Stephens County Hospital will host Drive-Through Vaccination Clinic today
Stephens County Hospital’s Drive-Through Vaccination Clinic is being held today in Toccoa-Stephens County.
According to Stephens County Hospital Chief Executive Officer Mike Hester, the vaccination clinic will offer vaccines to individuals 65 years of age and older, as well as first responders including law enforcement and firefighters, and Healthcare workers who work in Toccoa-Stephens County.
The drive-up clinic will be located in front of Stephens County Hospital from 12:00 p.m. until 4:00 p.m.
Hester says anyone attending the clinic must have proof of their employment as a first responder servicing Stephens County, proof of their employment as a healthcare worker in Stephens County, or proof of residence in Stephens County for those age 65 and older.
If you have insurance, be sure to bring your insurance card; however, if you do not have insurance, please indicate that upon arrival.
There is no out of pocket cost to anyone for the vaccine.
Hester says you will be able to remain in your vehicle the entire time.
He says after receiving your vaccine, you will need to wait for 15 minutes before leaving so that you can be monitored by medical staff.
Again, Stephens County Hospital’s Drive-up COVID Vaccination Clinic will be held today, from 12 until 4 p.m. in front of the hospital.
The clinic is only available to individuals 65 years of age and older, first responders including law enforcement and firefighters working in Stephens County, and Healthcare workers who work in Stephens County.
For questions regarding the vaccination clinic, contact hospital staff by calling 706-282-4200.