COVID-19 Vaccine Information

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COVID Vaccine Information

Here at Community Health Care, we want to assist all of our patients who want a vaccine for Coronavirus (COVID-19) with getting a vaccine.

We are currently offering Pfizer and Moderna vaccine at our vaccination locations. First, Second, Third and Booster doses are available at each location.

Unless otherwise noted our vaccine clinics are open to the community and current patients. We are able to provide vaccines for patients 5 years and older at this time. For patients 17 and younger the Pediatric Consent form must be completed by a parent or guardian before the appointment.

Days and hours that vaccines are available may vary based on the location.

If you are a Community Health Care patient, call your clinic to schedule a vaccine appointment, or ask if you can get your vaccine at your next regularly scheduled appointment.

You can find appointments for Pfizer (5 and older) and Moderna (18 and older) on the Washington State Vaccine Locator Page.

COVID Vaccines at Community Health Care

The Moderna and Pfizer vaccines are a 2 dose primary series vaccine. If you received your first dose with Community Health Care we will schedule you approximately 3 weeks later for Pfizer or 4 weeks later for Moderna. The second dose can be administered up to 6 weeks after your first dose. You will receive an email or phone call to confirm your second appointment. If you get your second dose or booster at another location, please contact us to cancel your next appointment.

Third Dose/Booster Doses may be any of the authorized vaccines.

  • Pfizer or Moderna Third dose recommended for moderately to severely immunocompromised people 28 days or later after second dose.
  • Pfizer or Moderna Booster dose is recommended at least 5 months after your second shot.
  • A second Booster dose is recommended 2 months after your first booster shot, or 3 months after a Covid-19 Infection.

Where Else Can I Get Vaccinated?

There are many organizations that are offering vaccines to eligible persons. The best place to start would be to contact your primary care provider to see if they are offering vaccinations. If they are not, go to the Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department webpage for a list of locations. You can also use the Washington State Department of Health Vaccine Locator. Many locations offer appointments or will take walk-in patients. If your preferred location is out of appointments, check back often, as more vaccines are becoming available all the time.

Vaccination Locations

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