Public Health - Services

Comal County Public Health (CCPH) is guided by a vision: a safe and healthy Comal County. Multidisciplinary professionals work together to achieve this focal mission. Currently, there are twelve full-time employees and one part-time team-member creating a team that delivers public health-focused services such as immunizations, epidemiology and surveillance, emergency preparedness, education, and some clinic services. Our staff works under the guidance and direction of the Comal County Medical Authority.


Adult/Child Health

Immunizations for all ages (Must qualify for Texas Vaccine For Children program)

Community Immunization Clinics – Call for details

Cross Blue Shield In-Network Provider for immunizations

Blood pressure monitoring

Public Health Promotion, health education, health fairs

Communicable disease investigation/control

Disease prevention

Women's Health:

Pregnancy test

Proof of pregnancy for Medicaid

Information and Labs:

HIV / AIDS information

Referrals for medical/social needs

Limited basic labs – Call for details

Proof of vaccine response(TITERS)

Sexually Transmitted Disease Education


Screening/testing for TB risk per DSHS HSR-8 guidelines


Sexually Transmitted Disease Education (call for treatment questions)

Accessibility to health information, pamphlets, and programs

Management and maintenance of immunization records of clients

Registration into ImmTrac, the Texas Immunization Registry

Emergency Preparedness Information and Planning

Monthly reportable disease information