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COVID-19 Vaccination Scheduling

Tanner is following Georgia Department of Public Health (DPH) guidelines for vaccine distribution. DPH is responsible for vaccine allocation and distribution statewide. Currently, Georgia residents age 12 and older are approved for vaccination.

  • The Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine has been approved for teens and adults age 12 and older; it is a two-shot vaccine.
  • The Moderna vaccine has been approved for adults age 18 and older; it is a two-shot vaccine.
  • The Janssen (Johnson & Johnson) vaccine has been approved for age 18 and older; it is a single-shot vaccine.

Making vaccination available

Our goal is to make COVID-19 vaccination as widely available as possible, but, at this time, supply is limited. We will provide vaccinations as vaccine becomes available. As vaccine is received from the state, we are scheduling vaccination clinics and emailing invitations to patients. Each week, we will update this table to provide information on how many vaccines we’ve administered.

As of Sept. 10, 2021:

Team Member First Doses Given

Team Member Second Doses Given

Public First Doses Given

Public Second Doses Given

Public Third Doses Given

Total Doses Given

2,029

1,965

9,978

9,445

8

23,426


Don't miss your shot

Tanner first-dose vaccination clinics

Monday, Sept. 27 - Carrollton - Pfizer

West Georgia Cardiology first- and second-dose vaccination clinics

The Moderna vaccine will be given. To register, click the link and email your name and phone number. Registration is required. The clinics are held in the West Georgia Cardiology office at 129 Bankhead Highway in Carrollton.

Friday, Sept. 24 - 10 a.m. to noon

We also invite you to search for a COVID-19 vaccination site through the Georgia DPH website or by calling the state hotline at 1-888-457-0186. We encourage Alabama residents to find a vaccination site through the Alabama DPH's COVID-19 website.

The CDC also provides this link to find a vaccination site near you:

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