We encourage all of our patients to receive their COVID-19 vaccine. The current vaccines are safe and effective. For more information if a COVID Vaccine is right for you, please visit: https://familydoctor.org/vaccines/
How can I receive a vaccine?
We are currently offering bivalent booster doses of the Pfizer COVID vaccine. We have several ways for our patients to be vaccinated in addition to local community locations.
- Patients aged 10 and older can walk-in to our ECU Family Medicine Pharmacy, 101 Heart Drive, between the hours of 9 am and 4 pm. We have the Pfizer vaccine available. Instructions are below.
- Patients aged 12 and older may walk-in to our ECU Pharmacy, 517 Moye Blvd, between 9 am and 4 pm.
- Depending on age, patients scheduled to see their primary care provider at ECU Family Medicine Center, General Internal Medicine, Adult Specialty Clinic, Firetower Medical Office and/or our Adult/Pediatric Clinic will be offered the Pfizer vaccine at the time of their appointment. Patients aged 6 months and over can receive the Pfizer vaccine during their scheduled appointment at our General Pediatric Clinic, Adult/Pediatric Clinic, Firetower Medical Office and the Family Medicine Center (all modules).
How do I know which vaccine is right for me?
View/Download: CDC COVID 19 Vaccine recommendations
Locations to receive vaccines and boosters:
Family Medicine Pharmacy Walk-In Clinic: Ages 10 and up from 9am-4pm:
ECU Pharmacy: Ages 12 and up from 9am-4pm for the bivalent booster only:
Step 1: Bring the following 3 items with you:
- If you are coming in for your 2nd shot or Booster, please bring original Vaccine Card or click on GET MY VACCINE CARD to be directed to NCDHHS to print your official vaccination card to bring with you
- Government issued ID card
- Current insurance information card
Step 2: Print and complete the appropriate form. (English or Spanish versions available below). Patients under the age of 18 MUST be accompanied by one parent or guardian.
Additional Helpful Links:
- ECU’s COVID-19 Vaccine Website
- Pitt County Health Department COVID Info
- ECU Health Vaccine Info
Thank you for doing your part to help protect the health and well-being of eastern North Carolina!