Wichita, Kansas 2021-02-23 10:46:59 –
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Wichita, Kansas (KSNW) – GraceMed Health Clinic has been named one of the 250 medical centers nationwide to receive direct COVID-19 vaccine, according to recent announcements from the US Department of Health and Resources and the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. I did.
GraceMed is a non-profit, federal-qualified health center
The clinic network already serves a patient base, including hard-to-reach populations
Including homeless, public housing residents, immigrants and seasonal agricultural workers,
People with limited English proficiency and the elderly aged 65 and over. The Community Health Center (CHC / SEK) in Southeastern Kansas was the only other health center of choice in Kansas.
One million doses of modelna vaccine have been assigned to 250 health centers
Selected. Moderna vaccination is given in two doses, the second is usually given 28 days after the first vaccination.
GraceMed follows state priorities regarding which population is eligible to receive.
vaccine. Vaccinated people are not and need not be restricted by the county’s place of residence.
Grace Med patient.
“For a while we wanted to reach out to the many people who called.
Venus Lee, CEO of GraceMed, said: “We are honored
And, like us, thank you for being chosen to serve our community during this crisis.
We will continue to provide drive-through testing.I hope the vaccine will be available
In the week of March 8th, you can start setting up your reservation before your arrival. “
Vaccinations are based on a state schedule to prioritize population.
For more information on currently vaccinated populations, please visit:
Reservations can be made by calling Grace Med at (316) 866-2000. Vaccination is free for patients at Helen Galloway Clinic, 1122 N. Topeka, Grace Med, Wichita.
GraceMed will also work with HealthCore to ensure that vaccines are delivered to the most vulnerable patients.
GraceMed receives federal authorization to give COVID-19 vaccinations Source link GraceMed receives federal authorization to give COVID-19 vaccinations