Vaccines & Immunizations



Immunization schedules for everyone from infants to adults are available on the
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website.

Below is information on immunization availability from the Medical Center institutions.

Methodist Hospital

Methodist Hospital provides appropriate immunizations to patients receiving treatment in our ERs or as inpatients; does not offer general immunization clinics for the community.

St. Luke’s Baptist

Baptist Health System received the “Gold Award” from the Metropolitan Health District in 2011 for achieving excellent flu immunization rates among its staff, volunteers and physicians.

St. Luke’s provides vaccines to employees, medical and healthcare staff. Patients are also provided vaccines/immunizations as needed.

St. Luke’s does not provide vaccines/immunizations to the public; however, Baptist Health System’s Mobile Health Unit offers free community health screenings and flu vaccines in the fall; for more information, visit www.bhsscreening.com.

UT Medicine San Antonio

UT Medicine provides a full line of vaccinations for children and adults, as well vaccinations required for travel and work in foreign countries. Check with your doctor for providers.

University Health System

Any patient in need of a vaccine/immunization can visit any of our outpatient clinics for expedited service. Each year, University Health System assists in several city-wide back-to-school immunization drives to help ensure every school-age child is up to date with his/her immunizations. Annually, University Health System will host a Back-to-School Immunization drive at the Texas Diabetes Institute where a limited number of children receive shots, school and sports physicals.

Find a map of outpatient locations for immunizations through University Health System clinics here.