Vaccine Appointments Available

CHRISTUS Good Shepherd COVID-19 Vaccination Hub Clinic


CHRISTUS Good Shepherd Vaccine Clinic

All Texans age 16 and older are eligible to receive the FREE Pfizer vaccine at the CHRISTUS Good Shepherd Vaccine Hub Clinic.

Vaccinations are being provided by appointment only. Appointments can be made by scheduling online. 

Call 1-877-335-5746 if  you need assistance to schedule your appointment.


Determine Eligibility

Please note you are NOT eligible for the vaccine at this time if:

  • You have tested positive for COVID-19 within the past 10 days and have not met the requirements to discontinue self-isolation
  • In the last 14 days you have been exposed to COVID-19 by being a “close contact” of someone currently infected
  • You have received monoclonal antibody treatment or convalescent plasma in the last 90 days

Schedule an Appointment

Fill out all patient information and confirm your appointment date and time.  Please note that our vaccine clinic is free and you may select "no insurance" upon registration.

Booked an Appointment?

Vaccinations are being provided by appointment only. Walk-ins and waitlist appointments are not available.

If you have questions regarding the appointment you scheduled please call, 877-335-5746.

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Gregg County Vaccination Hub Clinic is Free

The vaccination hub clinic in Gregg County is free, and insurance will not be billed for vaccines administered at the Vaccine Hub Clinic.


Appointment Confirmation

If you booked an appointment within our vaccination clinic, you should expect to receive a text or voice call (depending on the information you submitted) confirmation 72 hours after your appointment registration. If you have completed scheduling an appointment, then you have a spot; it is not contingent upon the confirmation text/voice call.


COVID-19 Vaccine FAQs

  • What is the latest response from CHRISTUS Health regarding the pause on administering the Jannsen Johnson & Johnson vaccine?
  • How long will the vaccine last?
  • Can I receive the COVID-19 vaccine if I have received convalescent plasma or a monoclonal antibody treatment for COVID-19?
  • I’ve already had COVID-19; do I still need the vaccine?
  • Can I still get COVID-19 if I get the vaccine?
  • Is the vaccine one dose or two?
  • Do I still need to wear a mask after receiving the vaccine?
  • Can I pass COVID-19 to someone else if I’ve had the vaccine?
  • What if I’m pregnant, or plan to be soon, or breastfeeding? Should I get vaccinated?
  • What happens if I miss the second dose or take it later than 21 or 28 days after the first?
  • Will the vaccine hurt or will there be side effects?
  • Should someone who has my specific health concern get the vaccine?
  • Is the vaccine safe?
  • How many people were in the vaccine trials and how many of those had really negative side effects?
  • Is receiving the vaccine consistent with CHRISTUS Health values?
  • Which shot should my child receive?
  • Where can I get my child vaccinated?
  • What about allergic or severe reactions in my child?
  • What about possible side effects for my child?
  • How long do I need to wait before getting my child vaccinated for COVID-19 if they have had some other type of vaccination or shot?