Public Health Region 1 Immunization Program

Purpose

The PHR 1 Immunization Program provides services to 41 counties in the Texas Panhandle and South Plains. Our Regional Office is located in Lubbock, Regional Sub-Office in Amarillo, and Regional Field Offices in Hereford, Pampa, and Dumas. We also work with the Local Health Departments in the region.

The mission of the Immunization Division is to improve the quality and longevity of life for people in Texas by achieving and maintaining a vaccine-preventable disease free environment. This will add to the state's economic base by avoiding substantial health care costs. This mission will be achieved through the utilization of cost-effective immunization programs and efficient epidemiology applied in quality partnerships with public and private participants (local, state, national) who share the common vision of community well-being.

 

Department of State Health Services, PHR 1
Immunization Program
6302 Iola Ave
Lubbock, Texas 79424
Phone: (806) 744-3577
Fax: (806) 783-6435

Department of State Health Services, PHR 1
Immunization Program
3407 Pony Express Way
Amarillo, Texas 79118 
Phone: (806) 655-7151 
Fax: (806) 373-4757 

Department of State Health Services, PHR 1
Immunization Program
600 N 25 Mile Ave, Suite 500
Hereford, Texas 79045
Phone: (806) 364-4579
Fax: (806) 364-5595

Department of State Health Services, PHR 1
Immunization Program 
121 S Gillespie 
Pampa, Texas 79065
Phone: (806) 802-7002
Fax: (806) 669-8459

Department of State Health Services, PHR 1
Immunization Program
501 Success Blvd
Dumas, Texas 79029
Phone: (806) 421-0316
Fax: (806) 934-7154

 


For Immunization Program related questions, contact Leigh Johnston, MS , Immunization Program Manager for PHR 1

Refer to Texas Department of State Health Services Immunization site detail link to ImmTrac, CoCASA and Texas Vaccine For Children (TVFC).

 

Services


DSHS Immunization Program related links:


 

External links to other sites are intended to be informational and do not have the endorsement of the Department of State Health Services. These links may also not be accessible to persons with disabilities.


 

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Last updated February 23, 2021