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Plan. Prepare. Know.

We’re keeping you up-to-speed on COVID-19 and its impact on our region.

COVID-19 Information

Three years after the first cases were identified, COVID-19 continues to affect countries around the world and communities right here in west Georgia and east Alabama.

At Tanner, we’re following recommended protocols and working with partners such as the CDC to keep our neighbors safe and healthy.

Please also use the resources below to get vaccinated or to request a copy of your vaccination card if you were vaccinated at a Tanner Health System vaccination clinic.

Take your shot

There's still time to take your shot! Simply make an appointment for COVID-19 vaccination or a booster at your local drug store, or click the CDC's Vaccine Finder below:

CDC information on the COVID-19 vaccine

Get answers to questions on vaccine development, availability, safety and more.

Making a difference

Tanner is no longer holding vaccination clinics, but earlier during the pandemic, our goal was to make COVID-19 vaccination as widely available as possible. We are proud to share the difference we made in our community by giving more than 27,000 doses of vaccine during vaccine clinics.

Vaccines given at Tanner Vaccine Clinics through Dec. 22, 2021:

Team Member First Doses Given

Team Member Second Doses Given

Team Member Third Doses Given

Public First Doses Given

Public Second Doses Given

Public Third Doses Given

Total Doses Given








Lost your vaccination card?

To request another vaccine card, please call 770-812-9606 and select option 2.


Diabetes 101 - Webinar
Diabetes 101 - Webinar

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Nutrition for Diabetes - Webinar
Nutrition for Diabetes - Webinar

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Braces and Splints for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Braces and Splints for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

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Members of the Caregiving Cycle: The Family Caregivers
Members of the Caregiving Cycle: The Family Caregivers

Acting as a caregiver for a family member can be a rewarding experience, allowing you to spend time and care for someone you love. Caregiving covers a range of situations from those who just need a little extra help caring for themselves to those who are undergoing things such as surgery recovery, cancer treatment and terminal illness. No matter what your role is, one important factor that is often overlooked is who takes care of the caregiver.