The North Texas Medical Society Coalition, comprised of the medical societies of Dallas, Denton, Collin-Fannin, Grayson, and Tarrant counties, is pleased to announce that initial appointments are now available for physicians and their staff to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. This program is a collaboration between the North Texas Medical Society Coalition and Kroger Health, Tom Thumb/Albertsons, Brookshire’s, and Brookshire Brothers pharmacies of North Texas.
Any North Texas physician or office staff member who is otherwise unable to obtain the vaccine may utilize this program.
If you qualify but did not receive the email, you can contact Allison Howard at firstname.lastname@example.org.
*Update 12/31/20 – This clinic is currently out of vaccines but hopes to receive more shipments at a later date.*
The City of Arlington/Arlington Fire Department is actively planning to start COVID-19 vaccinations, beginning this week at the Arlington Convention Center.
This morning they received doses of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine.
The City of Arlington/Arlington Fire Department, in cooperation with Tarrant County Public Health, will provide vaccinations to first responders and frontline healthcare providers who work or live in Arlington, Bedford, Colleyville, Dalworthington Gardens, DFW Airport, Euless, Grapevine, Hurst, Kennedale, Mansfield and Pantego.
Health care providers and first responders arriving for a vaccination will need to provide an ID that identifies their current association with a healthcare organization. This will be required to receive the vaccine.
On-site registration will also be available but slightly more time consuming.
Physicians, you should have received an email from Tarrant County Medical Society this afternoon with some updated information about accessing COVID-19 vaccinations in Tarrant County, specifically for doctors with direct patient care who are not hospital based.
If you did not receive it or need additional information, contact Allison Howard at email@example.com.