Everyone who is 12 and over can register NOW. You do not have to wait to schedule your appointment (all clinics are after vaccinations are open to all groups)

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We currently provide Pfizer vaccination at Kitsap General Surgery (9927 Mickelberry Rd, Suite 121 in Silverdale) from 9 AM to 4 PM Monday through Friday. This is a walk-in clinic and no appointment is needed.

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Welcome to the Kitsap COVID vaccination program page.

We are a medical practice in Silverdale. We will be providing vaccinations as we are given them by the state.

The reason we have decided to do it this way is that the more people we are able to vaccinate, the quicker we will have open schools, family gatherings, and increased travel in a safe manner.

The purpose of this page is to:

  • read about the vaccine
  • start the Appointment Availability Process


TEXT  866-925-2711 with any questions.

 

Our Vaccination Process

When you come to the vaccination location at your scheduled time, it is our goal to get you through the process in about 20 minutes. We are doing it in an assembly line manner in order to maximize the number of people who are able to receive the vaccine.

The reason we have decided to do it this way is that the more people we are able to vaccinate, the quicker we will have open schools, family gatherings, and increased travel in a safe manner.

Any questions or concerns, please visit our Facebook page:
facebook.com/KitsapCOVID

How our process works:

First, sign up to be notified when vaccines become available

  • use the above information to sign up for text notification
  • when we have doses available, we will send you a link
  • with that link you will be able to pick an appointment time and fill out the medical questionnaire
  • after completion of the form, you will be directed to a video which talks to you about the vaccine and how the clinic works

Upon arrival, we will ensure:

  • that you have a normal temperature
  • haven’t recently tested positive for COVID
  • and are on the list of people who are scheduled for a vaccination

We will then collect:

  • insurance card (if you have one)
  • license

and you will have an opportunity to ask any questions about the vaccine.

Next, you will then be asked to roll up your sleeve for the vaccination.

After that, you will need to wait for 15 minutes to ensure that you don’t have a reaction to the vaccine (rare).

We will then give you a follow-up appointment card. This will be for four weeks after your first appointment at the same time. You must come for this second appointment. If you can’t, you shouldn’t have the first shot.

Possible Side Effects

The most common side effect is soreness at the injection site. People can also experience body aches and fevers over the next couple of days, although this is less common. Usually, people have a worse reaction after the second shot than the first.

It is also possible, but rare, to have a severe allergic reaction called anaphylaxis that is most commonly experienced by those who have a history of anaphylaxis.

If you have a history of this, we will ask that you arrange to have your vaccination through your primary care doctor’s office or through the hospital.