Christus Trinity Clinic makes an appointment for COVID-19 vaccinations | General
Christus Health says its Christus Trinity clinics are preparing for more COVID-19 vaccine distributions in northeast Texas and are now making an appointment for the Phase 1B group.
Vaccines will only be administered by appointment. The clinic received the Moderna vaccine. The vaccine is given in two doses, 28 days apart, and people who receive the vaccine are not fully protected until after the second injection.
“As we receive more vaccines, we will open up additional appointment windows,” said Christy Bush, director of operations for the Christus Trinity Clinic. “If you cannot find appointment availability near you, you can check in another location at the CHRISTUS Trinity Clinic or come back the next day, as we will update our schedules daily based on the vaccine supplies we have. have. “
Those eligible for vaccination, at present, include healthcare workers and residents of long-term care facilities in phase 1A, as well as those in phase 1B, which includes patients aged 18 to 64 years. with chronic illnesses that increase their risk of serious illness and those over 65. or more, regardless of medical conditions.
Vaccine appointments can be made by visiting christushealth.org and clicking the yellow chat icon on the home page to connect with Christy, our virtual assistant. Patients will be asked to answer a few screening questions before choosing a location closest to them and making an appointment.
“The use of vaccines has been a key part of controlling and even eradicating certain diseases for hundreds of years, and there is excellent initial data indicating that the COVID-19 vaccine is effective and safe,” Dr Andria Cardinalli-Stein, outpatient quality manager. officer, said. “If anyone has questions about their personal health issues or history and the impact of vaccination, we encourage them to speak to their primary care provider, who is aware of their health and medical history and can advise him personally. “