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COVID-19 Vaccine

At NextCare, we are happy to announce we have been allotted a set number of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine, which we will be offering during the initial stages of our rollout. Due to limited supply, the vaccine will currently only be available at select locations. We are working quickly to expand our vaccine offering to additional markets and locations.

On our website, we have updated clinic location pages that will be offering the vaccine with a specific icon so our patients can quickly and easily determine where the vaccine will be available. Look for the icon picture below to identify a clinic offering the COVID-19 vaccine.

A list of clinic locations currently offering the vaccine can be found below. Once you have found the clinic near you that is offering the vaccine on our website, click on the COVID-19 Vaccine button to reserve your spot in line and ensure you are able to get your shot. For more information, check out our COVID-19 Vaccine FAQ section or Health Blog.

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1 BlueGrass

2030 BLUEGRASS CIRCLE, Cheyenne, Wyoming 82009
0 patients in line Open today Open until until 7:00PM

  • COVID-19 Rapid TestingCOVID-19 Rapid Testing
  • Antibody TestingAntibody Testing
  • COVID-19 VaccineCOVID-19 Vaccine

2 Tucson (E. Old Spanish Trail)

9525 E Old Spanish Trail, Tucson, AZ 85748
0 patients in line Open today Open until until 12:00AM

  • COVID-19 TestingCOVID-19 Testing
  • Alternative EntranceAlternative Entrance
  • Antibody TestingAntibody Testing
  • COVID-19 VaccineCOVID-19 Vaccine

3 Glendale (N. 43rd Ave)

10240 North 43rd Avenue, Glendale, AZ 85302
0 patients in line Open today Open until until 8:00PM

  • COVID-19 TestingCOVID-19 Testing
  • Antibody TestingAntibody Testing
  • COVID-19 VaccineCOVID-19 Vaccine

4 Edmond (N. Pennsylvania)

16205 N Pennsylvania Ave., Edmond, OK 73013
0 patients in line Open today Open until until 8:00PM

  • COVID-19 TestingCOVID-19 Testing
  • Antibody TestingAntibody Testing
  • COVID-19 VaccineCOVID-19 Vaccine

5 Tulsa (Garnett)

2929 S. Garnett Rd., Tulsa, OK 74129
0 patients in line Open today Open until until 8:00PM

  • COVID-19 Rapid TestingCOVID-19 Rapid Testing
  • Alternative EntranceAlternative Entrance
  • Antibody TestingAntibody Testing
  • COVID-19 VaccineCOVID-19 Vaccine

6 Moore, OK

2109 S Santa Fe Ave., Moore, OK 73160
0 patients in line Open today Open until until 8:00PM

  • COVID-19 Rapid TestingCOVID-19 Rapid Testing
  • Antibody TestingAntibody Testing
  • COVID-19 VaccineCOVID-19 Vaccine

7 Oklahoma City (NW Expressway)

3617 Northwest Expy, Oklahoma City, OK 73112
0 patients in line Open today Open until until 8:00PM

  • Curbside CareCurbside Care
  • COVID-19 Rapid TestingCOVID-19 Rapid Testing
  • Antibody TestingAntibody Testing
  • COVID-19 VaccineCOVID-19 Vaccine

8 Owasso, OK

13616 East 103rd St N, Owasso, OK 74055
0 patients in line Open today Open until until 8:00PM

  • COVID-19 Rapid TestingCOVID-19 Rapid Testing
  • Alternative EntranceAlternative Entrance
  • Antibody TestingAntibody Testing
  • COVID-19 VaccineCOVID-19 Vaccine

FAQs

At NextCare, we have been allotted a set number of the Moderna vaccines, which we will be offering in the initial stages of our rollout. As far as our supply, we have only been allotted a certain number of shots and therefore the vaccine will only be available at select clinics and locations, at least for the time being.

On our website, we have updated specific location pages that will be offering the vaccine with the following logo so our patients can quickly and easily determine where the vaccine will be available. Visit our locations page to learn more.

The FDA has authorized the emergency use of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine for any one 18 years of age or older. The vaccines are undergoing further testing at the moment with hopes of also expanding the age range to teens and children, but this has not been approved as of this time.

It is recommended that you not get any of the offered COVID-19 vaccines if you had a severe allergic reaction after a previous dose of the vaccine or have a severe allergic reaction to any ingredient included in the vaccine.
The vaccine contains the following ingredients: messenger ribonucleic acid (mRNA), lipids (SM-102, polyethylene glycol [PEG] 2000 dimyristoyl glycerol [DMG], cholesterol, and 1,2-distearoyl-sn-glycero-3-phosphocholine [DSPC]), tromethamine, tromethamine hydrochloride, acetic acid, sodium acetate trihydrate, and sucrose.
As seen in most other vaccines, there is a remote chance of an allergic reaction after receiving it. A severe allergic reaction would usually occur within a few minutes to one hour after receiving the dose. Symptoms of a possible allergic reaction include:
  • Difficulty breathing
  • Swelling of your face and throat
  • A fast heartbeat
  • A bad rash all over the body
  • Dizziness & weakness
This vaccine is administered with two shots, given 28 days apart, in the muscle of the upper arm. This vaccine is recommended for people aged 18 or older and can cause common side effects like tiredness, headaches and muscle pain, for 24-48 hours after receiving the vaccine.
Yes, if you are pregnant, you can still receive a COVID-19 vaccine. It is also a good idea to have a conversation with your healthcare provider to help you decide whether or not to get vaccinated as they will be able to provide useful information and help you make your decision.
Yes, you should still get vaccinated if you have already recovered from COVID-19. It is recommended that you still get vaccinated despite prior infection because it is unknown just how long you are protected for after recovering. Also, although you have recovered from COVID-19, it is still possible to be infected with the virus again, although it is rare. The vaccine will help provide you additional protection against the virus and help prevent future infection altogether.  You can receive the vaccine as soon as you are asymptomatic from the COVID illness and are at least 10 days from being diagnosed.  The only exception to that is if you received any type of monoclonal or convalescent antibody treatment, you should wait at least 90 days from that treatment before receiving a COVID vaccine.

The COVID-19 booster shot process is taking a similar approach to what we saw during the initial rollout of the vaccine. At this time, only select groups of people are eligible to receive the Moderna booster shot, with increased eligibility occurring over time and when more supplies become available.

As of November 2, 2021, those who are immediately eligible for the booster shot include:

  • Individuals 65 years of age and older
  • Individuals 18 + who live in long-term care settings
  • Individuals 18 + who have underlying health conditions
  • Individuals 18-64 years of age at high risk of severe COVID-19
  • Individuals 18-64 years of age whose frequent institutional or occupational exposure to COVID-19 puts them at high risk of serious complications of COIVD-19 including severe illness. These high risk occupations or environments include healthcare workers, school teachers and day care staff, grocery store workers and people who frequent homeless shelters or prisons.

No matter which vaccine you received initially, you are able to receive the Moderna booster shot and it will be just as effective. Moderna’s booster shot is designed to be effective for all recipients regardless of what initial vaccine they received, but the only changes occur as to when you should get it.

It is recommended that you receive the Moderna booster shot 6 months after your original Moderna or Pfizer vaccine series was complete, whereas if you originally had the J&J vaccine then you only have to wait two months.

The latest data and reports from those who have received the booster shot show that the side effect profile is similar to those that occurred after the initial 2-shot primary series. Fatigue and pain at the injection site were the most commonly reported side effects, and overall, most side effects were mild to moderate. However, as with the initial vaccine, serious side effects are rare, but may occur.

Yes. Everyone is still considered fully vaccinated two weeks after their second dose in a 2-shot series or two weeks after the single dose of the J&J vaccine.

NextCare only offers the Moderna booster shot at this time. We did originally offer both Moderna and J&J vaccines at our clinics, however you are eligible for the booster shot at NextCare regardless of what vaccine you originally received.

Again, the Moderna booster shot has only been released for people in certain age groups and situations, but it is available to people regardless of what original vaccine they chose.

There is currently no timeline on when the vaccine booster will be opened up to other groups of people, but it may be recommended as more data becomes available. The initial COVID-19 vaccines continue to be effective at reducing the risk of severe illness, hospitalization, and death. If you have not gotten your original vaccine, NextCare can help. Please visit our vaccine page to learn more. https://nextcare.com/covid-19-vaccine/

No. COVID-19 vaccines are working well and have done a tremendous job at preventing illness, hospitalization and death, even against the widely talked about Delta variant. However, over time public health experts have started to see a reduction in protection, especially among certain populations, against mild and moderate disease. Vaccine booster shots are designed to aid the initial vaccine and provide the extra protection we may have lost over time and does not indicate that the first vaccine did not work properly.

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