WHO: Anyone 16 years and older who needs their first COVID vaccine

WHAT: North Texas Area Community Health Centers (NTACHC) offers 500 first dose Pfizer vaccines at its Northside location for anyone 16 years and up who needs it. People need to bring a photo ID and insurance, if they have it.

With two centers in Fort Worth and one in Arlington, NTACHC has been vaccinating its patients based on federal guidelines and is pleased to be able to offer doses to many in the neighborhoods where they are located—often medically underserved—as well as the Tarrant County community. NTACHC’s mission is to improve health and wellness through accessible, compassionate and quality healthcare services for all regardless of ability to pay.

2332 Beverly Hills Dr.
Fort Worth, TX 76114

WHEN: 8 a.m.-12 noon, Saturday, April 17, 2021 and Saturday, April 24, 2021

NTACHC recently created these two videos to let the public know that the vaccines are safe.
English: https://youtu.be/oIldUNMcjHw
Spanish: https://youtu.be/ack6jR5zO3Q

About North Texas Area Community Health Centers:
A nonprofit organization, North Texas Area Community Health Centers are a community family medical practice that offers a full-range of primary and preventative healthcare services to patients throughout Tarrant County. In 2002, NTACHC was founded as a federally qualified health center to provide high quality medical services, to serve as a safety net for the lower-income population, and to help successfully address health disparities in the community. Open to all, NTACHC has three community-centered medical homes: Northside Community Health Center, Southeast Community Health Center and Arlington Community Health Center. For more information, visit https://ntachc.org/ or call 817-625-4254.

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