COVID-19 Medication Information
COVID-19 Vaccine Support Fetter


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Fetter Health Care Network (Fetter) will be hosting several COVID-19 vaccination clinics in Charleston County during the week of May 17. The upcoming schedule currently includes the distribution of the first and second doses of the Moderna vaccine. According to the Emergency Use Authorization, individuals 18 years and older can receive the Moderna vaccine.

“We are proud to continue serving our friends and neighbors by offering additional opportunities for COVID-19 vaccinations,” said Aretha R. Powers, DHA, CEO of Fetter. “These clinics will feature either dose 1 or dose 2 of the Moderna vaccine and are open to the community.”

Currently, Fetter is administering the Moderna vaccine at the clinics listed below. Please note, second-dose clinics are intended for individuals who received their first dose vaccine at a previous Fetter clinic.

Fetter’s upcoming clinic dates include:

Vaccine Type Date Time Location
Moderna

Dose 2

Monday, May 17 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. Author Christopher Community Center

265 Fishburne St.

Charleston, SC

Moderna

Dose 2

Tuesday, May 18 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. New Covenant Church of God

2801 Ashley Phosphate Rd.

North Charleston, SC

Moderna

Dose 1

Wednesday, May 19 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. North Charleston Fire Dept., Station #2

2800 Carner Ave.

North Charleston, SC

Moderna

Dose 2

Thursday, May 20 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. North Charleston Athletic Center

5794 Caper Padgett Way

North Charleston, SC

 

Individuals who qualify should arrive at the clinic and complete an on-site registration. Fetter is also now accepting appointments, which can be scheduled by visiting the SC DHEC website. Individuals are requested to bring a state-issued photo identification and insurance card, if applicable. Fetter serves both insured and uninsured patients.

Individuals are asked to anticipate a moderate wait time, as previous clinics have been well attended. It is also encouraged that recipients refrain from arriving prior to 30 minutes before the start of the vaccine clinics.

Fetter will continue providing updates on its COVID-19 vaccination clinics at FetterCovid19Screening.org/vaccine-clinic and on social media channels. For more information on Fetter’s health care services and locations, visit FetterHealthCare.org.