Our mission at Collin County Health Care Services is to protect and promote the health of the people of Collin County. We believe in the health of our community by providing quality, preventive Public Health Services to county residents. We recognize individual dignity, worth and respect the rights of all people. We are committed to continuous improvement
in patient care and we're always responsive to our community's needs. Our
patients are the center of our attention, and we're always seeking ways to
improve our services and the value that we bring to our community.
Disease prevention is the key to public health. We administer immunizations to children and adults.
Epidemiology & Surveillance
Tracking diseases and health conditions through county physicians, hospital, schools, the public, and other local, regional, and state health departments. Also, see
Perinatal Hepatitis B Prevention Program
Ensuring mothers, pregnant women and their sexual partners can get crucial testing and the Hepatitis B vaccine series for preventive measures.
Testing and X-ray referral services to patients who have been exposed or are at-risk of being exposed to the TB germ. We also offer treatment services to persons who have TB and need medication.
Our clinic provides comprehensive services for the screening, counseling, and treatment of sexually transmitted diseases. We strive to maintain the highest level of confidentiality in order to honor patients' rights to privacy.
WIC: Women, Infants & Children
WIC is a special supplemental food program that provides nutrition education and food vouchers for qualifying children and infants, as well as pregnant, breastfeeding, and post-partum women.
Collin County Indigent Program
This program provides health care services to qualified indigent citizens of Collin County. Proof of income and resources are required to determine eligibility. Contact us at 972-548-4702 for more information.
Primary Care Services (PrimaCare Program)
This program is a partnership between Collin County’s Health Care Services and Prima Care Medical Centers. This program is an option for families who earn less than 100% of the federal poverty guidelines and who are in need of primary or urgent care services.
Additional Health Care Assistance
Collin County helps fund non-profit health care providers and clinics throughout the area that offer a variety of health care needs from visual screenings for kids to prescription assistance to medical help for seniors. Eligible residents may apply for these benefits at the individual clinic locations listed.
Coast2Coast Rx Card
This is a free discount prescription card that provides annual savings up to 45 percent from most pharmacy chains. The
Prescription Discount Card Information page provides details on the program and tells you where to get it, on- and off-line.
Alert Collin County Health Care Services
Our newly developed Alert Collin County Health Care Services website allows county residents to directly communicate with the Health Department. The public can also obtain useful information regarding human rabies vaccination, notifiable conditions, and the latest health news.
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Collin County Health Care Services
Collin County McKinney Plaza Location
825 N. McDonald St., Suite 130
McKinney, TX 75069
972-424-1460 ext. 5500 (Metro)
Tuberculosis Clinic: 972-548-5514
Immunizations Clinic: 972-547-1812
Employee Health Clinic: 972-547-1823
STD Clinic: 972-547-1826
Indigent Program: 972-547-7268
Acceptable Payment Methods:
Collin County Health Care Services accepts cash, check, Visa and MasterCard.
Medical Providers (Hospitals and Doctor Offices):
To contact our Epidemiology Department or to report notifiable conditions, please call 972-548-4707.
Additional Links & Resources
University of North Texas Mental Health Study
Texas Healthcare Transformation & Quality Improvement Program