Upcoming Clinic Dates:
- Thursday, March 31 - Stanford- 10-12 PM @ City Hall- To register, clickHERE
- Tuesday, April 5 - Ryegate- 11-12 PM @ the school gym - To register, clickHERE
- Tuesday, April 5 - Harlowton- 2-4 PM @ the Faith Center - To register, clickHERE
- Tuesday, April 7 - Melstone- 11-12 PM @ the Community Center - To register, clickHERE
- Tuesday, April 7 - Roundup- 2-4 PM @ the Community Center - To register, clickHERE
- Thursday, February 22 - Stanford- 11-2 PM @ City Hall - To register, clickHERE
*Note: this is a tenative schedule and clinics are subject to change due to weather, unexpected scheduling conflicts, as well as availability of nursing staff and vaccine
All clinics are open to: Anyone who qualifies is welcome at any of our clinics, regardless of residence.
- Individuals 18+ interested in receiving their initial doses of either Moderna (1st or 2nd dose) or J&J (1st dose);
- Individuals interested in their Booster shots (Moderna or J&J); and
- Individuals who qualify for a 3rd FULL dose of Moderna
♦ "Booster" vs. "3rd Dose"- These terms are often used interchangably, yet they are different. The "3rd Dose" is a FULL dose, while the "Booster" is a ½ dose. The 3rd FULL dose is suggested for those severely immunocompromised and can be given as soon as 28 days after the 2nd dose (as always, it's a good idea to consult your doctor to know if this is the best option for you and/or how soon you should recieve this dose). The Booster shot (½ dose) is suggested for who don't qualify for a 3rd full dose and and received their last shot at least 6 mo. ago.
Registration: We prefer that people register online using PrepMod so we have an idea of how many people to expect. However, Walk-ins are welcome.
- We encourage everyone who can to register online at MTReadyClinic.org. This helps speed up the Check-In process upon arrival. However, people are also welcome to give us a call (535-3983) and we’d be happy to help them sign up.
- Insurance Information- If you have insurance, bring your insurance card (or a copy of it) to the clinic. If you have Medicare, that is the insurance card we will need, regardless if you have other supplemental insurance.
- Be sure to bring your COVID-19 Vaccination Record Card with you so we can updated it with your shots. If you've misplaced it, or forget to bring it, no worries. We can make you a new one.
For those registering online:
- There is an option of manually entering your insurance information, uploading a picture of the front and back of your insurance card, or leaving that portion blank. If you leave it blank, just be sure to bring your insurance card with you.
- You will need to provide an email address to register- this is what PrepMod uses to send you a confirmation of your appointment. If you didn’t get a conformation, check your “junk” folder, as it may have gone there instead.
- If no more appointment times are available, select the “add to waiting list” option and enter your information. We will be in contact with you when more appointments are made available.
Can't make it to a clinic? Contact our office- as additional clinics and/or appointment times are scheduled based on community need. We can schedule on-site clinics for businesses, Sr. Centers, or other groups as well! Shots are also available in our office (300 1st Ave. N, Lewistown MT) either after we return from clinics (if we have extra), as well as randomly throughout the week if we get enough people interested to justify opening a vial.
Helpful information about Clinics: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1GyUnYRAv0IWEP2BMKRK3hwUGE8JPAhjJue3y5CmI0KY/edit?usp=sharing
Vaccine Fact Sheets:
- Moderna, click here.
- Johnson & Johnson, click here.
CDC warning: Janssen COVID-19 Vaccine (Johnson & Johnson): Effective April 23, 2021, CDC and FDA recommend that use of the Janssen COVID-19 Vaccine resume in the United States. However, women younger than 50 years old should be made aware of a rare risk of blood clots with low platelets following vaccination and the availability of other COVID-19 vaccines where this risk has not been observed. https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/covid-19/index.html