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Dr. Eric Vaught, HealthFirst’s Chief Medical Officer, was included as one of the local providers who were asked to participate in the MassLeague’s video project promoting COVID-19 vaccines. Links to the two videos in which he participated are listed below. The first talks about getting a booster, while the second addresses concerns regarding myocarditis and pericarditis:

Vaccine Eligibility Update!

  • COVID-19 Moderna and Pfizer vaccine appointments are available for HealthFirst patients and HealthFirst non-patients.
  • The Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine, a two-shot series given three weeks apart, is recommended for all children 12-18 years of age.  Appointments for HealthFirst patients ages 12-18 are available.
  • The Pfizer Pedi COVID-19 vaccine is also recommended for all children 5-11 years of age.  Appointments for HealthFirst patients ages 5 – 11 are available.
UPCOMING COVID-19 Clinics for HealthFirst Patients and Non-Patients (Includes patients 12 – 17 years of age and non-patients at least 18 years of age.)  

Moderna (18+ years of age):  Every Friday from 8:30-9:30am

Pfizer (12+ years of age): Every Friday from 11:30-12:30pm

Infant Pfizer (6 months-4 years): Every Friday from 10-11am

Pedi-Pfizer( 5-11 years): Every Friday from 1-2pm

Free transportation available for COVID-19 vaccinations and selected medical appointments