NOTICE: Please be advised that Clinic availability and/or the hours of operation are subject to change without notice due to the health department's activities related to COVID-19 and the needs within the Collin County community.
All Clinics are available by appointment only. Walk-in's will not be accepted, until further notice. Collin County Health Care Services appreciates your patience and understanding during this public health event.
Please remember to adhere to the currently
recommended safety procedures and continue to practice social distancing as recommended by the Center for Disease Control. Additional guidance may be found
Our mission at Collin County Health Care Services is to protect and promote the health of the people and communities of Collin County.
We strive to provide quality, preventive Public Health Services to county residents. We recognize individual dignity, worth and respect the rights of all people.
We are committed to the continuous improvement of our inpatient care and we're always responsive to our community's needs. We are always looking to improve the services and value we provide to our patients, who remain the center of our attention. Let's work towards a healthier Collin County together!
Collin County COVID-19 Information
Please visit Collin County's Coronavirus (COVID-19) Dashboard for the most recent hospitalization updates, or the Texas State Department of Health Services for all other COVID-19 statistics regarding Collin County. For information on COVID-19 testing
visit our Collin CARES page.
Questions about COVID-19,
please dial 2-1-1, then choose option 6, to contact the DSHS information line. Hours for assistance are 7 a.m.-8 p.m., 7 days per week.
Additional resources for Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19):
Mosquito Season 2022
Collin County residents, it's time to prepare yourself for mosquito season! Mosquito season typically lasts from spring and into the fall. While many view mosquitoes as nothing more than a nuisance, we are here to tell you that the mosquitoes living in and around your community come with risks that could impact your health.
Mosquitoes are known to spread:
The Mosquitoes that spread viruses bite during the day and night and live indoors and outdoors. But there are steps Collin County residents can take to help keep themselves and their loved ones safe during mosquito season.
How you can fight the bite:
- Use Insect Repellant
- Repellants should contain active ingredients such as -- DEET, picaridin, IR3535, oil of lemon eucalyptus, para-menthane-diol, or 2-undecanone.
- Wear long-sleeved shirts and long pants
- For extra protection, treat clothing with permethrin.
- Mosquito-proof your home
- Use screens on windows and doors. Use air conditioning if available. Keep mosquitoes from laying eggs in or near standing water.
Ways to protect babies and children:
- Always follow instructions when applying insect repellent to children.
- Do not use insect repellent on babies younger than 2 months old.
- Instead, dress your child in clothing that covers arms and legs.
- Cover strollers and baby carriers with mosquito netting
- Do not apply insect repellent onto a child's hands, eyes, mouth, cuts or irritated skin.
- Adults: spray insect repellent onto your hands and then apply to a child's face.
NOTICE: Please be advised that Clinic availability and/or the hours of operation are subject to change without notice due to the health department's activities related to COVID-19 and the needs within the Collin County community. All Clinics are available by appointment only. Walk-in's will not be accepted. Collin County Health Care Services appreciates your patience and understanding during this public health event.
Additional Health Care Assistance
Collin County helps fund non-profit health care providers and clinics throughout the area that offer various health care needs from visual screenings for kids to prescription assistance to medical help for seniors, and more. Eligible residents may apply for these benefits at the individual clinic locations listed.
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.
Epidemiology & Disease Reporting
Investigating and studying diseases and health conditions in Collin County through information reported to county physicians from hospitals, schools, the public, and other local, regional, and state health departments. Also, see Alert Us.
Disease prevention is the key to public health. We administer immunizations to children and adults.
Local Emergency Planning Committee
Please visit Collin County's LEPC program page for details on the Local Emergency Planning committee.
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.
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 need of primary or urgent care services.
Public Health Emergency Preparedness
The department of Public Health Emergency Preparedness works to prepare our community for natural and man-made disasters. Through the development of plans, training, and community involvement we make Collin County a safer place to live.
Public Information Requests
For public information requests, please review the Open Records Requests page and/or you may Email Us.
Our clinic provides comprehensive services for the screening, counseling, and treatment of sexually transmitted diseases for qualified residents of Collin County.
Substance Abuse Program
Collin County Substance Abuse Program shall provide professional alcohol and drug prevention and intervention services to all Collin County residents. These services shall include assessments, referrals, information, education, and all other related services.
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.
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 postpartum women.
We are here to serve you!
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.