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COVID-19 Vaccine Scheduling

Monday, May 10, 2021:

EIPH is now scheduling COVID-19 vaccination appointments for anyone aged 12 and older for the Pfizer vaccine and 18 and older for the Moderna and Johnson and Johnson vaccine.



Our appointment scheduling line is open Monday-Friday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm.

Click here for Parental Consent Form for Minor Vaccination (Spanish version)

Preparing for your Appointment
  • You will receive an appointment reminder call or text a couple days before your appointment.
  • Face coverings are required when attending your appointment.
  • Please wear a short-sleeved shirt to your appointment.
  • Take your photo ID.
  • If you have Medicare, take your red, white, and blue Medicare card with you—not your Medicare Advantage or supplement.
  • If you have other medical insurance, take your insurance card with you.
  • You will be provided with paperwork to fill out when you arrive.

What to Expect at your Vaccination Appointment

Printable Handout

  • You will receive a vaccination card that says which COVID-19 vaccine you were given as well as the date and location it was administered.
  • You should also receive a fact sheet with additional information about the COVID-19 vaccine you are getting. There are fact sheets for each COVID-19 vaccine with information about the risks and benefits of that particular vaccine.
  • Allow time to stay at the vaccination site for 15-30 minutes after getting vaccinated to make sure you don't have a reaction that needs medical attention.

After you Get Vaccinated

  • COVID-19 vaccines may cause mild to moderate reactions, including pain or swelling at the injection site, muscle pain, headaches, and mild to moderate fevers. These are normal signs the body is producing an immune response. You may report adverse events following vaccination at https://vaers.hhs.gov/ .
  • It takes time to build protection and immunity after getting a vaccine. A person is considered immune two weeks after receiving the second dose of COVID-19 vaccine.
  • If the vaccine you're getting requires two doses, you should get both doses unless a healthcare provider or doctor tells you not to.
  • If you have not received 2 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine and you have symptoms of COVID-19, you should get tested.
  • While scientists learn more about the protection that COVID-19 vaccines provide under real-life conditions, it is up to everyone, including vaccinated people, to continue to do all the other measures to help stop this pandemic: wear a mask, stay 6 feet apart from people who don't live in your home, wash your hands often, and stay home when you're sick.