Schedule Your Vaccine Appointment

Washington has opened vaccine availability to all those over the age of 5. Regardless of citizenship or immigration status, all people should get vaccinated. 

Important note for minors: Pfizer is currently the only vaccine authorized for those 5 to 17 years of age. Anyone under the age of 18 must bring a parent or guardian to each of their vaccine appointments.

 

 


Schedule an Appointment

If you would like a COVID-19 vaccine, we encourage you to schedule online by clicking the links below

If you need assistance with the online scheduling platform please call 360-814-6300.

First Dose (12 and older)

Schedule your first COVID-19 vaccine if you are 12 or older here. Please note that SRH only administers Pfizer or Moderna vaccines and availability is dependent upon weekly shipments from the state of Washington. 

Second Dose (12 and older)

Schedule your second dose of Moderna or Pfizer. The recommended interval between doses is 21 days for Pfizer and 28 days for Moderna. However, up to 42 days between doses is permissible when a delay is unavoidable.

First Dose (5 - 11)

Schedule first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine for those 5 - 11 years of age. Please note Pfizer is the only COVID-19 vaccine approved for this age group. A parent or guardian must accompany you to your vaccine appointment.

Second Dose (5 - 11)

Schedule second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine for those 5 - 11 years of age. Please note Pfizer is the only COVID-19 vaccine approved for this age group. A parent or guardian must accompany you to your vaccine appointment.

Third Dose (Immunocompromised)

Schedule your third dose of Moderna or Pfizer if you are immunocompromised. There must be a minimum of 28 days between your second and third dose.

Booster Dose

Schedule your booster COVID-19 vaccine. Booster doses are only available for patients with have completed their primary COVID-19 vaccine.

Vaccine Appointment Locations

With the decrease in demand for COVID-19 vaccines, Skagit Regional Health has moved forward with plans to embed vaccines into existing primary care locations. SRH vaccine clinics have permanently closed effective Saturday, June 19.

The following SRH locations will have COVID-19 vaccine available by appointment:

COVID-19 Booster Update

Skagit Regional Health is offering Pfizer and Moderna booster appointments to those who are eligible. Patients must bring proof of vaccination to their appointment. Click here for an eligibility flow chart.

At least six months after receiving both doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna COVID-19 vaccine:

  • Adults age 50 and older, or those 18 and older living in a long-term care facility, should receive a booster dose, and
  • Those 18 through 49 may receive a booster dose.

Everyone 18 and older who received the single-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine should get a booster shot two months after getting vaccinated.

Please see above to schedule your appointment.

Updated 11/22/2021