210-224-5710
Program Website
 

Benefits Summary

Free (or low cost) vaccines for children. Vaccines are distributed to State and local health agencies at no charge who in turn distribute them to physicians/ health clinics that have signed up for the program. Immunization can prevent many diseases.
 

Benefits

Diseases preventable by vaccines include: Diphtheria, hepatitis, influenza, measles, pneumococcal, mumps pertussis, polio, tetanus etc. A small administrative fee (amount regulated by State) may be charged; also an office visit charge may be applicable.
 

Eligibility Guidelines

Children thru age 18 who meet one of the following criteria: child is Medicaid eligible; or uninsured; or American Indian or Alaska Native; or qualifying underinsured. See federal CDC web site for details on program: http://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/programs/vfc/ select: For Parents in left side menu.
 

How to apply

Addresses of clinics in the area: on program website, left side menu, select "Health Services", select "Immunizations".