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Information for Patients & Visitors

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Covid-19 Vaccine Information

There is a lot of information circulating about Covid-19 vaccines which can seem overwhelming, especially as new information becomes available.  This chart summarizes the most up-to-date information regarding the two vaccines that Fitzgibbon Hospital administers.

Type of Vaccine Age group Dose Schedule
Pfizer Primary Series 6 months - 4 years Dose 1 & 2 spaced at least 3-8 weeks apart and Dose 2 and 3 spaced at least 8 weeks apart
Pfizer Primary Series
6 months - 4 years - severely immunocompromised
Dose 1 & 2 spaced at least 3 weeks apart and Dose 2 and 3 spaced at least 8 weeks apart
Pfizer Primary Series 12 years and older Dose 1 &2 3-8 weeks apart
Pfizer Booster 12 years and older At least 5 months from the last primary dose
Pfizer 2nd Booster 50 years and older At least 4 months from the last booster dose
Pfizer 3rd Primary Series Moderate to severely immune compromised individuals 12 years old or older Give dose 1 and 2 at least 21 days part.  Dose 2 and 3 at least 28 days apart
Pfizer Booster Doses Moderate to severely immune compromised individuals 12 years old or older Give booster dose at least 3 months from the last dose in the 3rd dose Primary series
Pfizer 2nd Booster Dose Moderate to severely immune compromised individuals 12 years old or older Give booster dose at least 4 months from the last booster dose
Pfizer 5-11 years of age Give dose 2 -  21 days from dose 1.
Pfizer Moderate to severely immune compromised individuals 5-11 years old Give dose 1 and 2 at least 21 days apart.  Doses 2 and 3 at least 28 days apart
Pfizer 5-11 years of age Give booster 5 months after the last dose in the primary series

Type of Vaccine Age group Dose Schedule
Moderna 2 dose Primary Series 6 months - 5 years Dose 1 & 2 spaced at least 4-8 weeks apart 
Moderna 3 dose Primary Series
6 months - 5 years
Dose 1 & 2 spaced 4 weeks apart, Dose 2 & 3 spaced 4 weeks apart
Moderna 2 dose Primary Series Adults 18 years and older 2 doses, 4 to 8 weeks apart
Moderna Booster dose 18 years and older Booster dose at least 5 months after the last dose in the primary series
Moderna 2nd Booster dose 50 years and older At least 4 months from the last booster dose
Moderna 3 dose Primary Series Severely or moderately immune compromised adults 18 years and older Give 3 doses.  Dose 1 & 2 at least 28 days apart.  Doses 2 &3 at least 28 days apart.
Moderna Booster for 3-dose Primary Series Moderate to severely immune compromised individuals 18 years old or older At least 3 months following the 3rd primary dose
Moderna 2nd Booster Dose Moderate to severely immune compromised individuals 18 years old or older At least 4 months following the 1st booster dose.

YES, MASKS ARE STILL REQUIRED INSIDE FITZGIBBON HOSPITAL

   Click here to view our Updated Visitor Policy

If you would like to pre-register and make an appointment, Click Here

Pre-registration is preferred via this form, however, if internet access is not available,
please call our vaccine pre-registration message line at (660)831-3783

What do I do to show that I have had the vaccine if I lost my Covid-19 vaccine card?

DHSS is not offering replacement cards; however individuals can be directed to complete a request for official State of Missouri Immunization Records form, and DHSS can send them a copy of the immunization record on file in ShowMeVax, the statewide immunizations registry.  They can either fax or email the completed form to [email protected] or fax:573-526-0238.  Additionally, if you received your vaccination at a Fitzgibbon Hospital event or affiliated clinic, you can login to your FitzChart Patient Portal and your record is displayed there for printing.


COVID-19 TESTING - Please note:

We can only provide COVID-19 tests to individuals with a doctor’s order.  If you are experiencing symptoms, or have a qualified exposure to COVID-19 as defined by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, please speak with your primary care provider to see if a COVID-19 test is necessary.  Only individuals who have an order from their primary care provider will be tested.

COVID-19 testing hours are 6 a.m. - 8 p.m., Monday - Friday.  We will not be providing COVID-19 testing over the weekend, however, our Emergency Department is open 24/7 to care for those experiencing a medical emergency.

Getting your test results

 

When to Seek Medical Attention
If you develop emergency warning signs for COVID-19, get medical attention IMMEDIATELY!

Emergency warning signs include*:
Trouble breathing
Persistent pain or pressure in the chest
New confusion or inability to arouse
Bluish lips or face

* This list is not all inclusive. Please consult your medical provider for any other symptoms that are severe or concerning.

COVID-19 Data Dashboards

Saline County Health Department stat page <- click here

State of Missouri Vaccine Dashboard <- click here

Missouri Hospital Association Covid-19 Dashboard <- click here

Department of Health and Senior Services Dashboard <- click here


Think you might have COVID-19? Take our online assessment

You were tested for COVID-19 at Fitzgibbon Hospital. What's next?
Usted ha sido probado para COVID-19. ¿Que sigue?

Fitzgibbon Hospital's COVID-19 Visitor Policy