Patient Covid Vaccinations
Riverside Medical Clinic is working around the clock to help our community through this very difficult time. We are following all county advisements for vaccinations. Below is the information you need when you become eligible for the vaccine. Vaccinations will be given on an ongoing basis.
- We are currently administering Vaccines available to everyone.
- Riverside Medical Clinic patients must schedule through My Healthy Connection or call for an appt.
- Non-Riverside Medical Clinic patients must schedule through My-Turn.
- Pre-scheduled appointments are being offered based on vaccine availability.
- If you do not accept the appointment time offered, your appointment will be filled by the first person to confirm
- Your consent form must be signed and completed in full and brought to your FIRST APPOINTMENT ONLY in order to receive your vaccination. Simply click here to download and print.
- It is drive-thru only
- You will need to wait 15min before leaving, per CDC guidelines
Children 12 years of age and under
We are now offering the Pfizer COVID vaccine for childern 12 years of age and under at our Brockton COVID Vaccine Clinic starting Friday, November 12th. Patients (designees) have the option to self-schedule via My Healthy Connection. They may also use the State’s My Turn vaccine scheduling system if they do not have access to My Healthy Connection.
My Healthy Connection
Patients who are signed up for My Healthy Connection will receive a notification to schedule an appointment. If you are a patient and are not signed up for My Healthy Connection you may do so now. Simply click this link and follow the prompts.
Moderna Vaccine Information
If you would like to know more about the Moderna vaccine, this flyer will help.
Moderna Booster does not require a 15 minute wait period after receiving vaccine.
Pfizer Vaccine Information
If you would like to know more about the Pfizer vaccine, this flyer will help.
Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Information
If you would like to know more about the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, this flyer will help.
What To Expect After Receiving Your Vaccination
To learn more about what to expect after receiving your vaccination this flyer will be of assistance to you. Click this link to view and or download.
By signing up with V-Safe you will help the CDC with information regarding possible side-effects, as well as receive notifications when your second dose is due. Visit www.cdc.gov/vsafe to sign up now.
Everyone can play a part to slow the spread of Covid-19. Remember these three easy steps.
Current Vaccination Tier Information (this information is subject to change):
The California Department of Public Health (CDPH) has identified phases for the vaccine distribution. California is currently vaccinating approximately 3 million health care workers and people who live in long-term care facilities. Recently added to the priority list are those 65 years and older, teachers and first responders.
The scheduling of COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics depends upon vaccine availability.
Frequently Asked Questions regarding the Covid-19 vaccine:
Q: Is there a vaccine for Covid-19?
A: Yes, there are currently three approved vaccines by the FDA. Moderna, Johnson & Johnson & Pfizer are the manufacturers.
Q: Is it possible to have an allergic reaction to the vaccine?
A: Yes. Any vaccine or drug may cause an allergic reaction. Severe reactions are very rare with the vaccine. If you have a history of severe allergies please speak with your health care provider before receiving the vaccine.
Q: Is it possible for me to contract Covid-19 from the vaccine?
A: No. The vaccine is not a live virus. Any mild reactions, including fever, chills and body aches are a sign that your body’s immune system is reacting positively to the protection from the disease.
Q: Even after having the vaccines will I still need to social distance and wear a mask?
A: Yes. We are still learning about the virus. Until herd immunity is reached with widespread immunization, social distancing, wearing face masks and routinely washing your hands will still be necessary.
Q: How many shots do I need?
A: Both of the currently approved vaccines require two shots to be given within a few weeks apart.
Q: Are the vaccines safe?
A: Yes. No steps were skipped in the production of the approved vaccines. They were tested in clinical trials all over the world.