COVID-19 Current Patient Vaccinations

Summit Cancer Centers is offering COVID-19 vaccinations to qualifying current patients and their spouses.

Summit Cancer Centers is offering the Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine to qualifying current Summit Cancer Centers patients. Spouses of current patients are also eligible, as long as they meet current Washington State Department of Health vaccine guideline requirements.
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How to Schedule Vaccination Appointments

Only patients without an existing treatment appointment before February 25 need to make a vaccination appointment.

Please Call One of the Summit Locations Below to Schedule Vaccination Appointments

NORTH SPOKANE CLINIC
Appointments available Monday–Thursday: 9:00 a.m.– 4:30 p.m.
6001 North Mayfair Street, Spokane, WA 99208
  Call: 509-462-2273

SPOKANE VALLEY CLINIC
Appointments available Monday–Thursday: 9:00 a.m.– 4:30 p.m.
13424 East Mission, Spokane Valley, WA 99216
  Call: 509-822-4200

What to Bring To Your Vaccination Appointment

  • Health Insurance Card
  • WA State Driver’s License

Please download, print, and complete the forms below and bring them to your appointment:

Second Injection Follow-Up Appointment

When you are given the first Moderna Vaccine injection, you will be given a card with a recommended second injection date. Please immediately schedule your second injection appointment with us on that date, or within 1-week after that date, to ensure you receive the second injection within the recommended timeframe.
 

Frequently Asked Questions

Below are common FAQ’s we receive and links to additional information.

What type of vaccine are you offering?

Moderna COVID-19 vaccine: This vaccine is authorized for emergency use in individuals aged 18 years and older. This is a two-dose vaccine, given 28 days apart. Clinical trial data shows the vaccine is about 94 percent effective after two doses. No serious safety concerns were found. We expect to get our first shipment of this vaccine the week of December 21.

Who is eligible to receive the vaccine?

There is, unfortunately, not enough COVID-19 vaccine to offer it to everyone. We are currently in Phase 1B Tier 1 of vaccine distribution. The vaccine is available to anyone 65 and older, and all people 50 and older who also live in a multigenerational household. This is in addition to populations eligible during phase 1A including health care workers at high risk for COVID-19 infection, first responders, people who live or work in long-term care facilities, and all other workers in health settings who are at risk of COVID-19.  More Information »

How do we know the vaccines are safe?

Before the vaccines became available here in Washington, the federal Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices conducted a review to ensure they could safely recommend the vaccines and for which populations. In addition, the western states Scientific Safety Review Workgroup gave input on vaccine safety and efficacy. Both groups voted to recommend the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine to people 18 years and older.

Who should NOT receive the Moderna vaccination?

You should not get the Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine if you:

  • had a severe allergic reaction after a previous dose of this vaccine
  • had a severe allergic reaction to any ingredient of this vaccine

Will the COVID-19 vaccine be mandatory?

It will be your choice whether to get the vaccine for COVID-19. Washington is not currently considering any mandates for the vaccine, but employers could require it. The vaccine will help protect you and others around you from getting COVID-19, and we encourage you to talk to your doctor or clinic about the benefits.

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