Covid-19 Vaccine Clinics

VACCINES CURRENTLY AVAILABLE BY APPOINTMENT: MODERNA (18+), PFIZER (12+), PFIZER PEDIATRICS (5-11)

Pfizer pediatrics (5-11): Mon/Wed 3-4pm
Moderna boosters: Mon 130-330pm
Pfizer boosters: Mon/Wed 130-330pm, Tue/Thurs 400-430pm

NEW AVAILABILITY (1/9 at 800pm): Pfizer 12+ boosters 930-1200am Monday 1/10
Additional days/times may be offered (check our online scheduler below)

Vaccination Availability Update: Due to the large volume of calls, emails and inquiries for Covid vaccinations, we are unable to schedule new appointments, schedule changes or inquiries by phone. We are a small clinic facility. Please message via the online portal set-up with your registration. We will open additional appointments as available on a weekly basis. Thank you for calling or emailing at admin at docerecenter.com if you need to cancel your appointment.


SCHEDULE YOUR PFIZER PEDIATRIC (5-11) VACCINE NOW
SCHEDULE YOUR PFIZER BOOSTER VACCINE NOW
SCHEDULE YOUR MODERNA BOOSTER VACCINE NOW

Covid-19 Vaccination Availability

  • 1st/2nd dose series (Moderna 18+ or Pfizer 12+)
  • 3rd dose (Moderna 18+ or Pfizer 12+): for immunocompromised individuals
  • Booster (Pfizer or Moderna)
  • Pediatrics 12+ (Pfizer)
  • Pediatrics 5-11 (Pfizer – Vaccine Clinics ONLY)

Pediatric Vaccine Clinics (5-11 years)

The pediatric vaccine is different dosage than the 12+, so we are not able to accommodate non-vaccine clinic appointments at this time to prevent wastage. Vaccine vials provide 10 doses. We do not want to waste any. Please do NOT schedule during non-vaccine clinic times. All vaccine clinic dates are listed below and included in the appointment type. If you schedule during a non-vaccine clinic time, your appointment will be cancelled.

2nd doses are being held for all patients scheduled for 1st doses at our clinic. We will schedule additional 2nd dose vaccine clinics if you are not yet scheduled for the 2nd dose at 3-4 weeks post 1st dose.

Pfizer and Moderna boosters are available for parents and caregivers at the Pediatric Vaccine Clinics. Please register for a booster or add to wait-list and indicate that your child is scheduled for a Covid vaccine same day.

Teen and Adult Covid-19 Vaccinations (12 years – adult)

You do not need to be an established patient at our clinic. Appointments available for pediatrics 5-11 (Pfizer pediatric – in vaccine clinics ONLY), teens 12+ (Pfizer) AND adults 18+ (Moderna). Please state which vaccine you are scheduling for and bring your vaccine card if it’s your 2nd, 3rd or booster dose.

Scheduling is through our online scheduler. We are happy to provide vaccinations to all regardless of insurance coverage at NO COST to patient. Please do provide your insurance information to help us recover administrative costs.

We look forward to meeting you!

Covid-19 Booster Eligibility (Pfizer and Moderna)

  • Pfizer: Everyone 16+ that is 6 months post their 2nd dose (approval pending for 12-15)
  • Moderna: Everyone 18+ that is 6 months post their 2nd dose

FAQ (based on recent patient questions)

Q: When will children 5-11 be eligible for Covid vaccinations?
A: The FDA approved Pfizer Covid vaccinations for ages 5-11 on October 26th. The CDC panel will need to also approve and send plans to each State. This is scheduled for November 2nd or 3rd. We anticipate our first vaccine clinic to be held on Saturday November 6th. If shipping is delayed, we will need to reschedule November 6th to Saturday November 13th (same times as current scheduled times).

Q: I’ve previously had Covid. Do I have natural immunity? Should I still get vaccinated?
A: Unfortunately, long-term immunity is not acquired with natural Covid infection. Current findings is that there is some short-term immunity, however the science around this is still emerging. The current recommendation is to get Covid vaccinated after Covid infection as soon as able.

Q: I received monoclonal antibodies or convalescent plasma with recent Covid infection. How long do I need to wait to get vaccinated?
A: It is recommended to wait 90 days before getting your 1st Covid vaccination after receiving these treatments.

Q: Should I take Ivermectin?
A: No. Research does not support the use of Ivermectin for prevention or treatment of Covid. This medication could cause harm to your liver and is not effective at treating Covid disease.

Q: What is myocarditis?
A: Myocarditis is inflammation of the heart muscle. It is a condition that can be caused by various factors, more commonly viral infection. The symptoms of myocarditis include: chest pain, shortness of breath, and/or an abnormal heartbeat.

Q: What is the association between myocarditis and Covid-19 vaccinations?
A: There have been some very rare reports of individuals developing myocarditis following vaccination. It has occurred most often in males ages 12-29, most often after the second dose, and usually within a few days of vaccination. Of the cases that have occurred, the majority have been mild, treated with minimal intervention and rest.

Q: How should I balance the risk of myocarditis with vaccination?
A: Millions of doses of the COVID-19 mRNA vaccines have been given out, and of those, very few cases of myocarditis have developed. There were no cases of myocarditis in the 3,082 trial participants ages 5-11, though a higher number of participants will be needed to truly assess the rate. In contrast, COVID-19 infection can affect the heart, not only as part of MIS-C or potentially post-COVID sequalae, but also from having the infection itself. Physicians are more worried about the risk of heart damage from the infection than vaccination. Vaccination is effective at preventing serious illness, infection, and reinfection from the virus that causes COVID-19.

Covid Vaccination Sites (WA State)

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