Getting Your COVID-19 Vaccine at PeaceHealth in Washington

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Washington is currently vaccinating for:
 

Phase 1B Tiers 1-2

Get more information on the Washington Department of Health website.


Schedule your vaccine appointment

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

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Vaccines administered at PeaceHealth in Washington:

Total: 83,208

Dose 1: 48,204

Dose 2: 35,004

As of 4/5/2021

Due to limited vaccine supply, appointments are not available to all who are eligible

  • PeaceHealth requires an appointment for vaccination. We schedule appointments based on the state’s eligibility phase AND how many doses our facilities receive each week. We will not schedule appointments until we know how many doses we have, which typically occurs only a few days before we receive them.  

  • We are reaching out to patients by phone or email once we know how many doses, if any, we’ll receive that week. The best way to ensure you’ll get notified, is to update your contact information in your My PeaceHealth account. We do not have a waitlist.  

  • Due to the uncertainty of when PeaceHealth will receive doses and how much, we cannot provide a timeline on when an individual may be notified they’re eligible to schedule an appointment. We estimate it will take months to vaccinate all PeaceHealth patients.  

  • Please do not call our clinics and hospitals with vaccine questions. This page will be updated with information. You can also sign up for our vaccine email newsletter.  

Eligibility and availability

COVID-19 vaccine eligibility

Washington State is currently in Phase 1B Tiers 1-2Learn more about Washington’s vaccine phases.

COVID-19 vaccine availability

Each week, the federal government allocates vaccine to the states for the upcoming week. The states then decide which organizations (such as mass vaccinations sites, hospitals and pharmacies) will receive doses and how much. The requests for vaccine are always greater than the amount of vaccine available. The organizations receiving vaccine may only know a few days in advance how many doses, if any, they will receive. They then schedule appointments based on the amount they receive and which vaccine phase their state is in.

What to know for your community

Weekly allocation plan

Week of April 11-17:

  • Vaccine supply. PeaceHealth will distribute 3,200 primary doses of the Pfizer vaccine this week, and 2,400 booster, or second, doses.
  • Who we are vaccinating right now. On Tuesday and Wednesday of this week, PeaceHealth will be vaccinating individuals in the 1a, 1b1, 1b2, 1b3 and 1b4 categories as per the state eligibility guidelines. (Find eligibility category descriptions on the Washington State Department of Health’s vaccine phase definition infographic.) Beginning Thursday, April 15, all individuals aged 16 and older are eligible to receive the 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. 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. Please determine your eligibility (for Monday and Tuesday appointments) as noted above and then go to PeaceHealth COVID-19 Online Scheduling. 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 required; no walk-ins are accepted at the clinic.
  • What's next. PeaceHealth will continue to request vaccine supply to operate its vaccine clinic at capacity (approximately 6,000 doses per week).

Weekly allocation plan

Week of April 11-17:

  • Vaccine supply. PeaceHealth Peace Island did not receive any prime, or first, doses of the vaccine this week. They will be distributing approximately 55 booster doses of the Moderna vaccine.

Weekly allocation plan

Week of April 11-17:

  • Vaccine supply. PeaceHealth has 150 primary doses of the Moderna vaccine to distribute this week between its clinics on Tuesday, April 13 and Saturday, April 17. Second doses (only) will be distributed on Thursday and Saturday, April 15 and 17.
  • Who we are vaccinating right now. On Tuesday of this week, PeaceHealth will be vaccinating individuals in the 1a, 1b1, 1b2, 1b3 and 1b4 categories as per the state eligibility guidelines. (Find eligibility category descriptions on the Washington State Department of Health’s vaccine phase definition infographic.) Beginning Thursday, April 15, 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. People in these categories will be offered appointments through the PeaceHealth patient portal or phone call. Alternatively, you can call 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 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 Saturday this week. PeaceHealth’s vaccine clinic in Bellingham is located at the Health Education Center on the PeaceHealth St. Joseph campus.

Weekly allocation plan

As of April 12, PeaceHealth is continuing to schedule vaccine appointments for the Pfizer vaccine. Any individuals, including those with no affiliation to PeaceHealth, can schedule a vaccine appointment if you meet the eligibility requirements. Vaccine eligibility expands to all individuals 16+ beginning April 15. Schedule directly online or call 833-375-0284. If you find all appointments booked, we encourage you to check back the next day.

Other vaccine locations: The state of Washington has established vaccine sites statewide. Details are available on the DOH COVID-19 vaccine page where you will find vaccination site options in the county.

Weekly allocation plan

As of April 12, PeaceHealth is continuing to schedule vaccine appointments for the Pfizer vaccine. Any individuals, including those with no affiliation to PeaceHealth, can schedule a vaccine appointment if you meet the eligibility requirements. Vaccine eligibility expands to all individuals 16+ beginning April 15. Schedule directly online or call 833-375-0291. If you find all appointments booked, we encourage you to check back the next day.

Other vaccine locations: The state of Washington has established additional vaccination sites statewide. Details are available on the DOH COVID-19 vaccine page where you will find vaccination site options in the county.

How to schedule your vaccination

Appointments are required for vaccinations. PeaceHealth patients will be notified by email or phone call when we have vaccines and appointments available. We do not have a waitlist.

Patients will be notified based on:

  • State eligibility phases
  • PeaceHealth is making high-risk patients in each phase a priority
  • Vaccine doses available at PeaceHealth facilities

PeaceHealth will not schedule appointments until we know how many doses, if any, we’ll receive from the state for the week. Notification from the state typically occurs a few days before we receive the doses. Due to the uncertainty of when PeaceHealth will receive doses and how much, we cannot provide a timeline on when an individual may be notified they’re eligible to schedule an appointment. We estimate it will take months to vaccinate all PeaceHealth patients. Your appointment for your second dose will be made during your first dose appointment.

How to get notified of an appointment

If you are a PeaceHealth patient or have been seen by a PeaceHealth provider in the past three years, we will use your contact information on file.  

To ensure we have your current contact information: 

  • Log in to your My PeaceHealth account and go to your profile, OR
  • Sign up for a My PeaceHealth account and add your information to your profile