As part of our commitment to the communities we serve, MD Anderson is providing safe and effective COVID-19 vaccinations to the Houston community. You do not need to be a cancer patient or caregiver to be vaccinated at MD Anderson. You simply must meet the state’s eligibility criteria for vaccination.
Request a vaccine appointment
Vaccine appointments are available based on the vaccine supply we receive from the state. Complete this online form to request a vaccine appointment.
When vaccine clinics are available at our Texas Medical Center Campus, you will receive a text and email with a link to self-schedule a vaccine appointment time. Free parking is available in the attached parking garage and public transportation (METRO / METRORail) is available nearby. Walk-in appointments are not available.
For individuals age 12-17, the FDA has authorized only Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine at this time. Minors require a parent or adult guardian to accompany them to their vaccine appointment. If a parent or legal guardian is unable to accompany the minor, the minor must be accompanied by an adult and bring a consent form signed by their parent or adult guardian with them to their vaccination appointment. Download the consent form for minors for the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine in English or Spanish.
Children under 12 are not authorized to receive COVID-19 vaccines at this time.
MD Anderson patients: If you have received medical care from an MD Anderson doctor and have a medical record number, you should check MyChart for a self-scheduling invitation or contact your care team if you would like to get the vaccine at MD Anderson.
While vaccine supply remains limited nationwide, individuals should consider getting the vaccine wherever it is available to them. See COVID-19 vaccine availability in Texas.
Due to our response to COVID-19, all blood donations at MD Anderson
Blood Donor Center locations are being held by appointment only.