COVID-19 Vaccine Information

ATTENTION: All COVID-19 vaccine appointments are currently filled. Please stay tuned to this page regularly for updates on when registration will open back up. We apologize for any inconvenience and appreciate your understanding.

We are currently scheduling pre-registered patients through our mobile vaccine clinic. All groups are now eligible. Find out more about our mobile outreach efforts on our news page here.


 If you pre-registered previously we may still give you a call to schedule an appointment at one of our mobile events. When we call you our phone number may show up as SPAM. Please make every effort to answer your phone if you have pre-registered.

Please note: If you have pre-registered it may take 1-2 weeks for you to get a call back for an appointment. We appreciate your patience and understanding.

Want to save more time? Print and fill out our full registration form: English or Spanish and bring it with you.

Have questions about the science and effectiveness of the Moderna vaccine?
Check out any of our educational and informative videos below.


You may find more information about the COVID-19 vaccine in the state of North Carolina here.

Learn more from the Centers for Disease Control here.

Need to get tested for COVID-19? Find dates and locations here.

Why do you still need to wear a mask after getting vaccinated? Our Pharmacy Director Dr. Portia Johnson helps answer that question with CBS-17’s Judith Retana.


COVID-19 Vaccine Information from Wake County

As cases of COVID-19 continue to climb in Wake County, a safe and effective vaccine will help defend us against the virus. Everyone who wants a vaccine will eventually be able to get one for free. But, that process will take months. The supply of the vaccine is low, and the need is high.

Until the vaccine is more widely available, we strongly encourage you to continue practicing the 3 Ws – wear a face covering, wash your hands and wait six feet apart. 


Raj Bahadur, Former Board of Trustees and patient


"People tend to appreciate things better when they are effected by them. Advance Community Health has been there for me when I needed them most. They provide immeasurable service to our community, especially the less fortunate."

Raj Bahadur, Former Board of Trustees member and patient