COVID-19 Vaccination
at EHE Health

COVID-19 vaccination is the most important preventive measure of 2021. While not all providers currently administer the vaccine, as the national leader in prevention EHE Health is preparing to obtain the vaccine for all of our eligible patients.

Here’s what you need to know to be prepared when it’s your turn.

ELIGIBILITY

It’s critical to know when you are eligible for vaccination.

Eligibility is different in each state. Generally, in accordance with CDC guidelines, priority is given to health care workers, long-term care facility residents, and individuals over 65 years old, as well as those whose underlying medical conditions put them at greater risk for a more severe case of COVID-19. Common high-risk conditions include but are not limited to: obesity, diabetes, hypertension, COPD or moderate to severe asthma.

Consideration may also be made for people who are pregnant, smoke, or have compromised immunity. It’s critical to know if you have a high-risk condition and may qualify for early vaccination.

Scroll below to see your states vaccine response

 

View CDC Summary for Alabama
View Alabama’s State Vaccination Plan

View CDC Summary for Alaska
View Alaska’s State Vaccination Plan


View CDC Summary for Arizona
View Arizona’s State Vaccination Plan

View CDC Summary for Arkansas
View Arkansas’ State Vaccination Plan

View CDC Summary for California
View California’s State Vaccination Plan
View CDC Summary for Colorado
View Colorado’s State Vaccination Plan
View CDC Summary for Connecticut
View Connecticut’s State Vaccination Plan

View CDC Summary for Delaware
View Delaware’s State Vaccination Plan


View CDC Summary for Florida
View Florida’s State Vaccination Plan

View CDC Summary for Georgia
View Georgia’s State Vaccination Plan


View CDC Summary for Hawaii
View Hawaii’s State Vaccination Plan

View CDC Summary for Idaho
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View CDC Summary for Illinois
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View CDC Summary Indiana
View Indiana’s State Vaccination Plan

View CDC Summary for Iowa
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View CDC Summary for Kansas
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View CDC Summary for Kentucky
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View CDC Summary for Louisiana
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View CDC Summary for Maine
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View CDC Summary for Maryland
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View CDC Summary for Massachusetts
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View CDC Summary for Michigan
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View CDC Summary for Minnesota
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View CDC Summary for Mississippi
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View CDC Summary for Missouri
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View CDC Summary for Montana
View Montana’s State Vaccination Plan

View CDC Summary for Nebraska
View Nebraska’s State Vaccination Plan

View CDC Summary for Nevada
View Nevada’s State Vaccination Plan

View CDC Summary for New Hampshire
View New Hampshire’s State Vaccination Plan

View CDC Summary for New Jersey
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View CDC Summary for New Mexico
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View CDC Summary for New York
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View CDC Summary for North Carolina
View North Carolina’s State Vaccination Plan

View CDC Summary for North Dakota
View North Dakota’s State Vaccination Plan


View CDC Summary for Ohio
View Ohio’s State Vaccination Plan

View CDC Summary for Oklahoma
View Oklahoma’s State Vaccination Plan

View CDC Summary for Oregon
View Oregon’s State Vaccination Plan

View CDC Summary for Pennsylvania
View Pennsylvania’s State Vaccination Plan

View CDC Summary for Rhode Island
View Rhode Island’s State Vaccination Plan

View CDC Summary for South Carolina
View South Carolina’s State Vaccination Plan

View CDC Summary for South Dakota
View South Dakota’s State Vaccination Plan

View CDC Summary for Tennessee
View Tennessee’s State Vaccination Plan

View CDC Summary for Texas
View Texas’ State Vaccination Plan

View CDC Summary for Utah
View Utah’s State Vaccination Plan

View CDC Summary for Vermont
View Vermont’s State Vaccination Plan

View CDC Summary for Virginia
View Virginia’s State Vaccination Plan

View CDC Summary for Washington
View Washington’s State Vaccination Plan

View CDC Summary for Washington D.C.
View Washington D.C.’s State Vaccination Plan

View CDC Summary for West Virginia
View West Virginia’s State Vaccination Plan

View CDC Summary for Wisconsin
View Wisconsin’s State Vaccination Plan

View CDC Summary for Wyoming
View Wyoming’s State Vaccination Plan

Schedule your exam to find out if you may qualify for
vaccination in your state.

EHE HEALTH’S
VACCINATION POLICY

You’re eligible for vaccines within a year of your exam.

EHE Health patients may receive available vaccinations on the day of their preventive exam and may come back to complete the series within the year.

Vaccines Include:

• COVID-19 vaccine*
• Flu
• HPV vaccine
• Hepatitis A vaccine
• Hepatitis B. vaccine
• Meningitis vaccine
• MMR vaccine
• PCV13 vaccine
• Pneumococcal (P23)
vaccine
• Shingles vaccine
• TD/Tdap vaccine
• Varicella vaccine
• Global Travel Services
/Immunizations
*We do not currently have the COVID-19 vaccine but expect to begin administering it shortly. 

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