We have updated our booking process to be fully completed through our scheduling software. If you cannot complete the forms online or need assistance booking your appointment, call the store at 717-263-0747 to make further arrangements.
Due to changes in storage requirements, we are now able to offer the Pfizer vaccine formulation for patients ages 12 and up. Second boosters are now authorized for Pfizer/Moderna but not for J&J–see the current recommendations listed below.
Johnson & Johnson booster:
This booster is recommended for those who are 18 and older and who were vaccinated two or more months ago. No additional requirements are needed for this population. Please note: at this time the FDA/CDC IS NOT recommending second boosters of the J&J vaccine.
Please note: there are different requirements and dosing between the different Moderna/Pfizer boosters and Moderna/Pfizer 3rd dose.
For individuals who received a primary Moderna/Pfizer series, ALL patients are eligible for a first booster at 5 months or more after their initial series. For immunocompromised patients as defined below, this window has been shortened to 3 months.
For individuals who received their first Moderna/Pfizer booster, a second booster is approved 4 months after their initial booster if they are:
- Over the age of 50 and/or
- have a qualifying immunocompromised condition listed below
Self-attesting to the of the conditions below or meeting the age requirement is required to receive a second booster and will be included in the intake questions.
Third (Additional) Dose:
Currently, CDC is recommending that moderately to severely immunocompromised people receive an additional primary dose. This includes people who have:
- Been receiving active cancer treatment for tumors or cancers of the blood
- Received an organ transplant and are taking medicine to suppress the immune system
- Received a stem cell transplant within the last 2 years or are taking medicine to suppress the immune system
- Moderate or severe primary immunodeficiency (such as DiGeorge syndrome, Wiskott-Aldrich syndrome)
- Advanced or untreated HIV infection
- Active treatment with high-dose corticosteroids or other drugs that may suppress your immune response
Self-attesting to one of the above conditions is required to receive an additional dose and will be included in the intake questions. If no underlying conditions are present, we will reschedule you for a booster dose instead.
FOR EITHER THE 1ST OR 2ND BOOSTER, PLEASE SELECT THE DESIRED VACCINE BOOSTER DOSE BELOW. You will select which booster dose you’re receiving in the eligibility section.
We are currently receiving vaccine through our federal partnership with CPESN/PPCN and in collaboration with other local pharmacies. We are grateful to be part of a clinically integrated network of pharmacies to continue to provide more services to our community!
Our primary point of contact will be via email so make sure to provide an email address that is checked regularly. If a follow up dose is needed, we will schedule the appointment while you are at the store. You will receive email reminders about your appointment as well as other pertinent information regarding the appointment and vaccine. Below are links to the Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) forms for all currently approved vaccines:
We have created a number of socially distanced vaccine administration sites in our pharmacy and are scheduling appointments simultaneously to manage traffic flow. Please wear clothing that provides easy accessibility to the injection site (upper arm or deltoid). Please arrive in time to enter the pharmacy at exactly the time of your appointment. We will administer the vaccine at the scheduled appointment time and you will be required to wait 15 minutes after your vaccine to monitor for any immediate allergic reactions. Schedule your appointment accordingly while keeping this information in mind.
Please follow the following CDC recommendations before receiving your vaccine to prevent adverse events:
Have a beverage or snack before getting your vaccine
Sit or lie down after receiving your vaccine
Breathe slowly and deeply before getting the vaccine and think of something relaxing