If you received your 1st dose of the COVID-19 vaccine at TCCH, you will be contacted by a member of our team, to schedule an appointment for your the 2nd dose. We hope to resume vaccinating eligible community members as vaccine supplies allow. Check back for updates. For more information call WA State COVID-19 information hotline, dial 1-800-525-0127, then press #.
TCCH COVID-19 pasco TESTING Sites
緊急護理 – 515 W. Court St.
Mon. – Fri. 8am – 8pm; Sat. 8am – 7pm
Drive-up testing by appointment – 1801 E. Sheppard
Mon. – Fri. 8am – 5 pm
Tri-Cities Community Health is Administering the COVID-19 Vaccine as Directed by the WA State Department of Health
Thank you for your patience as we work with the Washington State Department of Health on vaccine allocation. Vaccine supply is limited across Washington.
- Walk-In vaccine services are not being offered at this time.
Who is eligible to receive the COVID vaccine?
We are currently in Phase 1B tier 1 of vaccine distribution.
The vaccine is available to anyone 65 and older and all people 50 and older who also live in a multigenerational household. This is in addition to populations eligible during phase 1A including health care workers, first responders and people who live or work in long-term care facilities. To see if you are eligible, please go to Phase Finder at FindYourPhaseWA.org (EncuentraTuFaseWA.org) or
click here: Phase Finder in Multiple Languages.
Update: February 23, 2021
Good News – Our Vaccine Shipment Has Arrived!
We will contact you to schedule your 2nd dose appointment.
Please do not walk in to the vaccine clinic without an appointment.
We have received the vaccine shipment delayed last week due to winter weather conditions nationwide. If you received your 1st vaccine dose at TCCH, you will be contacted by a member of our team, to schedule an appointment for your second dose. Please note that the date for your second dose, listed on your vaccination record card, may now be later than indicated, due to the delay in receiving the shipment of the vaccine. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) guidance on intervals between the first and second doses indicates that if you cannot get in on the date listed on your card, it is still safe and effective to get the vaccine up to 6 weeks (42 days) after the original dose. You should not get the second dose earlier than the recommended interval. Thank you for your continued patience.
Answers to frequently asked questions:
Are you offering the COVID vaccine at this time? Yes. At this time, we are offering the 2nd dose of the vaccine to those who received their 1st dose at TCCH. We hope to resume vaccinating community members when vaccine supplies improve.
If I received my first dose at TCCH may I schedule an appointment to receive my second dose? If you received your 1st dose at TCCH, you will be contacted by a member of our team to schedule the appointment for your 2nd dose. Please be patient as we work through recent vaccine shipment delays.
What will happen if I am scheduled to receive my second dose of the vaccine and the supply is limited that day? If the supply is limited you will be contacted by TCCH to reschedule your appointment.
The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) issued new guidance on intervals between the first and second doses. If you cannot get in on the date listed on your card, it is still safe and effective to get the vaccine up to 6 weeks (42 days) after the original dose. You should not get the second dose earlier than the recommended interval.
If I received my first dose somewhere else, may I schedule an appointment for my second dose with TCCH? Initially, please check with your first dose provider for updates. Please be patient as all providers wait for vaccine to arrive.
Where can I find information or other locations offering the COVID vaccine?
西澳 State COVID-19 Information Hotline, 1-800-525-0127 (press #)
The Washington State Department of Health is optimizing the hours for the state COVID-19 information hotline to better serve you.
The hotline is open from:
- 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday
- 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday and observed state holidays
Hotline specialists can answer questions on a variety of COVID-19 topics, including symptoms and testing, exposure to the virus, recommended isolation and quarantine periods, and WA Notify (the state’s exposure notification app).
Additionally, hotline specialists may be able to make COVID-19 vaccination appointments for eligible Washingtonians who do not have internet access, or need help using Phase Finder 和 online appointment scheduling tools.
The fastest service is self-service for vaccination appointments. Please schedule your own appointment online or through your medical provider if you are able, so we can reserve the hotline’s capacity to set appointments for those who need help doing so.
To reach the WA State COVID-19 information hotline, dial 1-800-525-0127, then press #. Language assistance is available.
County: The Benton Franklin Health District website (https://covid19.bfhd.wa.gov/covid-19-vaccine-information/) has information on community partners offering the COVID vaccine.
TCCH: We are experiencing a very high call volume, and have added automated messages and additional team members to answer your questions. Call (509) 543-1412.
We will revise our website to add future vaccination clinics, expanded hours and community events as rapidly as possible.
順便說一下，對於那些抱怨西班牙語的人來說……我是一個白人，在這裡絕對沒有任何麻煩。應該理解，大多數客戶碰巧是西班牙裔，所以這很容易。工作人員熱情友好，非常專業（是的，他們也說英語-哈哈）。 La Clinica是個好地方，我強烈建議任何人享受他們的服務！！！
Everyone is great , the place is very clean. The problem I have is I am tall and the seats at the dentist office and the urgent care are way to short… I trouble with my hip and it impossible to get up without help.. because they are so short and don’t have backs….
Apr 14, 2018
“我想分享我4歲女兒Aaliyah的照片，她今天在TCCH牙科衛生學家Dora Boge的工作非常出色。她是一個典型的孩子，她害怕牙醫，並且不允許人們在她的嘴里工作。不僅感謝多拉，還感謝Brian Schur博士和牙科助理Maritza Pena。由於他們的知識和耐心，關愛，她允許他們進行檢查和兒童保洁。只是想對他們三個人都表示感謝，他們使像我女兒一樣的患者非常舒服，可以坐在牙科椅上，讓我們的孩子完成工作。”