June 28, 2022
Protect yourself, your family and our community
Vaccination remains the best tool we have to help slow the spread of COVID-19.
COVID-19 vaccines at St. Peter’s Health
COVID-19 vaccines are available at St. Peter's to those who are established patients of a St. Peter’s Family Medicine/Primary Care provider AND who meet the eligibility requirements.
- Primary series doses: Available to established patients six months and older
- Please note: Only Moderna vaccines will be available to those age six months to six years through Friday, July 1. Both Moderna and Pfizer vaccines will be available for those six months to six years starting Tuesday, July 5.
- Booster doses: Available to established patients who meet eligibility criteria
Nurse visits are available by appointment during regular clinic hours to eligible, established patients who see a Family Medicine/Primary Care provider at our Broadway, North and Townsend* clinics. To schedule a nurse visit to receive a vaccine, contact your provider during regular clinic hours. Please see below for primary series, eligibility criteria and other important information.
*Please note: Vaccines for patients ages six months to five years are currently NOT available at the Townsend clinic.
COVID-19 vaccines in Lewis and Clark County
Clinics, pediatrician offices, pharmacies and other facilities throughout our community are offering the COVID-19 vaccine at locations across Lewis and Clark County.
Vaccine eligibility information
Everyone six months or older is eligible to receive the primary series of the free COVID-19 vaccine. It’s important to note that recommendations for how many doses (shots) each person receives and when they receive each dose varies depending on age, type of vaccine first received and time since the last dose. To get detailed information about primary series and booster doses by age group, visit this CDC webpage.
Boosters are currently not available for those under 5 years old.
You are eligible and should get a first booster (third dose) five months after your second dose of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine if:
- You are 5 years or older (Pfizer)
- You are 18 years or older (Moderna or Pfizer)
- If you are moderately or severely immunocompromised, click here for vaccine eligibility guidelines
You are eligible for a second booster (fourth dose) four months after your primary series of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine ONLY if:
- You are 50 years and older
- You are a moderately or severely immunocompromised individual 12 years or older (Pfizer)
- You are a moderately or severely immunocompromised individual 18 years or older (Moderna or Pfizer)
At this time, St. Peter's does NOT have Johnson & Johnson vaccine available and will NOT be administering booster doses of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine. Eligible individuals who originally received Johnson & Johnson can get either Pfizer or Moderna boosters at St. Peter’s. Click here to learn for vaccine information if you have received the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.
IMPORTANT! Vaccine information
Please read before coming in for your vaccine at St. Peter's.
- Photo ID if over age 18
- Your CDC vaccination card if it is your second or booster dose. This is required! Please call the public health department in your county of residence if you are missing or lost your COVID-19 card.
- Anyone aged six months to 17 years must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Age must be verified by parent or guardian at time of vaccination. Age documentation is not required.
- All COVID-19 precautions will be enforced, including masking
- Patients must stay for 15-30 minutes after vaccination for observation
- We ask that you wear loose fitting clothing so it is easy for our team to give you the shot
- If you are receiving your first dose at St. Peter's, we will schedule your second dose appointment at the time of your first vaccine
- Please do not walk-in for COVID-19 vaccination if you have COVID-19 OR are experiencing any COVID-19 symptoms
- Please call the public health department in your county of residence if you are missing or lost your COVID-19 card
- People must wait 90-days AFTER receiving a monoclonal antibody treatment for COVID-19 to receive a COVID-19 vaccine dose, including a booster dose
Important booster dose information
If you are eligible for a booster dose of the COVID-19 vaccine please note:
- We are not requiring documentation of your eligibility status. Instead, you just need to attest that you are eligible
- Please remember to bring your COVID-19 vaccination card