You must make an appointment to get a vaccine. Appointments available Monday through Friday only. Appointments become available at midnight and fill up quickly. The vaccine requires two doses. You will schedule your second dose before leaving your first appointment…. More
The two available vaccines train our immune systems to make antibodies to the coronavirus spike proteins. This is similar to what would happen when we are exposed to COVID but – importantly – the vaccines work without making us sick… More
According to Dr. Fauci, Director of the NIAD, getting vaccinated doesn’t give you a free pass to resume your pre-pandemic life. No vaccine guarantees perfect immunity against a virus. However, it does offer the chance to broaden the activities you… More
It is too soon to know how long a vaccine will last. It is currently being researched. From initial studies, the immunity granted by the vaccines last longer than the immunity granted by the disease.
Yes, the COVID-19 vaccine is effective. Clinical trials have shown that the Moderna vaccine reaches 94% effectiveness two weeks after the second dose, and the Pfizer vaccine reaches 95% effectiveness one week after the second dose.
Advances in technology allowed the rapid development of this vaccine. The safety process that vaccines go under was not “rushed.”
Physicians Immediate Care primarily offers the Moderna vaccine. Depending on the clinic location or availability, we may offer the Pfizer vaccine instead. Both of these vaccines require 2 doses to be fully effective.
Bring your health insurance card. Your insurance will be billed at no cost to you. You do not need to be insured to receive the vaccine. If you have Medicare, please bring your original Medicare Card.
Updated 2/14/21 Beginning Monday, February 15th, we now have a limited supply of the COVID-19 vaccine at select locations. With our enhanced health and safety protocols in place, you can visit our clinics to receive your vaccination safely in accordance… More