Spectrum Healthcare has stopped making appointments at this time until they are guaranteed more vaccination supply. Check their website often for further updates.
The Original press release on January 18, 2021:
Spectrum Healthcare is pleased to announce they will provide mass vaccinations beginning Monday, January 25, 2021 from 8am to 4:00pm. Vaccination Station will be in operation for seven days a week. The clinic will be set-up inside Spectrum’s community room located at 8 E. Cottonwood St. Cottonwood, AZ. Appointments must be made through Spectrum Healthcare’s website at www.spectrumhg.org/vaccine, and is limited to the Phase 1a and 1b populations including people 65 and older. The vaccination is the Moderna version and is provided for free. The second dose appointment will be made at the time of the first vaccination.
Participants are asked to bring a photo identification and wear masks to help protect healthcare workers and volunteers who will be working the event. There is no need to get a physician order. Participants MUST have an appointment to receive the vaccination.
“We’re happy to help provide access to this much needed vaccine and support the communities we serve. I want to thank all our internal healthcare workers, the health department and the many volunteers coming out in our community to help administer the shots and quickly coordinate this event,” stated April Rhodes, CEO at Spectrum.
A vaccine event of this scale would not be possible without the support of all our local community partners. Much gratitude to the City of Cottonwood and Yavapai County for their support of this event.
“I am so pleased to hear that Spectrum will be quickly administering the Covid-19 vaccination in Cottonwood. A critical component to regaining life as we knew it a year ago is vaccinating the majority of our population. This vaccine has been proven safe and is in use across the world. I hope you will join me in receiving it. We must ensure our vulnerable family, friends and neighbors remain safe and protected. My deepest gratitude goes out to our healthcare workers and first responders who continue to endure. This has been a long and challenging year for everyone and now there is light,” stated City of Cottonwood Mayor, Tim Elinski.
Yavapai County has received enough of the Moderna vaccine, which is 94% effective at preventing laboratory-confirmed COVID-19 according the Center for Disease Control, to inoculate a minimum of 500 residence per day. “We are thrilled to support these Points of Distribution (POD) events across our county to make sure we are reaching every area of
If anyone from the community would like to help and volunteer, please sign-up at www.spectrumhg.org/volunteer. Volunteers are given lunch and the option for a vaccine at the end of the day if supplies last.