VACCINES PENDING AVAILABILITY (NOT YET SHIPPED FROM STATE SUPPLY – NOT IN STOCK): MODERNA BOOSTER (XBB 23-24 BOOSTER) (6M-18Y), PFIZER BOOSTER (XBB 23-24 BOOSTER) (6M-18Y), NOVAVAX (12Y-ADULT)
VACCINES AVAILABLE NOW: PEDIATRIC ANNUAL FLU (6M-18Y), ROUTINE CHILDHOOD VACCINATIONS
Currently annual flu and routine childhood vaccinations are ONLY available to our established primary care patients while we await order/delivery process for new Covid boosters. We will schedule clinics open to the public as soon as we have available vaccine and staffing available.
**Note, we may not have adult Covid vaccines available AT ALL. Covid vaccines have moved to commercial from previous federal funding.**
SCHEDULE YOUR COVID, PEDIATRIC FLU OR CHILDHOOD VACCINE (UNAVAILABLE AT THIS TIME)
***If you do not have insurance, are underinsured or do not have and in-network insurance with us, you can attend one of our Go-Vax Kids events that are listed as “Open to public” at no-cost with free vaccines.***
IN-NETWORK INSURANCE: Premera, Lifewise, Regence, BCBS, Kaiser PPO (with FCHN coverage), FCHN/First Choice, Molina Apple Care, Molina Marketplace, Bridgespan.
We do NOT take Aetna, United, Tricare, Community Health Plan, Amerigroup, Kaiser Core.
COVID XBB BOOSTER (6m – 18 y): Pending delivery
ANNUAL FLU: For established patients, available with scheduled appointments. For flu vaccine only, will open flu vaccine clinic times effective week of 9/18.
CHILDHOOD VACCINATIONS (Infant – 18 y): HiB, DTaP, TdaP, Td, PCV20, IPV, MMR, Varicella, MenB, MCV, Hep B, Hep A, HPV
Covid-19 Vaccination Availability
- Moderna Primary Series and Boosters (6 months to 18 years)
- Pfizer Primary and Boosters (6 months to 18 years)
- Novavax Primary and Boosters* (12 years to years) *Boosters only approved for 18+
Routine Childhood Vaccination Availability
- Influenza (flu)
- PCV13 (will be transitioning to PCV20)
- IPV (polio)
- Hepatitis A
- Hepatitis B
- MCV (meningitis ACY)
- MenB (meningitis B)
Pediatric, Teen and Adult Vaccinations (6 months to 18 years)
You do not need to be an established patient at our clinic. Please state which vaccine you are scheduling for. We will submit this data to the State Immunization Registry and provide you a new Vaccine Booster card if you don’t bring a card.
Scheduling is through our online scheduler. You do not need to be an established patient to receive vacicnations at our clinic. Now that Covid vaccines are no longer funded federally, we can only provide in-clinic to those with in-network insurance. We host publicly funded clinics off-site to uninsured/underinsured at no-cost to communities in-need with Go-Vax Kids.
Covid-19 Updated XBB 2023-2024 Monovalent Booster Eligibility (Pfizer or Moderna)
- Children 6 months – 4 years old who are unvaccinated should complete a multidose initial series (2 doses of Moderna or 3 doses of Pfizer-BioNTech 2023-2024 COVID-19 vaccine)
- Children 6 months – 4 years old who were previously vaccinated are eligible to receive 1 or 2 doses of a 2023-2024 COVID-19 vaccine (timing and number of doses to administer depends on the previous COVID-19 vaccine/s received)
- Anyone aged 5 years and older regardless of previous vaccination is eligible to receive 1 dose of a 2023-2024 COVID-19 vaccine at least 2 months since the last dose of any COVID-19 vaccine.
Q: Am I eligible for an updated 2023-2024 Covid booster?
A: Anyone over the age of 5 is eligible to receive an updated booster as long as at least 2 months since their last dose of any Covid vaccine. Children 6 months – 5 years should still complete a multi-dose series if they haven’t previously.
Q: Why aren’t you continuing to offer Covid vaccines to adults?
A: Covid vaccines are no longer federally funded. This means that our clinic no longer receives the vaccines from government funded sources as they have move to commercial/private source. These vaccinations have to be purchased by a facility for use. At this time, without established billing codes and known insurance reimbursement rates, we are unable to continue our adult vaccine program as we are unable to anticipate adequate reimbursement to recoup our costs and pay our staff and facility.
Q: Why are you able to continue to provide Covid vaccines to kids? Given the changes as noted above.
A: Childhood Covid vaccines are being integrated into the Washington State Childhood Vaccine Program. This provides state-funded vaccinations to providers with continued ability for providers to bill insurance for administrative fees/costs. Now that they are no longer federally mandated to cover Covid vaccines, we are only able to accept in-network insurance for our vaccine clinics. We have off-site mobile clinics available to those who are uninsured/underinsured or otherwise have barriers to access.
Q: Can my child get routine vaccinations or “catch-up” vaccinations at your clinic even if they have a pediatric doctor elsewhere or no current doctor?
A: Yes. We are in-network with Premera, Lifewise, FCHN, Regence, most BCBS plans, Molina Applecare and Molina Marketplace. We will access your child’s WA State Immunization records (WAIIS). If you have additional vaccine records or vaccine cards, please bring them.