10/30 Milton School Event (Surprise Lake Middle School) 10/28 Federal Way School Event (sacajawea Middle School) NEW PATIENTS (NEVER RECEIVED A DOSE FROM OMLIFE) - PROCEED TO REGISTER FOR 1st, 2nd or 3rd DOSE existing patients (you received your first or second dose from OMLIFE) - REGISTER FOR THIRD DOSES OF PFIZER OR MODERNA

PLEASE READ BEFORE REGISTERING

Thank you for your interest in receiving your Covid-19 Vaccination through OmLife Health Clinic.

WE ARE EXPERIENCING AN EXTREMELY LARGE CALL VOLUME. WE CANNOT RETURN PHONE CALLS AS THIS TAKES AWAY FROM VACCINATION TIME.  PLEASE EMAIL US OR TEXT US at 253-262.0262.

Please review these FAQs as the may answer most of your questions before you start the registration process.

1. When registering, we ask that you take pictures of your government identification and your insurance card (if applicable). THE PICTURES ARE NOT REQUIRED TO COMPLETE THE REGISTRATION PROCESS, but we sure would appreciate them as it makes our check-in process more efficient. If you are having difficulty with the registration, please ask a tech-savvy friend or family member to assist you. We do not offer a paper registration process and we cannot register you on-site at this time, as we lack the manpower.

2. Our clinic is located in Tacoma’s Proctor District on the corner of 27th and North Proctor Street. We only offer vaccinations by appointment. We currently do not offer any walk-up service.

3. The Pfizer Vaccine (anyone 12 and over) requires the administration of 2 doses. The second dose should not be administered earlier than 21 days after the first dose was administered. Per CDC guidelines, you may receive your second dose more than 21 days after the first dose. Ideally, you should receive the second dose no later than 42 days after the first one; however, if you do wait longer than 21 days, you will not have to restart the vaccine series. Our registration system will automatically contact you for your second appointment.

4. The Moderna Vaccine (anyone 18 and over) requires the administration of 2 doses. The second dose should not be administered earlier than 28 days after the first dose was administered. Per CDC guidelines, you may receive your second dose more than 28 days after the first dose. Ideally, you should receive the second dose no later than 42 days after the first one; however, if you do wait longer than 28 days, you will not have to restart the vaccine series. Our registration system will automatically contact you for your second appointment.

5. The Johnson and Johnson Vaccine (anyone 18 and over) only requires a single dose.  We are currently offering all three vaccines. 

Click this LINK for a comparison of the different vaccines currently available in the U.S. 

6. BOOSTER (Third) DOSES – The CDC/FDA has approved a variety of booster doses for the public.

Pfizer Booster – The Pfizer Booster is a third dose of the mRNA vaccine.  It is the same formula as the first 2 doses in the series.  The Booster has been authorized since August for moderately to severely immunocompromised individuals.  As of September 2021, the booster dose has been authorized for anyone over the age of 65 and individuals aged 18-64 who are at severe risk of contracting Covid-19, six months after the second dose.

Moderna Booster – The Moderna Booster is a third dose of the mRNA vaccine.  It is the same formula as the first 2 doses in the series.  The Booster has been authorized since August for moderately to severely immunocompromised individuals.  As of October 22, 2021, a booster dose has been authorized for anyone over the age of 65 and individuals aged 18-64 who are at severe risk of contracting Covid-19, six months after the second dose.  The booster authorized on October 22, 2021, only contains half the amount of normal vaccine dosage (0.25 ml/ 50 mcg vs 0.5 ml / 100 mcg).

J&J Booster – The J&J Booster may be administered 2 months after the first dose of J&J.  The booster may be the original type of vaccine or you may received a single dose of Moderna or Pfizer.

7. Pediatric doses – we are expecting approval of the Pfizer vaccine for children aged 5-11 in the next week.  This pediatric 2 dose series of Pfizer will only contain 0.2 ml / 10 mcg of the vaccine as opposed to the normal 0.3 ml / 30 mcg dosage.