Vaccine Information

CommUnityCare is offering COVID vaccines to both patients and no patients at this time. It is our goal to get as many people vaccinated as possible, so if you have NOT been vaccinated, please consider coming to one of our locations to do so. 

Patients

We are actively reaching out to our patients to get them scheduled for an appointment, however if you have NOT received notice from us, you can get a vaccine by one of the following methods: 

  • You can download MyChart by clicking HERE and making an appointment (MY CHART IS FOR PATIENTS ONLY). 
  • or you can walk in at any of the locations below, no appointment is required and we offer both the Moderna & Pfizer vaccines:  

North Central Vaccine Clinic 

1210 W Braker Lane

Monday-Friday 8am-4:30pm (*Last patient will be seen at 4:15pm)

Southeast Health & Wellness Center Vaccine Clinic

2901 Montopolis Drive

Monday-Friday 8am-4:30pm (*Last patient will be seen at 4:15pm)

Rosewood Zaragosa Vaccine Clinic 

2802 Webberville Road

Monday-Friday from 7am-3pm

As always please remember to wear a mask when coming to any of our CommUnityCare Health Centers and vaccine sites.

Non Patients

We have vaccines available to non patients at the the locations listed above. No appointment is required, you can walk in any time during the hours of operation. To download a list of all our vaccine clinics, click below. 


Vaccine Locations Flyer


Vaccine Information/Education-Facts


COVID-19 vaccines are safe. The U.S. vaccine safety system ensures that all vaccines are safe. All approved COVID-19 vaccines go through testing and clinical trials before they are approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for distribution.

The vaccine cannot give you COVID-19. The vaccine does not include the live virus that causes COVID-19. Sometimes the vaccine can cause mild symptoms like pain where you get the shot, fever, chills, headaches or make you feel tired. These symptoms are normal and are a sign that your body is building immunity.

Everyone needs the vaccine – even if you’ve had COVID-19 because the length of immunity is still unknown. 

How does the vaccine work? A vaccine prepares your immune system so your body will be ready to fight the virus in case you are exposed. Depending on the vaccine you receive, a second dose is required in 2 - 3 weeks. You will receive a reminder to schedule a second vaccine the same way you received your confirmation about the first dose. The Johnson & Johnson vaccine does not require a second dose. 

*For more information on vaccines click HERE