Getting Your COVID-19 Vaccine at PeaceHealth in Washington

Latest updates:

  • Friday, May 14: As of May 13, the Pfizer vaccine has been given emergency use authorization for children aged 12 and older. PeaceHealth is now offering vaccines for that age group at our Bellingham, Vancouver and Longview locations. Please note that parents of minor patients, 17 years of age and younger, must provide consent to PeaceHealth for vaccination.
  • Tuesday, May 11: The FDA’s approval on May 10 of the Pfizer vaccine for children ages 12 to 15 was the first step in a series of necessary approvals before we can begin to schedule and distribute the vaccine to that age group. As soon as we receive final approval (possibly in the next several days), we will make appointments available. Please check back, and thank you for your patience.
  • Monday, May 10: Vaccine allocation updates for Bellingham, Lyden, Friday Harbor, Sedro-Woolley, Burlington, Longview, Woodland, Vancouver and Camas 
  • Monday, May 10: Walk-in appointments now available in Longview, Vancouver and Bellingham. 

Quick links:

Washington is currently vaccinating for:
 

Vaccines are available to everyone 12 and older.

Get more information on the Washington Department of Health website.


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Now available in Bellingham, Longview and Vancouver for all eligible residents.

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Vaccines administered at PeaceHealth in Washington:

Total: 124,819

Dose 1: 68,660

Dose 2: 56,159

As of 4/30/2021

Eligibility and scheduling

COVID-19 vaccine eligibility

COVID-19 vaccines are available to everyone 12 and older. The Pfizer vaccine has been given emergency use authorization for people 12 years old and older. The Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccines have been given emergency use authorization for people 18 years old and older. Select your community below to learn more about which vaccines are available near you.

COVID-19 vaccine scheduling

PeaceHealth is offering vaccines appointments in several ways, including walk-in appointments, online scheduling, and notification and scheduling through the My PeaceHealth patient portal. Please select your community below for more details. PeaceHealth will not schedule appointments until we know how many doses we’ll receive from the state for the upcoming week. Your appointment for your second dose will be made during your first dose appointment.

Please note: Masks are still required in all PeaceHealth facilities. The recently updated mask guidelines from the CDC do NOT apply to healthcare settings. 

What to know for your community

Weekly allocation plan

Week of May 9-15:

  • Vaccine supply. PeaceHealth will distribute 1,600 primary, or first, doses of the Pfizer vaccine this week and 3,000 booster, or second, doses.
  • Who we are vaccinating right now. As of of May 13, the Pfizer vaccine has been given emergency use authorization for children aged 12 and older. PeaceHealth is now offering vaccines for that age group. Please note that parents of minor patients, 17 years of age and younger, must provide consent to PeaceHealth for vaccination.
    PeaceHealth’s vaccine clinic is located at the Health Education Center on the PeaceHealth St. Joseph campus. No affiliation with PeaceHealth is required.
  • How to schedule an appointment. Go to PeaceHealth COVID-19 Online Scheduling. Check back periodically as appointments will open throughout the week. Alternatively, you can call 833-375-0285 between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. This phone line does not allow the caller to leave a message. Appointments are preferred, but walk-ins are now accepted at the clinic. Just drop by Tuesday-Friday, 10 a.m.-1 p.m., or 2-5 p.m. Bring your ID for registration. No affiliation with PeaceHealth is required. If you need to cancel your appointment, please call 833-375-0285. Thank you.
  • What's next. PeaceHealth plans to continue to scale its vaccine distribution to community demand.

Weekly allocation plan

Week of May 9-15:

  • Vaccine supply. PeaceHealth Peace Island will distribute 50 prime, or first, doses of the Moderna vaccine at a clinic on Thursday, May 13. There are no booster doses available this week.
  • Who we are vaccinating right now. People aged 18 and above will be offered appointments through the PeaceHealth patient portal; alternatively you can call 360-378-1702 to schedule (or cancel) an appointment. Leave a message and someone will return your call. No affiliation with PeaceHealth is required.

Weekly allocation plan

Week of May 9-15:

  • Vaccine supply. PeaceHealth will administer 65 booster, or second, doses of the Moderna vaccine at a clinic on Tuesday, May 11, and 100 prime, or first, doses only on Thursday, May 13.
  • Who we are vaccinating right now. All individuals aged 16 and older are eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine in the state of Washington, however, note that the vaccine clinic at PeaceHealth’s Sedro-Woolley clinic only receives the Moderna vaccine, which has been approved by the FDA for use only in individuals 18 years of age and older. Appointments are offered through the PeaceHealth patient portal or by calling 833-375-0287, Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. to schedule an appointment. This phone line does not accept messages. No affiliation with PeaceHealth is required. If you need to cancel your appointment, please call 833-375-0287. Thank you.
  • If you or someone in your household is 16 or 17 years of age, you are welcome to make an appointment at the PeaceHealth vaccine clinic in Bellingham to receive a Pfizer vaccine. Please note that parents of minor patients, those 16 and 17 years of age, must provide a verbal consent to PeaceHealth prior to the vaccine appointment. This can be done in person at the time of the vaccine or over the phone prior to the appointment. Go to PeaceHealth COVID-19 Online Scheduling to make an appointment Tuesday through Friday. Walk-ins are welcome. PeaceHealth’s vaccine clinic in Bellingham is located at the Health Education Center on the PeaceHealth St. Joseph campus.

Weekly allocation plan

As of May 14, PeaceHealth is continuing to schedule vaccine appointments for the Pfizer vaccine. Any individuals, 12 years or older, including those with no affiliation to PeaceHealth, can schedule a vaccine appointment. Please note that parents/guardians of minor patients, 17 years of age and younger, must provide consent to PeaceHealth for vaccination. Schedule directly online or call 833-375-0284. Clinic hours are Tuesday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Other vaccine locations: Vaccines are now available at many locations. You will find locations by zip code on the DOH COVID-19 vaccine page.

Weekly allocation plan

As of May 14, PeaceHealth is continuing to schedule vaccine appointments for the Pfizer vaccine. Any individuals, 12 years or older, including those with no affiliation to PeaceHealth, can schedule a vaccine appointment. Please note that parents/guardians of minor patients, 17 years of age and younger, must provide consent to PeaceHealth for vaccination. Schedule directly online or call 833-375-0291. Walk-in appointments are also welcome. Clinic hours are Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.

Please Note: The FDA’s approval on May 10 of the Pfizer vaccine for children ages 12 to 15 was the first step in a series of necessary approvals before we can begin to schedule and distribute the vaccine to that age group. As soon as we receive final approval (possibly in the next several days), we will make appointments available. Please check back, and thank you for your patience.

Other vaccine locations: Vaccines are now available at many locations. You will find locations by zip code on the DOH COVID-19 vaccine page.

Why I got the vaccine

PeaceHealth is proud to play a pivotal role in helping end the global pandemic. These caregivers and community members have chosen to get vaccinated for many reasons. Listen to and read their stories of why they believe getting the vaccine is important.