Improve the access and provision of preventive health services for Medicaid and low-income uninsured population in the El Paso and Hudspeth counties
The Medicaid Waiver Program assists the undeserved community with access to preventive health services to improve health and overall well-being. The program provides vaccinations, cancer screenings, adolescent dental care, teen health education, and other preventive services. To serve the community, the program also collaborates with local organizations, universities, and other healthcare providers by participating in outreach events to reach its targeted population.
Program Location 5115 El Paso Drive El Paso, TX 79905 (915) 208-2624 (-temporary-)
Hours of Operation Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
For information on any of the following services call (915) 212-6606
Cancer Screening Services
Dental Checkups at Rawlings Pediatric Dental Clinic and Mobile Dental Unit
Glucose, Body Mass Index, and Blood Pressure Checks
Teen Health Referrals
The Department of Public Health encourages individuals to make their mental health a priority. The Medicaid Waiver program has trained staff to provide mental health resources to the community that include:
Use our interactive map to find a mental health treatment near you.
The Vaccinations for Health program is a collaboration between the El Paso Fire Department and the El Paso Department of Public Health to provide preventative health care to the uninsured and/or Medicaid who are 50 years or older.
Health Screenings and Flu Vaccinations to Anyone 18 Years and Older
Flu Vaccine Safety Information
Pneumococcal vaccine to anyone 65 years and up and/or individuals between 19-64 with an underlying health condition that provide a physician RX for its administration. Underlying health conditions include:
ColoCARE (Colorectal Cancer Screening) for Men and Women 50 years and Older
Colorectal Care Info
ColoCARE® – Instruction Sheet