Community Vaccine Clinics

Our ministry is proud and excited to continue the process for vaccinating our community residents.

CHRISTUS Spohn Health System Community Vaccine Hubs

CHRISTUS Spohn Hospitals Alice, Beeville, and Kleberg are designated by the State of Texas to serve as vaccination hubs. Our ministry is proud to provide this much needed service in South Texas. Thank you for trusting us with your care! Please note, each CHRISTUS Spohn facility is currently administering Pfizer vaccines only.

Eligibility: Residents age 16 and older are now eligible to receive a COVID vaccine.

Second Dose: Your second dose vaccine should be available on the date stamped on your CDC Vaccination Record Card, pending arrival of the State’s allotment to our facility. Be prepared to present your CDC Vaccination Record Card upon entry.

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Jim Wells County

Updated May 4, 2021: The following drive through event offers residents first and second doses of the Pfizer vaccine. Please be prepared to present a valid ID, and your CDC Vaccination Record Card if receiving a second dose.

Vaccines are administered on a first come, first served basis. No appointment necessary.

Friday, May 7, 2021
3 PM - 7 PM or until supplies last

CHRISTUS Spohn Hospital Alice - Laviana Plaza
700 N. Flournoy Rd.
Alice, Texas 78332

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Kleberg County

Updated May 3, 2021: Please stay tuned for future vaccine hub events.

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Bee County

Updated May 3, 2021: CHRISTUS Spohn Hospital Beeville has 1st or 2nd dose Pfizer vaccines available. Vaccine administrations are available by appointment only. Please call the Bee County COVID19 Hotline at 361-492-5981 to schedule your appointment. Appointment times will vary and are coordinated between the Bee County COVID19 Hotline and CHRISTUS Spohn Hospital Beeville.

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?