Why should I register myself on ImmTrac, the Texas immunization registry?

Adults need vaccines throughout their life. Store your immunization records in Immtrac, the Texas Immunization Registry. It is a free, secure, confidential services that stores immunization records electronically in one centralized system. ImmTrac is available to Texans of all ages.

To register for ImmTrac participation, you must grant consent in writing. Anyone 18 years or older may consent to participate in ImmTrac. Past, as well as current, immunizations can be added to the record at any time.

How to Register

Download the Immunization Registry (ImmTrac) Adult Consent Form (F11-13366) (PDF) or obtain an ImmTrac Consent Form from Garland Health Department Clinical Services. Complete the form, sign and date it. Deliver the completed consent form, along with copies of your immunization records to:

  • Any health-care provider registered with ImmTrac
  • Garland Health Department Clinical Services
  • Mail to:
    Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS)
    Immunization Branch – ImmTrac Group, MC 1946
    P.O. Box 149347
    Austin, TX 78714-9347
  • Fax to the Texas DSHS at 512-458-7790

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1. Do you take appointments?
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3. Do I have to pay for the vaccines under the Texas Vaccines for Children Program?
4. Who is eligible for the Texas Vaccines for Children (TVFC) Program?
5. What do I need to bring to get my child immunized?
6. Can I bring my sick child to your clinic to see a doctor?
7. Do you accept out-of-state Medicaid?
8. Do you accept insurance?
9. Do you give discounted services to Garland residents?
10. Can you give some of my child’s immunizations on this visit and some on the next visit, so that my child will not get so many injections at one time?
11. Do you provide titer lab tests to check immunity levels?
12. Do you provide testing for sexually-transmitted diseases (STDs) or drug testing?
13. Do you offer physical exams or athletic physicals?
14. Are you affiliated with the Parkland Health and Hospital System?
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