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COVID-19 Vaccine Frequently Asked Questions

Getting The Vaccine

At this time, Pro-Health Urgent Care administers the Moderna vaccine.

Pro-Health Urgent Care follows the State of Michigan’s guidelines on priority rankings for vaccine distribution. Patients ages 18 and up can sign up for a COVID-19 vaccine through the location links above.  

Patients that qualify to receive the vaccine are invited to schedule an appointment online using the buttons above.

There are no walk-in appointments for vaccinations.  You must schedule online using the links above.

It is recommended that you wait at least 90 days from symptom onset to schedule your appointment.

There are very few individuals who cannot receive the vaccine.  If you are in doubt, please seek advice from your primary care physician, or relevant specialist.

Pro-Health Urgent Care will follow guidance issued by the CDC and FDA to identify individuals who should not receive the vaccine.

Currently, the CDC recommends waiting 14 days between vaccinations for other illnesses.

There is a card that will be given to people who receive the vaccine and they need to bring that with them to the second visit as well.  It includes which vaccine they were administered, along with the date and lot number.

If needed, you will be scheduled for your second dose by appointment during your first vaccine visit.  If you need to reschedule your appointment, please call 1-844-500-Care

Three to four weeks is the typical amount of time between the two doses.  However, the CDC says the vaccine remains effective when patients receive the second dose up to 6 weeks after the first dose.

At this time, Pro-Health Urgent Care only has the Moderna vaccine.

Safety, Side Effects and Effectiveness

The most commons side effects that have been reported with the COVID-19 vaccine include:

  • interjection site pain
  • tiredness
  • headache
  • muscle pain
  • chills
  • joint pain
  • fever
  • injection site swelling
  • injection site redness
  • nausea
  • feeling unwell
  • swollen lymph nodes

There is a remote chance that the vaccine could cause a severe allergic reaction.  This will typically occur shortly after receiving a dose of the vaccine.  Signs of a sever allergic reaction include:

  • difficulty breathing
  • swelling of your face and throat
  • a fast heartbeat
  • a bad rash all over your body
  • dizziness or weakness

The vaccine is still being studied in clinical trials.  Serious and unexpected side effects may occur.  Our clinic is staffed with medical professionals to assess and treat any adverse reactions that may occur.

 

Based on the study data, some individuals may have somewhat increased symptoms with the second dose compared with the first.  These symptoms should be manageable with over-the-counter interventions such as ibuprofen.

Thinking about getting the COVID-19 vaccine? Pro-Health Urgent care co-founder shares his up-close and personal experience with receiving the vaccine.