On Line Appointments FAQ(Frequently Asked Questions)

Please use Washington Phase Finder to help you determine when you may qualify for Covid-19 vaccine.  It can be found at:

Phase Finder:

Also the following guidelines may help you determine the current selection criteria.

Phase 1a –

Tier 1 Groups:

• High-risk workers in health care settings (clinical judgment should be applied to identify who is at greatest risk using the guidance below)

• High-risk first responders (clinical judgment should be applied to identify who is at greatest risk using the guidance below)

• Residents and staff of nursing homes, assisted living facilities, and other community-based, congregate living settings where most individuals over 65 years of age are receiving care, supervision, or assistance

Tier 2 Groups:

• All other workers at risk in health care settings

 

Phase 1b –

Tier 1 Groups:

• All people 65 years and older

• People 50 years and older in multigenerational households

Tier 2 Groups:

• High-risk critical workers 50 years and older who work in certain congregate settings

Tier 3 Groups:

• People 16 years and older with 2 or more co-morbidities or underlying conditions

Tier 4 Groups:

• High risk critical workers under age 50 in certain congregate settings

• People (residents, staff, volunteers) in congregate living settings (e.g., correction facilities, prisons, jails, detention centers; group homes for people with disabilities) and people experiencing homelessness that access services or live in congregate settings (e.g., shelters, temporary housing)

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We now have online appointments for our vaccinations and other services.  For Vaccinations pick the one you want and you will be prompted to another page to pick the dates and times.  We have limits on how far in the future you can book, so you will ONLY be given choices for services, times and dates available.  

You will be asked if you are not a current patient of Lopez Island Pharmacy near the end of the process and you will be directed to a “New Patient” form for you to fill out, you will also be able to enter your insurance information in this form.

After you make your appointment you will receive a confirmation email, within this email is a link IF you need to change or cancel your appointment.  Again we have a time limit on how late you can change or cancel an appointment.  Remember you can always call us, 360-468-2616 Opt 3.

 

 

 

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