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Anyone 16 and older who wishes to receive a COVID-19 vaccine at USA Health’s drive-through clinic at the Mobile Civic Center arena can self-schedule an appointment without a wait to be notified.

Published Apr 13th, 2021

Anyone 16 and older who wishes to receive a COVID-19 vaccine at USA Health’s drive-through clinic at the Mobile Civic Center arena can self-schedule an appointment without a wait to be notified.

To sign up for the vaccine and select the time that works best for you, visit: c19vaccine.southalabama.edu.

“We want to make it as easy and convenient as possible for everyone age 16 and older to get the vaccine,” said Sarah Kahalley, MSHA, BSN, RN, director of clinical resources for USA Health Physician Group. “We use the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine, which has been approved for use in people age 16 and up.”

USA Health continuously seeks innovative ways to fulfill its mission of helping people lead longer, better lives. Members of the pandemic response team recently worked with 411 operators and United Way Partner Agencies, teaching them how to set up vaccination appointments for community members who need assistance.

In the business community, USA Health has partnered with the Mobile Area Chamber of Commerce. Last week, on April 8, Michael Chang, M.D., chief medical officer for USA Health, led a webinar on the importance of vaccinations for small businesses. A similar webinar is planned for the Business Council of Alabama. On April 16, a small business vaccine event is planned for Gulf Coast companies at the civic center.

As of April 13, USA Health staff members have given more than 56,000 vaccines for COVID-19.

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