Become a Volunteer at Hill Country Covid Vaccine Site

Complete the form below to let us know you are interested in becoming a volunteer.


Volunteer Interest Form


From all of us at Hill Country Memorial, the medical community and community partners, we appreciate your willingness to become a volunteer.

By signing up to become a volunteer, you are not guaranteed a vaccine.

If you are interested in receiving a vaccine, please register through the vaccine portal by visiting and click on “Vaccine Registration” or call 830-990-6648.

See job descriptions below for opportunities. 


Vaccinators must be licensed clinicians or medical professionals such as:
  • Physicians
  • APRN’s
  • Dentist
  • Pharmacists
  • Physician Assistants
  • Nurses
  • Certified Medical Assistants
  • Paramedics
  • EMT’s

For further questions please email 

Vaccination Site Volunteer Opportunities

Traffic Control

  • Monitor facility entrance and verify the appointment.
  • Help direct and maintain traffic flow.


  • Verify temperature less than 99.4 degrees
  • Verify Schedule
  • Direct to open “green” table


  • Provide registration forms
  • File completed forms
  • Explain paperwork
  • Explain 2nd dose appointment time, verify date/ time is correct
  • Explain observation time


  • Verify Consent
  • Explain Procedure
  • Sign Consent and place in a folder.
  • Sign and re-explain 2nd dose appointment card
  • Explain 15-minute waiting time – note time on green card


  1. Community retired nurses who want to volunteer to give vaccines should apply for reactivation through the Texas Nurse Portal here:​ If they’ve not already established an account, the landing page provides instructions to do so before an application can be submitted.
  2. Community retired doctors who want to volunteer to give vaccines and need to reactivate their license please go to There is no charge for emergency reactivation of a retired license if the physician has been retire for 5 years or less.  The reactivation is for 6 months.

You will be contacted regarding requirements to give the vaccine


  • Monitor clock and 15 minute observation period


  • Input information into State database

Reservation Line

  • Answer phone calls and assist community members in making an online reservation.

Hill Country Memorial along with community partners Fredericksburg Chamber of Commerce, Hill Country University Center, and the Good Samaritan Center have been approved by the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) to establish a community vaccine distribution site. Vaccines will be administered following phasing guidelines from Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and Texas DSHS. Individuals are now able to sign up to receive a vaccine at the vaccination site, slated as the Hill Country University Center. Vaccines will be offered to community members following the phasing guidelines which is currently in Phase 1A and 1B. For updates on the current phasing, visit DSHS COVID-19 Vaccine Information.