Immunize El Paso to vaccinate children 12 and over starting Tuesday, May 11th

Monday afternoon, officials with Immunize El Paso announced that they would begin providing COVID-19 vaccinations to anyone 12 and older on Tuesday, May 11th.

“With the FDA announcement allowing the use of Pfizer vaccine for children 12 years of age and older, Immunize El Paso has immediately begun accepting new appointments with the expanded age range,” officials shared via a news release.

Each of Immunize El Paso’s three clinics will accept appointments and walk-ins throughout the coming weeks.

To pre-register, parents are encouraged to visit the Immunize El Paso webpage.


    • Eastside – 1580 George Dieter, Ste 103
    • San Juan – 6292 Trowbridge, 79905
    • Downtown – 513 W. San Antonio, Ste B  79901

Founded in 1995 by Jill Field, RN, Immunize El Paso was created to function as a clinic without walls – taking desperately needed immunization services into the community.

Immunize El Paso, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, is a healthcare resource for immunizations serving those who do not have a traditional medical home or are otherwise unable to obtain timely immunization.

IEP operates two brick and mortar clinics, housing half a dozen immunization outreach teams that canvass West Texas and Southern New Mexico.

For more information, click here or call 915-533-3414.