Family Care Network Vaccine Scheduling

Please review ALL of the following information before scheduling an appointment for COVID-19 vaccine. Click the acknowledgement at the bottom of this page, then proceed to the scheduling page.

The basics

  • For established Family Care Network patients ONLY
    • Being established with FCN means you have a primary care provider on file in your FCN medical record. This does not include patients seen only at our lab and/or urgent care locations.
    • Appointments scheduled for non-FCN patients will be cancelled; notification will be sent to the email provided.
  • By appointment ONLY
  • We currently offer Moderna or Janssen (J&J) vaccine
    • Moderna: Two doses, age 18+ only
    • Janssen (J&J): One dose, age 18+ only
  • Appointments are not transferable to another FCN patient. Only the person scheduled can receive a vaccine.


  • When you get to the scheduling page, you will choose the vaccine type (Moderna Dose 1 or Janssen), then choose a location.
  • Moderna vaccine requires two doses.
    • After scheduling Moderna Dose 1, an appointment for your second dose will be scheduled on your behalf following your first dose appointment.
      • If you schedule online, your Dose 2 appointment confirmation will be sent to the email you provide.
      • If you schedule by phone, you will receive a call with Dose 2 appointment information.
    • Please do not schedule a Dose 1 appointment if you need Dose 2. Call (360) 733-1342 for assistance.
  • IMPORTANT: Dose 1 and Dose 2 MUST be the same manufacturer (Moderna). If you received a different brand of vaccine for Dose 1, you can’t be vaccinated at FCN. Contact the provider where you received Dose 1 for assistance.

Have the following information ready

  • Name and date of birth
  • Email and cell phone number (for appointment confirmation/reminders)
    • If you don’t have an email, call (360) 733-1342 (M-Th, 8am-4pm; closed noon-1pm)

When you get to the scheduling website, you can choose any FCN location for your vaccination. If no appointments are listed for a certain location or date, it means the schedule is full or there are no appointments available due to limited supply.

Every person getting a vaccine needs their own appointment.