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Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) and Vaccine Information




Midland Health's Bivalent (Omicron) Booster Vaccine Clinic - Ages 12 and Older

Midland Health is hosting a Bivalent Booster Vaccine Clinic on September 28, 2022 from 1:30 - 3:30 p.m. at the F. Marie Hall Outpatient Center. This clinic is for patients 12 years and older who have already received the primary series. This clinic is for the Pfizer COVID-19 Bivalent Booster ONLY, not the primary series. Recipients of the Pfizer COVID-19 Bivalent Booster must have received their last dose (including first or second booster) at least 2 months prior to being eligible for the Bivalent Booster. 
You MUST bring your CDC COVID-19 vaccination card showing at least 2 completed doses to receive the vaccine. Pre-registration and appointment required!

Schedule your appointment to receive the Bivalent Booster Vaccine on September 28, 2022

Registration Form (English)
Registration Form (Spanish) 

Before Your Appointment: 

  • Registration, consent, and signature on file combination form must be completed and brought to your appointment.
  • No money will be collected from ANY patient.
  •  An “Administration Fee” will be charged direct to your insurance, if applicable.  Please provide your insurance information on the registration form.
  • Please read the EUA Fact Sheet prior to your appointment.

 

Schedule Your Bivalent Booster with Midland Health
COVID-19 Vaccine FAQs



Coronavirus 2019 Resources


If you think you might have been exposed or are experiencing symptoms, please:

  1. Self-Isolate
  2. Call your Primary Care physician or 68NURSE
  3. DO NOT go to an Urgent Care Center or the hospital ER for treatment or testing

To view Midland Health Visitation Policy click here. To view Midland Memorial Hospital's Masking Guidelines click here.
To make an online COVID-19 donation to the Midland Memorial Foundation, click here.


To thank a Midland Health hero, click here


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