Please see our available vaccines below: we have both bivalent boosters as well as the Novavax vaccine that can be used as a primary series or a first booster.
We are slowly phasing out some monovalent primary series vaccines–if you don’t see the vaccine listed below we no longer offer it.
If you need assistance booking your appointment or don’t see a convenient time slot listed for the type of vaccine needed, please call the store at 717-263-0747 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to make further arrangements.
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