In wake of Harvey, Paramount Rx helps cover cost of tetanus vaccines at H-E-B stores

Paramount Rx has teamed up with H-E-B to support the distribution of 2,500 tetanus vaccinations at no cost at H-E-B stores in areas hit hard by Hurricane Harvey. "Even as flood waters recede, leftover debris still pose a threat to those who have not received a tetanus booster in the last 10 years," said Ken Hammond, president of Paramount Rx.

Paramount Rx has teamed up with H-E-B to support the distribution of 2,500 tetanus vaccinations at no cost at H-E-B stores in areas hit hard by Hurricane Harvey. "Even as flood waters recede, leftover debris still pose a threat to those who have not received a tetanus booster in the last 10 years," said Ken Hammond, president of Paramount Rx. "As an organization dedicated to improving the health and wellbeing of our customers, we were grateful for the opportunity to collaborate with H-E-B to help protect Houston residents in the difficult months ahead." In response to the public health concerns associated with flooding after the hurricane, the PBM has contributed $75,000 to support the distribution of tetanus vaccinations in the Houston and Gulf Coast areas.