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MWHC Vaccine Signup

Mary Washington Healthcare Vaccine Signup

If you lost your vaccine card, please click here for replacement instructions.

Patients and visitors are required by law to wear masks in all healthcare facilities, regardless of vaccination status.

July 22 was the last day for first dose vaccine appointments at the MWHC vaccine clinic. August 12 is the last day for second dose appointments. After those dates, please use vaccines.gov or vdh.virginia.gov/rappahannock to find a location near you. Mary Washington Medical Group patients can still contact their primary care provider or child's pediatrician to schedule a vaccine appointment.

If you received your first dose at Mary Washington Healthcare, you can reschedule your second dose in MyChart until August 12.

If you are in need of a second dose of Pfizer and received your first dose elsewhere, please fill out the form and a member of our team will call you if we are able to accommodate you. You cannot self-schedule your second dose. If you are seeking a second dose of Moderna, please use vaccinefinder.org to find a location near you.

  • The last day for first dose appointments was July 22. The last day for second dose appointments is August 12.
  • MWHC is administering the Pfizer vaccine. (If you are seeking a second dose of Moderna, please use vaccinefinder.org to find a location near you.)
  • The vaccine clinic is located at the John F. Fick III Conference Center at 1301 Sam Perry Blvd, Fredericksburg, VA, 22401.
  • Please bring some form of ID (such as driver's license or passport) to all appointments, and bring your vaccine card to your second dose appointment.
  • You must be 12 or older to receive the vaccine at our vaccine clinic. All 12–17-year olds MUST be accompanied by a legal guardian or parent to both appointments.
  • If you are a parent scheduling an appointment for a child, please register as a GUEST. Do not log in to your own MyChart account.
  • If you have tested positive for COVID-19 or have been exposed, you must wait 14 days from date of exposure or onset of symptoms or 14 days after your positive test to receive the vaccine.
  • If you need special accommodations, such as a wheelchair or interpreter, please tell the check-in person under the tent. Support persons are welcome to accompany the patient.
  • Please arrive on the day of your appointment. Vaccine is reserved for you on that day, and if you arrive on a different day, we may not be able to accommodate you.

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