25 May COVID-19 Vaccination Appointments Available to OMP Patients
Olympic Medical Physicians (OMP) is now offering Pfizer COVID-19 vaccines to OMP patients.
Beginning May 27, OMP will be administering Pfizer vaccine by appointment only through Olympic Medical Center’s COVID-19 drive-thru testing site in the parking lot immediately west of the OMP Administration office at 1035 Caroline Street in Port Angeles. Appointments will be offered Wednesday and Thursdays for any OMP patient 12 years of age or older. The vaccine is at no cost to the patient; insurance, if applicable, will be billed if available.
To make an appointment, OMP patients can call (360) 565-0999.
Consent forms can be completed prior to, or at the time of, the appointment. Please note, a parent or legal guardian of a minor (12-17 years of age) must complete and sign a consent form.
After vaccination, patients can expect to remain in their car for 15-to-30 minutes, based on their health conditions, to observe for rare but potential reactions.
Olympic Medical Center recently completed its last of 12 community mass vaccination clinics on May 22. OMC supplied staffing and supply of the Pfizer vaccine in administering approximately 11,000 doses of the COVID vaccine to Clallam County residents, including OMC employees, over the last four months.
Jamestown Family Health Clinic and North Olympic Healthcare Network are also offering access to the COVID-19 vaccine to their respective patients. If you are not a patient of OMP, Jamestown Family Health Clinic or NOHN and would like to obtain a COVID vaccine, find an appointment near you by visiting vaccinelocator.doh.wa.gov/ or by calling 1-833-829-4357.