Flu and COVID-19 Vaccines for CareMore Patients

Everything You need to know

CareMore Patients: Get on the list for the vaccine

CareMore cares about your health! According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, a yearly flu vaccine is the first and most important step in protecting against flu viruses. The best way to protect yourself and your loved ones against COVID-19 is also by getting vaccinated. Flu and COVID-19 vaccines are widely available in your community.  Check with your local CareMore Care Center or your personal doctor about a third dose of the COVID vaccine if you are immunocompromised or about getting a booster shot. For more information, sign up to receive a call back from your care team.

Get on the list for Vaccine Alerts

Other places to sign up for the vaccine

If you signed up above and we have you on our list, we still encourage you to get on multiple lists and make an appointment as soon as you can. Below are some state-specific sites where you can get more information and might be able to sign up for an appointment.

State of California

Vaccinate California

Los Angeles County

Orange County

San Bernardino County

Riverside County

Stanislaus County

State of Arizona
  • Pima County Residents can also call: 520-222-0119 Monday-Fridays from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
State of Nevada
State of Virginia
State of Iowa
  • Polk County Residents can also call: 515-286-3798
State of Tennessee
  • Shelby County Residents can also call: 901-222-7468

Things to Know About the
COVID-19 Vaccine

About the Vaccine


Learn about how the vaccine works and some common fact

What to expect after you receive the vaccine

Click here to learn about common side effects of the vaccine 

What to do after the full vaccination

What rules apply after you are fully vaccinated

Vaccine Myths and Facts

Read through our commonly asked questions from patients like you

Got an appointment with CareMore?

Before Your Vaccination Appointment with CareMore

You’ll need to fill out a Pre-Vaccination Checklist and Consent Form. Please download, print, and fill out forms. Remember to bring them with you to your vaccination appointment at the Care Center. If you don’t have a printer, don’t worry. We’ll have the forms at your Care Center. Please remember to bring your reading glasses if you need them to fill out the forms.