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Vaccine Appointments

Established Patients

New Patients

We apologize for any delays. 

As with many medical offices, we are currently experiencing staffing issues. 

We appreciate your patience.

New patients please go to PATIENT FORMS and complete


Please call our office 2-3 business days after your paperwork is submitted, to schedule an appointment. 


DTC Family Health provides continuing, comprehensive health care for you and your family.


We give special attention to the effect that family relationships have on your health.


To provide the best possible care to our patients we have same-day appointments available Monday through Saturday.


Primary medical care is at the heart of our services.


We offer physical exams, immunizations, gynecology, and many important health screenings.

COVID-19 Bivalent Booster Vaccine Guidelines

On September 2, 2022, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) authorized new versions of the Moderna and Pfizer vaccines that better target the Omicron variant in time for the fall season. Since late 2021, Omicron and its subvariants have complicated the efforts to stop the pandemic. The latest vaccines are bivalent, meaning they protect against the original COVID strain and the Omicron subvariants BA.4/BA.5.

  • The new Pfizer bivalent booster is approved for people 12 years and older.

  • The new Moderna bivalent booter is available for anyone 18 years and older.

  • Both the Pfizer and Moderna shots are considered booster vaccines

  • You must have already received the primary series of Moderna, Johnson & Johnson, Novavax or Pfizer vaccines to be eligible for the bivalent boosters

  • You may have already had 1 or 2 additional COVID-19 boosters.  The CDC is still highly recommending that you get the new bivalent booster, since it is more effective against the Omicron variant. 

  • These new bivalent boosters can be given two months after primary vaccination or a previous booster. 

  • You cannot get the new bivalent booster sooner than 2 months after your last COVID-19 vaccine. 

  • You can get the seasonal influenza vaccine at the same time you get this booster.  Just let the medical assistant know at the time of your COVID-19 booster.  YOU DO NOT NEED TO SCHEDULE A SEPARATE APPOINTMENT.

  • Please choose “Nurse Visit -  Vaccine” as your “Reason for visit” on our website or on our patient portal. 

  •  If you already have a scheduled office appointment, you can get the booster at your office visit.

  • These boosters are considered interchangeable – it is your personal preference which booster you receive.

  •  We are opening the COVID-19 booster schedule one week at a time because to ensure we have adequate supplies.

  • If you have recently had COVID-19, the CDC recommends waiting 3 months after the infection to get a booster. 

Please click on this link for more information about these vaccines from the FDA:  


While getting COVID-19 may offer some natural protection, the risk of severe illness and death from COVID-19 far outweighs any benefits of natural immunity. Getting a COVID-19 #vaccine will help protect you without having to be sick.


Learn more:

For Established Patients Only

New patients please go to PATIENT FORMS and complete


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