vaccines

Pioneer Memorial Hospital & Health Services is following the guidance set by the CDC and the South Dakota Department of Health to administer vaccines to those defined priority populations once sufficient doses are available. Please remember, the COVID-19 pandemic and COVID Vaccination Plan are evolving situations, and we are implementing changes immediately as needed.

COVID-19 vaccinations are an important tool to help stop the pandemic. They provide a safer way to immunity by avoiding severe risks and complications created by the COVID-19 virus. Combining the vaccine with other safety measures, including mask wearing, social distancing and frequent hand washing, provides the best opportunity for stopping the pandemic.

The SD Dept of Health has put together a comprehensive plan to offer vaccines to all South Dakotans who want it. It is offered in phases to cover priority groups, such as healthcare workers and those at most risk from COVID-19 first. Once one phase or sub-phase is completed, vaccinations will be offered to the next eligible group.

CURRENTLY COVID VACCINES ARE OPEN TO EVERYONE 18 YEARS OF AGE AND OLDER. (AGES 16 YEARS OF AGE AND OLDER WILL BE ABLE TO RECEIVE PFIZER COVID VACCINE ON SATURDAY, APRIL 17TH FROM 9:00AM-10:00AM): This is for all Turner County residents and those who have their PPC (primary care provider) at Pioneer Memorial Hospital & Health Services.

VACCINE CLINICS FOR MODERNA ARE AVAILABLE EVERY WEDNESDAY.

SCHEDULED APPOINTMENTS ARE REQUIRED. SLOTS ARE BASED ON A FIRST-COME, FIRST-SERVE BASIS BY CALLING (605) 326-5201 (M-F: 8am-5pm). This vaccine is available to all Turner County residents and those who PPC (primary care provider) is Pioneer Memorial Hospital & Health Services. (18 years of age and older; 16-17 years of age can first receive their vaccine starting Saturday, April 17th)

Enter thru main Pioneer Memorial Hospital south entrance door when coming for your scheduled appointment. Parking will be available in the sidewalk in front of the nursing home and also the front of the facility.

COVID-19 Vaccine: Priority Groups for Phase 1

Additional COVID-19 Vaccine Information from SD Dept. of Health:

The speed at which we move from one phase to the next depends on a number of factors, including how many vaccine doses are shipped to South Dakota each week. More information can be found on the DOH website SD Dept. of Health

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