Coronavirus (COVID-19) Updates Updated: 10/05/2021 at 8:35am

COVID-19 Vaccine

Electra Hospital District is providing COVID-19 vaccinations through our three clinics – Electra Medical Clinic, Iowa Park Clinic and Park Clinic. If you would like to receive the vaccine, please contact one of those locations for an appointment. In order to receive the vaccine, you must complete the following steps:

  1. Download the “COVID-19 Vaccination Documents”.
  2. Read the Fact Sheets for the Moderna, Pfizer, and Janssen (Johnson & Johnson) vaccines. We may receive shipments of any of these vaccines.
  3. Fill out the “IMMTrac2” and “COVID Consent” forms. The ImmTrac2 form must contain your mothers first and maiden names regardless of your age.
  4. Return forms and current insurance information to the Electra Medical Clinic, Iowa Park Clinic or Park Clinic. Forms may be returned by email, fax, mail, or in person to:
    Email: vaccine@electrahospital.com. You will receive an automated confirmation.
    Fax: Electra Medical Clinic at 940-495-3171
    Iowa Park Clinic at 940-592-4820
    Park Clinic at 940-592-4842
    You will receive a call within 24 hours to confirm receipt.
    Mail: Electra Hospital District
    PO Box 1112
    Electra, TX 76360
    Please allow up to one week from date of mailing to receive a confirmation call.
    In Person: Electra Medial Clinic, 1207 S Bailey St, Electra, TX 76360
    Iowa Park Clinic, 405 SW Access Rd, Iowa Park, TX 76367
    Park Clinic, 310 W Alameda St, Iowa Park, TX 76367
Click to download the "COVID-19 Vaccination Documents"
COVID-19 Vaccination Documents

COVID-19 Boosters

The CDC has approved a third dose of the Pfizer vaccine for certain individuals if it has been at least six months since the completion of the initial 2-dose series. If you qualify and would like to receive the booster, please complete this form and call one of our clinics for an appointment.

COVID-19 Booster shots are not yet available to the general public. Please see the CDC website for detailed information.

Should the CDC and ACIP recommend booster doses for the general public, we will make them available following their guidelines.