We provide all inoculations by appointment only to active duty personnel, retirees and dependents. Flu shots are administered seasonally to all beneficiaries.
Appointments can be made by calling 781-225-6172.
- Smallpox administration is currently suspended due to the pandemic per DHA guidance.
- Tuberculosis Skin Tests are not administered on Thursday.
Influenza Vaccine Update
The flu vaccine is now available to all eligible beneficiaries age 6 months and older. Please contact 781-225-6789 to schedule an appointment.
COVID-19 Vaccine Availability
COVID-19 vaccine candidates are being offered through an Emergency Use Authorization by the Food and Drug Administration. The vaccine is being administered in phases to DoD uniformed service members, both the active and Selected Reserve components, including members of the National Guard; dependents; retirees; civilian employees, and selected DoD contract personnel as authorized in accordance with DoD regulation.
The vaccine is being offered on a voluntary basis, but priority populations are highly encouraged to get it. Getting the COVID-19 vaccine protects yourself, your family, your community and our nation.
To learn more about the phased plan and DoD priorities, visit: www.health.mil/COVIDVaccine
Getting the COVID-19 Vaccine
The 66th Medical Squadron has moved to Tier 2 (remaining population) of the DoD prioritization schema. Vaccinations are provided on a walk-in basis at our main clinic. Walk-in hours are Wednesdays and Fridays, 9:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Individuals who have already received their first dose of the Moderna vaccine should plan to receive their second dose four weeks (28 days) after their initial dose.
Individuals who have already received their first dose of the Pfizer vaccine should plan to receive their second dose three weeks (21 days) after their initial dose.
What Happens Next?
Once you receive the vaccine, if you experience any side-effects or have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us directly at 781-225-6789 or contact the MHS Nurse Advice Line.