North Texas Area Community Health Centers, Including Arlington Location, Will Offer Flu and Covid Vaccines in October and November
By Office of Communication
Posted on September 28, 2022, September 28, 2022

Arlington Community Health Center

North Texas Area Community Health Centers will offer flu/Pfizer COVID vaccinations for those 6 months old and up at Saturday clinics, including in Arlington.

These are for current patients and new patients. NTACHC also has a limited number of Pfizer Bivalent Boosters available. Insurance is accepted.

For those who do not have insurance, NTACHC encourages people to call to discuss eligibility and options. An appointment is highly encouraged by requesting it online at or calling 817-625-4254.

Clinics will be held from 8 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. on Oct. 8 and Nov. 5 at the Arlington Community Health Center, 979 N. Cooper St.

 Clinics will also be available from 8 a.m.-11:30 a.m. on these dates at these locations:

• Oct. 1, Oct. 22 and Oct. 29: Northside, 2332 Beverly Dr., Fort Worth, TX 76114

• Oct. 15: Southeast: 2909 Mitchell Blvd., Fort Worth, TX 76105

Flu vaccines are at no-cost for children (6 months-18 years old) who qualify (i.e., Medicaid, CHIP, uninsured or underinsured). Pregnant women on Medicaid are also eligible to receive a vaccine at no-cost.

Adults 19 years old and up:
1. If the patient is on NTACHC’s Sliding Scale Fee program or on CHIP Perinate:
a. Regular Flu shots: $20
b. Egg-Free Flu shots (for those with egg allergy): $40
c. High-Dose Flu shots (65yrs+): $65

2. Those not on the sliding scale
a. Regular Flu shots: $35
b. Egg-free Flu shots: $50
c. High-Dose Flu shots (65yrs+): $105

COVID vaccines are at no-cost for all patients. NTACHC bills insurances for the vaccine administration fee only for those privately insured.

About North Texas Area Community Health Centers

A nonprofit organization, North Texas Area Community Health Centers are a community family medical practice that offers a full-range of primary and preventative healthcare services to patients throughout Tarrant County. In 2002, NTACHC was founded as a federally qualified health center to provide high quality medical services, to serve as a safety net for the lower-income population, and to help successfully address health disparities in the community. Open to all, NTACHC has three community-centered medical homes: Northside Community Health Center, Southeast Community Health Center and Arlington Community Health Center.

For more information, visit or call 817-625-4254.

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