Pre-vaccination registration

Thank you for your interest on the COVID-19 vaccine -  Here are the necessary steps to help you get scheduled: 

Phase 1a Tier 1, Phase 1b Tier 2, Phase 1a Tier 3:  

(click here to learn more about the distribution of the vaccine.)

  1. Complete the Pre-Vaccination Registration Form (page 1-2)

  2. Copy of insurance card (front/back) 

  3. Copy of ID card. 

  4. Email all information listed above to:

Once you have sent the email with all the necessary paperwork, please wait for our call to schedule your appointment. 

We will be offering appointments on Tuesdays and Wednesdays from:
•    9:00am – 11:30am and 1:00pm – 3:30pm (by appointment only) 


If you do not have access to a computer please call the office at (907)569-3600 to help you get paperwork. 

Billing: The COVID-19 vaccine is free of charge. Vaccine administration is charged to your insurance.

Day of appointment: Please come inside the building and wait outside in the main lobby near our door, the nurse will bring you in at the time of your appointment. We are in the southside of the building, have your ID ready and please come into the office wearing a mask. We do request for you to wear something to make your upper arm (left or right) easily accessible for injection. 

December 23rd 2020:

You may have heard that the Food and Drug Administration has approved emergency use of the first COVID-19 vaccines. 

Because the initial supply is very limited, the CDC is directing the first doses to certain high-risk health care personnel, as well as residents and workers in long-term care facilities. 

This means, in keeping with CDC recommendations, it is not being offered to the general public at this time. We will keep you updated on our website when the vaccine becomes available to broader groups.  

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.  

If you think you have been exposed to COVID‑19 and develop a fever and symptoms, such as cough or difficulty breathing, call your healthcare provider for medical advice.

For Life-Threatening Emergencies Call 911