VACCINES CURRENTLY AVAILABLE: MODERNA (18+) AND PFIZER (12+)
We currently have appointments available for 1st/2nd/3rd dose and boosters.
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 only)
Appointments including same-day appointments available Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays.
Would you like to receive your Covid-19 vaccination in a small physician clinic? Do you have questions about Covid vaccination that you would like answered by a provider? We are happy to help and accommodate you. We support your informed decision and understand that there are questions for many that have not chosen to pursue vaccination yet at this time. Let’s talk!
You do not need to be an established patient at our clinic. Appointments available for 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. We will schedule your 2nd dose at your 1st dose appointment. To avoid vaccine wastage, please CALL 206-706-0306 or message through the patient portal if you will be unable to keep your appointment.
Scheduling is through our online scheduler or by phone. Registration must be completed through the online scheduler (with exception of walk-ins). All forms will be provided electronically. 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
- >65 years of age
- 18+ and live in a long-term care setting
- 50-65 years of age with certain underlying medical conditions
- 18-49 years of age with high risk of severe Covid disease if infected
- 18-64 years of age with high risk of occupational or institutional exposure
FAQ (based on recent patient questions)
Q: When will children 5-11 be eligible for Covid vaccinations?
A: Pfizer is submitting clinical trial data to the FDA for review. More information will be available soon.
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.