Pre-vaccination registration (Pfizer)

COVID-19 Vaccination Days currently available

(Click on any link below to go to PrepMod for registration)

***You may also get your flu vaccine at your appt - just ask when you arrive*** 

Tuesday, January 18th AM 9am-noon

Tuesday, January 18th PM 1pm-4pm

Thursday, January 20th AM 9am-noon

Thursday, January 20th PM 1pm-4pm

Tuesday, January 25th AM 9am-noon

Tuesday, January 25th PM 1pm-4pm

Tuesday, February 1st AM 9am-noon

Tuesday, February 1st PM 1pm-4pm

Tuesday, February 8th AM 9am-noon

Tuesday, February 8th PM 1pm-4pm

Thank you for your interest in the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine!

Everyone age 5 and older is now eligible for a vaccine in Alaska

✨PFIZER Booster shots have now been approved for all patients ages 16 and older

To register, simply choose your appointment day/time from the links posted above or search for us in the state's online signup system.  All of our clinics can be found by searching for "Elizabeth deSchweinitz MD".

 

If you do not have access to a computer, please call the COVID Vaccine Helpline at (907) 646-3322 to help you get registered for the day & time that works best for you. They will fill out form online while you are on the phone with them and they will submit it for you.  You will receive an email confirmation. The Helpline hours are M-F 9am-6:30pm and Sat/Sun 9am-4:30pm. 

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Billing: 

  • The COVID-19 vaccine is free of charge.

  • We will bill insurance for administration fee.

  • If you are uninsured you will be automatically enrolled in the HRSA COVID-19 uninsured program.

Day of appointment: Please come inside the building (we are located in the southside of the building) and wait in the atrium near our office. You do not need to call or knock to check in; we will come out to the atrium for you at the time of your appointment. Please bring photo ID, insurance card(s) and COVID-19 Vaccination card for shots 2 & 3. Guardians must attend appointment with minors.  Please wear a short-sleeved shirt which allows easy access to your shoulder-area without disrobing.

We encourage everyone to consider getting vaccinated when these vaccines are available because doing so is a key step in saving lives and ending the pandemic. We recognize this is a personal decision and that you may have questions about the vaccine.

Below you will find some educational resources to help you learn more:

Over the next few months, we urge everyone to continue wearing a mask, practice social distancing and wash your hands frequently.