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COVID-19 Vaccinations

Effective Wednesday, May 13, all individuals ages 12 and older are eligible to be vaccinated in the state of North Carolina. Please note that as of this time, the Pfizer vaccine is approved for ages 16 and older, and the Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccines are approved for ages 18 and older. Unless otherwise stated, Iredell Health System administers the Pfizer vaccine at the clinics open for scheduling through this page.

We do not currently have any first dose clinics planned.
If you have had your first dose at Iredell Memorial and have not yet received your second dose, please email covidvaccine@iredellhealth.org.
Questions should be sent to covidvaccine@iredellhealth.org. Please also note that this email address is monitored during regular business hours Monday-Friday ONLY, and replies may take several days due to large email volume.

Vaccination Info: Please read this FDA fact sheet (Spanish fact sheet) to help you understand the risks and benefits of the Pfizer-Biontech vaccine you will receive for COVID-19 at Iredell Memorial Hospital. The PDF will open in a new window.

There’s no direct cost to you to get the vaccine:

  • If you have health insurance, the administration fee will be paid by your health insurance with no cost to you.
  • If you do not have health insurance, the fee may be paid for by the Provider Relief Fund, with no cost to you. Regardless, there will be no cost to you.
  • When booking your appointment, please have your health insurance carrier name and health insurance policy number available. If you do not have health insurance, please enter 'self-insured' in the areas asking for your health insurance information.

Before scheduling your appointment, we encourage you to review the user guide for the scheduling platform we are using. Becoming familiar with the steps in the guide will help to ensure an easier booking process. To view the guide, please click here.

Please note that the scheduling site will not work with Internet Explorer. We recommend using an internet browser such as Google Chrome, or trying from a mobile device.

Iredell Memorial Hospital typically administers the Pfizer-BioNtech vaccine. Both doses must be the same vaccine. In other words, if your 1st dose is Pfizer-BioNtech, your 2nd dose cannot be Moderna, or vice versa. At this time we have not received any Johnson & Johnson vaccine.

Who is eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine?

The goal of the NC Department of Health and Human Services is to vaccinate as many people as quickly as possible, given the limited supply of vaccines. NC's vaccination groups align with federal priorities.

As of 4/7/2021, all individuals ages 16 and older are eligible to be vaccinated in the state of North Carolina.

When will I be eligible to receive the vaccine?

We are following the vaccine schedule set by the state of North Carolina. This schedule is in phases, and some of the phases require specific groups of individuals to be vaccinated before others.

As of 4/7/2021, we are authorized to vaccinate all individuals ages 16 and older.

How will I know when I am eligible to be vaccinated?

Information on this page will be updated regularly. We encourage you to check this page often. Information on vaccination will also be posted on the Iredell Health System Facebook page.

Is there a cost to receive the vaccine?

There’s no direct cost to you to get the vaccine:

  • If you have health insurance, the administration fee will be paid by your health insurance with no cost to you.
  • If you do not have health insurance, the fee may be paid for by the Provider Relief Fund, with no cost to you.
  • When booking your appointment, please have your health insurance carrier name and health insurance policy number available. If you do not have health insurance, please enter 'self-insured' in the areas asking for your health insurance information.

Can you help me understand my vaccine record card?

At your appointment for your first dose, you will be given a vaccine record card from the CDC. This card will show what type of vaccine you received with a corresponding lot number. Upon receiving your card, please put your name and date of birth at the top, and make sure the date you receive your first dose is also listed in the space next to the vaccine name.

When you come for your second dose appointment, you will receive a second card. This card is the same as your first, but will likely have different information written on it. It may be written in the "Other" space. Please copy the information from this second card to your first card, into the second dose line. Make sure you include the date your received your second dose.

Please note that there is no difference in what is in the first or second dose, and these cards are for your records only.

How do I cancel my appointment?

After booking your appointment, you will receive a confirmation email at the email address you provided. In that email, toward the bottom, there is a CANCEL button. Click on CANCEL.

Please note that once an appointment is canceled, it cannot be reinstated. You will need to rebook using the online scheduling links in order to secure another appointment.