Dignity Well being Mercy Medical Group opens new COVID vaccine clinic
The Dignity Health Mercy Medical Group has expanded the hours people can get the COVID-19 vaccine and now allows walk-in vaccinations.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. – Dignity Health Mercy Medical Group opened another COVID-19 vaccination clinic in Sacramento on Monday, May 17, which the medical group hopes will step up its vaccination efforts.
The medical group opened a new location at 4305 Auburn Blvd. in Sacramento, where more hours are available to vaccinate people. The clinic welcomes adults and children from 12 years to walk-in vaccinations as well as people with scheduled appointments.
This vaccination clinic is open to the public Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Availability is from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., provided that vaccine doses are available.
If you can make an appointment, the Dignity Health Mercy Medical Group said it could be scheduled through myturn.ca.gov or by calling 916-844-1588. To find the location on My Turn, look for it in zip code 95841.
To date, as of May 17, the Dignity Health Mercy Medical Group has administered over 45,000 vaccines. According to Dignity Health, people should arrive 15 minutes before their scheduled appointment with photo identification and a list of current medications.
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