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

  • By appointment ONLY
  • For established FCN patients
  • Must meet current eligibility requirements
  • Moderna vaccine only
    • Two doses required
    • Approved for age 18+ only

To schedule an appointment

  • Complete the PhaseFinder online questionnaire to confirm eligibility:
  • Save your proof of eligibility and bring it to your appointment.
  • Patients who do not have proof of eligibility and/or meet the current eligibility requirements (i.e. age) will not be vaccinated.
  • Appointments are not transferable to another FCN patient. Only the person scheduled can receive a vaccine.

Appointment types

  • You will select an appointment for Moderna Dose 1 or Moderna Dose 2.
  • If you are scheduling Dose 2:
    • Dose 1 must be documented in your FCN patient chart
    • You must bring proof of Dose 1, including manufacturer, lot number, and provider location.
    • Dose 2 must be at least 24 days after Dose 1; recommended interval is 24-32 days.
  • If you schedule an appointment for Dose 2 but have not received Dose 1 yet, you will not receive a vaccine.
  • 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-F, 8am-4:30pm; closed noon-1pm)
  • Name of FCN primary care provider and FCN clinic name

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.