|Monday – Friday: 8 am to 5 pm||$10 per child||Your child must meet one of the following criteria to receive TVFC (Texas Vaccines for Children)|
|1st Monday of Month: 8 am to 6 pm||$15 per adult||
|Adult Flu Vaccine: $20 (while supplies last)||American Indian or Alaskan Native Adults *19 or older with NO health insurance coverage|
|No appointment necessary.|
|Residency not required.|
|For more information call 409-654-3645.|
Mary Alexander, RN
Immunization Nurse Coordinator
Office (409) 654-3625
Fax (409) 832-4175
Diphtheria/Tetanus/Pertussis (DTP and DTaP)
Varicella (Chicken Pox)
Health Services Preparedness Division
|Monday – Friday: 8 am to 5 pm||To report a reportable condition, call 409-839-4208.|
|(including after-hours and weekends)|
Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI) Clinic
|Monday – Friday: 8 am to 4 pm||$20||No appointment necessary.|
|No one will be denied for inability to pay.||Residency not required.|
|For more information, call 409-654-3674.|
|Monday – Friday: 8 am to 5 pm||No charge.||Call 409-654-3643 for appointment.|
|Residency requirement: North Jefferson County|
Be aware of the signs and symptoms of stroke, and how to prevent this devastating condition.
Frequent and proper hand washing is the best – and simplest – way to prevent the spread of cold and flu.
Quitting smoking is a great way to improve your health and the health of those around you.
Beat the Heat
Health Promotion provides health education presentations to community residents, individuals or groups with the aim of improving knowledge, attitudes, self-efficacy and individual capacity to change.
Educators are available with at least one week notice prior to desired engagement date.
- Health Services
- Healthy Dietary Practices (nutrition)/Choose My Plate
- Personal Hygiene
- Health Services Preparedness
- Sexually Transmitted Infections
- WIC Services
Community Health Fairs
The following services are available through health fairs:
- Stroke Awareness
- Public Health Preparedness
- Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs)/HIV Education
The department has printed materials available on a wide variety of health topics. Materials may be requested by calling or visiting the department.
On Referral Basis:
- CPR Classes
- Diabetes Education
- Cancer Prevention
- Heart Disease
- Home Safety
- Hypertension/High Blood Pressure
- Smoking Cessation
- Stress and Stress Related Illness
- Violence, Rape or Sexual Abuse
Monday – Thursday
7 am – 6 pm
7am – 5pm
Vital Statistics is the registration, preparation, transcription, collection, compilation, and preservation of data pertaining to births, acknowledgements of paternity, deaths, fetal deaths (stillbirths), and related data. We issue certified death certificates on individuals that died in the city of Beaumont and Precincts I and VI.
Certified Birth Certificate: $23
Certified death certificate – first copy: $21
Certified death certificate – each additional copy: $4
Notary Affidavit: $6 / $1 each additional signatureThere is a $25 customer service charge on all returned checks. Accepted payments are: cash, personal check, cashier’s check, credit/debit card, or money order with proper identification. Make checks payable to: Beaumont Health Services Department. Personal checks must contain pre-printed name and address. Two-party checks and checks greater than the amount of purchase will not be accepted.
All AMENDMENTS to birth certificates are processed through the State office in Austin and payable to the State Bureau of Vital Statistics.
Birth records are confidential records for the first 75 years after filing and death records are confidential for the first 25 years. These records may only be issued to a properly qualified applicant upon submission of a written application that fully identifies the records.
Adoption records are confidential forever and may only be opened upon order of the court which granted the adoption. These records are opened at the State Bureau of Vital Statistics.
Acknowledgment of Paternity Records
Paternity records are confidential. A certified copy may only be obtained through the State Bureau of Vital Statistics. Call the Vital Statistics office for more information.
A qualified applicant is the registrant, or an immediate family member (parent, grandparent, or sibling) either by blood or marriage, his or her guardian, or his or her legal agent or representative. Local, state, and federal law enforcement or governmental agencies and other persons may be designated as properly qualified applicants by demonstrating a direct and tangible interest in the record when the information in the record is necessary to implement a statutory provision or to protect a personal legal property right. This is demonstrated by written proof.