Scheduling Moderna and Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccinations

  • Currently we have Moderna for any person over the age of 18.
  • Currently we are scheduling for Pfizer for age 12 and up.
  • Currently we have limited Pfizer for ages 5-11 and have a waitlist when full.

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Who is eligible?

Everyone 18 years and older are eligible for a Moderna mRNA Vaccine per WA STATE DOH Guidelines. Everyone 5 years and older is eligible for Pfizer mRNA vaccine. You do not need to be our primary care patient. We are vaccinating anyone who is eligible as the schedule allows.

**If you are 65 years old or older, in a healthcare or other high risk profession or living facility, or immunocompromised AND received the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine more than 6 months ago; you are eligible for a booster. Anyone who received Johnson and Johnson more than 2 months ago may get any booster.
**You may get a booster with a different vaccine than your first series. For details see the CDC update.

What is the Cost?

There is zero cost to you as the patient whether you have insurance or no insurance. However, to cover the costs of maintaining, administering, and reporting the vaccine usage to the DOH and CDC, GPC will bill your insurance (Private, Medicaid, or Medicare) or use the uninsured portal to cover our providers and clinics time to administer. As a small privately held small business we rely on these funds to pay our staff to support the public health and DOH guidance to administer the vaccine.

What if I have more questions?

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What should I bring to my appointment?

  • Please complete your online registration prior to your appointment.
  • Please arrive 5 minutes early.
  • You must wear a mask or will be given one while in our office.
  • If you have insurance, please bring your insurance card. You do NOT need to have insurance to get a Covid vaccine.
  • Expect to wait 15 minutes after the vaccine for typical observation time; 30 minutes if any history of anaphylactic reactions.