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COVID-19 vaccine coming soon to ARC

ARC clinics are registered with the Texas Department of State Health Services to provide the COVID-19 vaccine when it becomes available. ARC continues to be very engaged locally and nationally around this topic. Like everyone else, we expect to receive a very limited number of doses of COVID-19 vaccine for first responders and frontline healthcare workers in late December or early next year. As we receive additional shipments throughout the year, we will expand vaccinations according to the Texas DSHS COVID-19 vaccine allocation and vaccination prioritization guidelines.

We will continue to update our patients as we receive further details. You’ll find up-to-date info and link in our COVID-19 FAQs. Read more …


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Missed an appointment, we have additional availability for you 

We hope you are well and your routines are returning to “normal” after the winter storms. If you missed an appointment due to February’s storm, some of our specialties and clinics have extended hours for your convenience. Take advantage of our additional availability for appointments. See what’s available and check back for updates.


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Save time and stay healthy by booking your ARC appointments online 

Most ARC specialties, from head to toe, are available to book online. With or without a MyChart account, we can help you book at appointment online from ARCappointments.com.


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Keep your ARC doc even if you’ve lost insurance 

You may qualify for a Special Enrollment Period to get covered through the Marketplace, Medicaid, or CHIP outside of the yearly Open Enrollment Period. See if you qualify at healthcare.gov.

Get the FAQs on insurance and COVID-19. Read more.