Atwood Family Medical Center has begun to receive SMALL shipments of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine. The office will contact eligible patients based off the Virginia Department of Health guidelines to schedule a vaccine time during one of our clinics. Walk-ins will NOT be accepted. Please DO NOT CALL THE OFFICE to see when you will be able to receive the vaccine as our shipments vary from week to week.
After you have been scheduled to receive the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine, you will need to review the links below. You are required to attest that you have read the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) COVID Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) prior to being administered the COVID-19 vaccine. To facilitate our vaccination process, bring your completed Vaccine Screening Form, picture ID and insurance card(s) to your vaccine appointment.
A mask/face covering/shield IS REQUIRED to enter the Atwood Family Medical Center COVID-19 vaccine clinic. IF YOU ARE EXPERIENCING COVID-19 symptoms (see link below), you will need to reschedule your appointment until your symptoms have resolved.
- Clinics will be held on the 2nd floor at Atwood Family Medical Center
- Arrive 5 minutes before your scheduled appointment for your COVID-19 vaccination
- If you arrive late to your appointment, you may have to wait or reschedule
- Walks-ins for the COVID-19 vaccine will NOT be accepted
CDC COVID-19 SYMPTOMS
COVID-19 VACCINE SCREENING FORM
EMERGENCY USE AUTHORIZATION (EUA)
V-SAFE INFORMATION SHEET
American Diabetes Association
Extensive information about diabetes, its treatments and ongoing research. Advice on nutrition, meal planning, fitness regimes, and lifestyle changes. Interaction nutrition site – My Food Advisor – allows patients to create meal plans, find recipes, and research the foods they can eat.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Leading national public health institute with its main goal to protect public health and safety through the control and prevention of disease, injury, and disability.
Provides evidence-based information and professional assistance to help support the immediate and long-term needs for people trying to quit smoking.
Information on wellness, diseases, drug, and other health topics. Searchable medical encyclopedia and medical dictionary.
National Institutes of Health
Provides easy-to-read descriptions of conditions, causes, symptoms, and treatments.
Sponsored by the American Academy of Family Physicians, presents broader information on the patient experience, not only offering information on conditions and treatments, but tips for understanding medical bills, navigating insurance coverage, and advocating for themselves.
The American Heart Association’s patient portal on heart disease.
Forms can be completed online through the patient portal or you can print them from our website and bring them with you to your appointment.