COVID-19 MODERNA VACCINE BOOSTER DOSES
Regarding the newest CDC recommendation, we will be offering The Moderna Booster to qualified Jamestown patients in the near future, until then ….Please continue to check the Jamestown website for the most up to date information, as we will continue to keep our patients updated in the evolving process.
JFHC is offering 3rd doses of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine to JFHC patients who meet the following clinical criteria:
Note: Many individuals may have underlying health conditions that put them at risk for serious COVID related illness. If you feel that your circumstances warrant a booster vaccine, but does not meet the above criteria, you may schedule a visit with your JFHC primary care provider or send a MyChart message requesting a review of your medical chart.
For non-JFHC patients looking for the 3rd dose Moderna, please follow the Vaccine finder link https://vaccinelocator.doh.wa.gov/ to find your nearest option or call Clallam County Department of Health Vaccine hotline at https://www.clallam.net/coronavirus/vaccine.html for further guidance.
For qualifying JFHC patients, you may schedule a 3rd Dose Moderna visit by:
The CDC recommends that those who had the Pfizer Covid vaccine get a booster dose for the following groups:
JFHC is not offering the Pfizer vaccine but there will be Pfizer vaccination dates announced soon the county public health department.
We continue to offer 1st and 2nd Moderna COVID-19 vaccines to anyone in Clallam County who is 18 years of age or older. If you have not yet been vaccinated, you may call Jamestown Family Health Clinic at 360-683-5900 to schedule your first dose.*
We schedule vaccinations on Fridays from 8:15am-4:00pm and during regularly scheduled appointments for current JFHC patients.
At Jamestown Family Health Clinic we are following local, state, CDC guidelines regarding COVID-19 vaccine exemptions. At present, the only medical exemption that we will write a letter in support of would be due to a documented anaphylactic allergy to the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine or someone with a documented anaphylactic allergy to a component of the COVID-19 vaccine.
We do not write religious exemption letters and if you feel you qualify for a religious exemption, please reference the WA Dept of Health website in the coming weeks for further guidance on this.
This is an evolving process and we will continue to update our patients as more information becomes available.
The clinic offers testing by appointment only to Jamestown patients; please call the main clinic phone number (360) 683-5900 and ask to be connected to the COVID Triage Nurse.
We do NOT providing pre-travel testing
*When coming to the clinic for your vaccine, please remember to wear a mask and bring your photo identification and insurance card. Be prepared to stay in the clinic for 15-30 minutes after the vaccine for monitoring.
Even after you are vaccinated, it is important to follow CDC-recommended safety measures in public, including masking, physical distancing and frequent hand washing. Together we can help reduce the spread of COVID 19 in our community.
The Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe owns and operates the Jamestown Family Health Clinic within in the City of Sequim, Washington. The clinic provides primary medical services to Tribal citizens and Non-tribal community members seeking quality healthcare. Our clinic is organized to offer a team-based approach; providing comprehensive, high-quality health care for our patients and our patients families
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