Need To Get A COVID-19 Vaccination?

You Can Register at St. Joseph’s Hospital!



St. Joseph Hospital is not taking walk-ins for the COVID-19 vaccinations; however, they set up a website to sign up for an appointment to get one.

Here is information received from St. Joseph’s Health:

“Like many health care systems across the nation, St. Joseph Health has only received a limited supply of the COVID-19 vaccine to-date. Recently, St. Joseph was identified as a vaccine hub for the Brazos Valley area by the State of Texas, and we are in the process of scaling up our efforts to offer the vaccine.

St Joseph Health has teamed up with the Brazos County Community Emergency Operations Center to develop a large-scale community vaccine clinic to provide a greater number of COVID-19 vaccinations to the Brazos Valley. Leadership from across our communities, including healthcare organizations, businesses, and Texas A&M University, are helping to develop and operate this large-scale community vaccine clinic long-term to meet the demand.

To date, more than 30,000 individuals, most of the group that meets Phase 1-A and/or 1-B criteria, have signed up on our waitlist, indicating that they are ready to receive the vaccine. While we gear up for this community vaccine clinic, we also encourage you to contact your primary care provider to let them know you are interested in being vaccinated.

You must have a confirmed appointment to receive the vaccine. We know the need for the COVID-19 vaccine is great, and we are ready to meet that need for our community.

Your name will remain on the waiting list until you have been contacted by one of our staff members to schedule an appointment.”

Sign-up at St. Joseph Hospital!


For further information, contact Rhonda Raphael at or (979) 693-4403.