Granville Health System COVID-19 Vaccine
All COVID-19 vaccine appointment slots are full. Please check back regularly for further opportunities.
Vaccines are your best shot against COVID-19. Beginning on January 14, 2021, anyone 65 years or older can take a safe vaccine to protect you from getting COVID-19. Because there’s not currently enough vaccine for everyone to be vaccinated at the same time, the NC Department of Health and Human Services (NCDHHS) is opening the next phase of vaccinations in early January in groups.
Due to the very limited supply of the vaccine, only individuals with a confirmed appointment will receive the vaccine at Granville Health System. Click the box below or call 919.691.5198 to make an appointment.
Granville Health System will offer the vaccine while supplies last:
- Saturday, January 16 and Sunday, January 17 from 7:00am - 7:00pm. By appointment only.
- On Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 10:00am - 4:00pm. By appointment only.
- Due to the very limited supply of the vaccine, only individuals with a confirmed appointment will receive the vaccine at Granville Health System.
- The COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic will be held in the parking lot of Granville Primary Care & OB/GYN located at 110 Professional Park Drive in Oxford, on the campus of Granville Medical Center. Follow road-side signage for direction and guidance.
- All vaccines will be administered while patients are in the car. You will not have to enter the building. There is a 15 minute observation period required after receiving the vaccine.
Who is currently eligble to receive the vaccine:
Health care workers in high-risk COVID-19 areas and long-term care facilities' staff and residents.
Health care workers caring for and working directly with patients with COVID-19, including staff responsible for cleaning and maintenance in those areas.
Health care workers administering the vaccine
Long-term care staff and residents -- people in skilled nursing facilities and in adult, family, and group homes
Adults 65 and older and front-line essential workers.
Group 1: Anyone age 65 and older, regardless of health status or living situation
Group 2: Healthcare workers and frontline essential workers 50 years and older*
Group 3: Healthcare workers and frontline essential workers of any age
*The CDC defines front-line essential workers as first responders (e.g. firefighters and police officers), corrections officers, food and agricultural workers, U.S. Postal Service workers, manufacturing workers, grocery store workers, public transit workers, and those who work in the education sector (teachers and support staff) as well as child care workers.