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  • 1-COVID Clinic: Boost Dose Clinic for Moderna, Johnson & Johnson, or Pfizer

    COVID Vaccine BOOST DOSE for people 18 years of age and older that meet the following eligibility criteria: 

    Eligibility Criteria for Moderna and Pfizer COVID-19 Boost Dose Vaccine

    • People 65 years of age and older

    • People 18 years of age and older who reside in long-term care settings

    • People age 18 years and older with underlying medical conditions

    • People aged 18 years of age and older who work or live in high-risk settings

    • MUST be at least 6 months from second dose of their primary series.

    Defining Eligibility Criteria for Moderna and Pfizer COVID-19 Boost Dose Vaccine

    • Underlying Medical Conditions: Examples include cancer, chronic kidney, liver, or lung conditions, overweight, history of smoking, HIV infection, dementia or other neurological conditions, diabetes, Down’s syndrome, heart conditions, sickle cell, solid organ or stem cell transplant, pregnancy, mental health conditions, tuberculosis, or substance abuse disorders.

    • High Risk Settings-Healthcare workers, first responders, firefighters, police, congregate care staff, education staff, childcare staff, food and agricultural workers, manufacturing, corrections workers, United States Postal Service workers, public transit, and grocery store workers. 

    • Long term care settings—examples include: Nursing homes, intermediate care facilities, assisted living facilities, senior housing, housing for people with intellectual or physical disabilities, group homes, congregate day programs, and/or inpatient substance abuse settings.

    Eligibility Criteria for Johnson and Johnson COVID-19 Boost Dose Vaccine

    • Age 18 years of age and older

    • Must be at least 2 months from the initial single dose primary series.

    Mix and Match Authorization

    The FDA amended Emergency Use Authorization for COVID-19 vaccines to allow for the use of each of the available COVID-19 vaccines as a mix-and match booster dose in eligible individuals following completion of a primary vaccination with a different available COVID-19 vaccine. A mix and match approach is only allowable for the booster dose only—not as part of a primary series. This means that you will be able to choose the vaccine you want as your boost dose or may do so in consultation with your healthcare provider prior to the clinic. In general, the same product used for the primary regime should be used for the booster.

    Please enter the vaccine of your choice (required component) when it is prompted during the online reservation process. Location is at Community Health at 2712 12th Street in Harlan. 

  • Flu Clinics in Harlan  Warning: There are no dates available for this offering (330).

    You can schedule appointments for flu clinics held at the Community Health office in Harlan here. Dates in Harlan are:  September 16, 18, & 24th and October 1, 7, 15, 23rd.

    If the date you wish to attend does not show up in the calendar, it is full, and you must pick another date .

    For questions or for those without Internet access: Call 755-4422 for help to set up an appointment.

    There are different kinds of flu vaccine available, depending on your age and health:

          A.  Regular flu shot (ages 18 years of age and up)

          B.  Flumist intranasal vaccine for ages 2-49 years of age.

          C. Flublok--18 years of age and up--provides 3x the antigen as a standard quadrivalent vaccine.

         D. High Dose--for 65 years of age and older; provides 4x the antigen as a standard influenza quadrivalent vaccine.

    You MAY request a COVID vaccine to be administered along with your influenza vaccine. If you are 8 months past your second vaccine OR have been told by your healthcare provider to get an additional dose of COVID-19 vaccine due to an immunocompromised condition OR you would like to receive your first dose of COVID-19 vaccine--please request COVID vaccine during the registration process. Your options will be either the Pfizer or Moderna COVID-19 vaccines. Janssen COVID-19 vaccine is not currently available.  You can find COVID consents and Fact Sheets regarding COVID vaccine on the Myrtue Medical Center website at:

    Links to the  Vaccine Information Statements:



    Links to Adult and Child Consent forms:


  • 2021 MMC Employee Biometrics  Warning: There are no dates available for this offering (330).

    2021 MMC Employee Biometrics.

    Dates- Sept. 13, 2021- Oct. 15, 2021


    Held at the PFWC by appointment only. 

    30 minute time slot 

    Wear comfortable clothing and shoes. 


  • Ayzlee's Flu Clinic Elk Horn Community School  Warning: There are no dates available for this offering (330).

    Schedule appointments for Ayzlee's Flu Clinic held at the Elk Horn Community School 4114 Madison Street from 4:30-7:30 p.m. Monday October 4, 2021.

    If this date does not work for you, we are offering several flu clinic in Harlan. Please check the website for dates and times.

    For questions or for those without Internet access, you can make your appointments by calling 755-4422 for help to set up an appointment.

     All persons ages 6 months and up should receive flu vaccine every year.

    Flu vaccinations can be billed to Medicare Part B and Wellmark Blue Cross/Blue Shield if you bring your card. For other insurance plans, we will provide a receipt for you that can be used for reimbursement.

    Children 6 months through 18 years with Medicaid, who have no insurance, who have insurance that does not cover flu vaccine costs or who are Native American or Alaskan Native may receive flu vaccine from the Vaccines for Children (VFC) program at no cost.  The VFC supply is provided by the Iowa Department of Public Health at no charge.  Donations are accepted to help defray expenses.

    Links to the  Vaccine Information Statements:



    Links to Adult and Child Consents:


  • Public Health Vaccine for Children (VFC) Immunization Clinics

    The immunization clinic at Public Health is the first Wednesday (except in August 2020) of even numbered months: (Feb. 3, April 7, June 2, Aug, 4, Oct. 6, Dec. 1st)  from 2:00 p.m.- 6:00 p.m. at our office located at 2712 12th St. in Harlan, Iowa.

    Any child who qualifies for free Vaccine for Children (VFC) or is eligible to receive immunizations in Public Health. Children (Birth-18 years old) who qualify for free VFC vaccine include:

    -Children who have Medicaid
    -Children who have NO health insurance coverage
    -Children who have health insurance, but their insurance does NOT pay for vaccines ( you may call your insurance carrier to find this information)
    -American Indians or Alaskan Natives

    There is a $14.00 administration fee for each child except for those that have Medicaid.  Payment is requested at time of service.

    If your child has any other insurance that pays for vaccines, including Hawk-i, please make an appointment with the immunization nurse at 712-755-4444 or your medical provider to receive needed vaccines.

    If the clinic schedule will not work for you, please contact our office at 755-4422 for an appointment. Otherwise, please sign up each child that you wish to receive immunizations for on the schedule.

    If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us anytime.

    We look forward to helping you and your child(ren) achieve better health outcomes with the use of immunizations.


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