Frequently Asked Questions:
We are scheduled to start receiving a limited supply of the vaccine in February 2021.
The vaccine is free for patients. Most insurance (included Medicare Part B) will pay us for the administration of the vaccine. The vaccine is shipped to us at no cost and we cannot sell the vaccine. All patients are eligible for the vaccine.
Second shot is recommended at 28 days from first dose.
See links below for more information on the potential vaccines.
Read the “Covid Prevacination Checklist” and sign the first page.
- Complete The “Covid 19 Screening and Consent form” sign and date
- Make sure to have a photo copy of the following:
- Driver License, State ID or Passport.
- Medical and Prescription Insurance Card.
- Prove of healthcare or frontline workers (professional license or employment document)
Please come on time and wear a face mask or face covering before entering the pharmacy.
In an effort to limit traffic in the pharmacy, please only come in at your appointment time.
We cannot reschedule your appointment. If you can’t make it we can’t promise you will be placed at the end of the waiting list.
If you are sick, DO NOT COME FOR YOUR APPOINTMENT.
You must test negative be symptom free for 2 weeks before receiving the vaccine. Additionally, if you received any type of Antibody Regime in the hospital, you must wait 90 days,
Sign-up with v-sage for check up after your shot at v-safe (cdc.gov)
- Report side effects to help everyone learn more about the vaccine. You can report post vaccination side effects at Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) (hhs.gov)
No, please do not call us to ask about the vaccine. We are getting hundreds of calls and it’s a strain on our staff. We will notify you when it is your turn to schedule an appointment.