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COVID-19 Vaccination Information

COVID-19 Vaccine Shot Update

The first and second dose Pfizer vaccines, as well as the Pfizer booster shots, are now available at our MCH Urgent Care locations. No appointment is necessary and walk-ins are welcome.

MCH Urgent Care – JBS Parkway
3001 JBS Parkway
Odessa, TX 79762
MCH Urgent Care – West University
6030 W. University Blvd.
Odessa, TX 79764
Walk-in Clinic times:
  • Monday – Friday, 9:00 a.m. – 8:30 p.m.
  • Saturday – Sunday, 10:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.

These vaccines are free to the community.

More info from DSHS and CDC below:

As always, thank you for your understanding and patience as we adapt on the fly due to the extreme winter weather!

Pfizer Consent - English Pfizer Consent - Spanish

Emergency Department and Center for Women and Infants open 24 hours

How to Wear Your Facemask

Ways to Connect to Patients

While our patient care philosophy depends greatly on engaging families to be present as part of the healing process, the decision to limit family presence was difficult and made only after careful consideration. We understand how important it is for you to support your loved ones and friends who are patients at our hospital.
Please see the following ways you can connect to patients:

How to Visit with Zoom

How You Can Help

COVID-19 is spreading throughout our community and nation and the Medical Center Health System Foundation is working to help ease the financial and emotional burdens this is causing.

The MCHS Foundation

As new challenges related to COVID-19 arise, the MCHS Foundation encourages anyone willing and able to contribute to the COVID-19 Foundation Fund. This will help purchase PPE and other necessary items for MCHS staff working the frontlines of this crisis.

While conditions are not ideal, with your support, we will move forward. We are committed to providing our patients and employees 5 Star care.

Below is a list of needed items that will be helpful to Medical Center Hospital:

  • Unscented lotion if hand sanitizer begins to breakdown skin of users

The MCHS Foundation is thankful for your commitment, and in these challenging times, we are especially appreciative of your support of our medical staff, patients, and support staff.

Again, to make a monetary donation, please visit The MCHS Foundation and choose COVID 19 in the designation box. You can also contact the MCHS Foundation Office at (432) 640-1269 to coordinate.

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