COVID- 19 Information & Community Resources

COVID Testing & Vaccine Update

Starting March 23, the federal government will no longer cover COVID-19 testing claims for uninsured individuals.
Starting April 6, the federal government will no longer cover COVID-19 vaccination claims for uninsured individuals.
Uninsured individuals will be responsible for covering the cost when receiving a COVID-19 test or vaccination.
If you have any questions regarding your medical bill, please reach out to our billing office at 806.244.4571. 
 

Vaccine Clinic Info 

Currently, there are no vaccine clinics scheduled. If you would like to receive a COVID vaccine, please call 806.244.5668 and make an appointment or visit our Walk-in Clinic at High Country at 320 E. Texas Blvd. DHCHD carries the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines.

  • COVID-19 Vaccine Card
  • Form of ID (If Available)

** Regarding vaccination for children age 5-11-years-old.  Please call your primary care provider for further guidance or call 806.244.5668 to make an appointment at one of our medical clinics. More

Questions? Email us at: marketingteam@dhchd.org

How to get a COVID – 19 test

  • Call (806) 244-5668 and ask to make an appointment with your provider and that you would like a COVID-19 test.
  • Your provider will determine if one is needed.
  • Call (806) 244-9251 if after hours.

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