Social distancing guidelines will prevent many of our local clinic lobbies from having full seats, so it is vital for parents to bring their kids now (in May and in June), before August and the start of next school year. The NET Health Immunizations Clinic is available for all students to get their back-to-school vaccines updated NOW.
Vaccines are available for kids of all ages to stay up-to-date on scheduled vaccines, so that parents can plan ahead to decide when to bring their K-12th grade children, and so that graduating seniors can obtain their meningitis vaccines before going to college.
Located at 815 North Broadway Avenue in Tyler, the NET Health Immunizations Clinic performs temperature checks of all our employees and all customers, to make sure everyone practices safe social distancing guidelines. Parents are strongly urged to please call us first to verify the status of your health insurance coverage.
When a family arrives, please call our main phone number before coming to our front entrance, so we can greet you and perform our safety check at the front entrance.
The NET Health Immunizations Clinic is open Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m., and 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
On Wednesdays, our hours are 8:00am – 11:00am and 1:00pm – 6:00pm.
Our phone number is (903) 510 - 5604, and you can email us at "".
Learn more about when and how to wash your hands, the importance of using soap and water, and what you can do if soap and clean, running water are not available, by viewing the below video created by the CDC. Click here to download Facts Sheets that you can download, print, and share with your family, friends, and coworkers.
If you have not been around anyone with CoronaVirus, or have not visited an area with an ongoing CoronaVirus outbreak, then you are not at risk.
Similar to our precautions for avoiding the flu, the best way to prevent infection from any respiratory illness is to wash your hands, cover your coughs, block your sneezes, and stay at home if you feel sick.
Respiratory illnesses such as the flu are most commonly spread from an infected person to others through:
Respiratory droplets released by coughing and sneezing
Learn more about the various types of the CoronaVirus and the possible ways of becoming infected by viewing the below video:
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What would our community look like if you did not have a public health department?
The Northeast Texas Public Health District serves a vital function for the citizens of Smith County & Northeast Texas.
The organization serves to prevent illness, promote health, and protect the community.