COVID-19 has changed the world, but vaccines are the best option to fight this deadly disease. There are new revelations and recommendations continually being advised on when and how often to vaccinate to reduce your risk of serious complications from COVID-19. At Rapid Healthcare, we are adhering to the latest recommendations on COVID-19 vaccines and offer these injections at our walk-in clinic in Bolingbrook, IL.
Rapid Healthcare offers three types of vaccines that are approved and authorized by the CDC, such as Pfizer, Moderna and Johnson & Johnson. Booster vaccines are also available at our walk-in clinic and can also be delivered or administered in the location of the individual. Our medical staff can administer the vaccine and explain the possible side effects and what to expect after your treatment.
Convenient Access to Same Day Vaccines
When the COVID-19 vaccines first became available, it was difficult to make appointments or find access to the vaccine. Now, you do not need to wait in long lines or schedule weeks in advance to receive your first, second or booster dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. You can choose which vaccine you prefer based on your own research and receive your injection the same day when you come to Rapid Healthcare. We offer convenient scheduled appointments if you call ahead, or you can drop by our walk-in clinic for same day assistance if you are ready to receive your vaccine.
The CDC is constantly updating their recommendations on who is eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine and how often patients should be boosted. If you are not sure whether you need another vaccination, you can call our medical clinic. We can share the most recent recommendations by the CDC for vaccination. If you are eligible for vaccination, we can schedule an appointment at our center.
If you are looking for same day COVID-19 vaccines or testing in the Woodridge or Romeoville area, contact us online, call or stop by our clinic in Bolingbrook, IL. We offer the convenience of a walk-in clinic with the personalized medical treatment of a primary care facility. Rapid Healthcare accepts most health insurance plans and Medicaid, which may cover your vaccine or testing.