Ready for your shot? Here’s where you can get a vaccine

Vaccines are now open to groups 1-3, with three approved vaccines being offered at various health departments, pharmacies, health groups and vaccination clinics. (Port City Daily/File)

SOUTHEASTERN N.C. — More supply is coming to North Carolina, which means more providers have been onboarded to give the shots.

As April 7 approaches, when vaccines open to any North Carolinian that wants one, where to get a vaccine is still top-of-mind for many.

Below are a list of places that are administering or are on a list to receive doses.


County health departments, hospitals, health groups, vaccination events and clinics, and pharmacies in southeastern N.C. are giving the shots. Port City Daily will continue to update the list as more providers are onboarded.

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Health Departments & Hospitals

Brunswick County Public Health

Novant Health, Brunswick County Health Services and Dosher Memorial Hospital administer vaccines at the Brunswick Community College Williamson Auditorium parking lot.

Walk-ups aren’t allowed and appointments open according to supply from the state; folks can preregister here.

Folks with questions or who need to register an account via phone can call the public health hotline at 910-253-2339 or email coronavirus@brunswickcountync.gov.

Columbus County Public Health

When supply is available, vaccine appointments can be made by calling  (910) 798-6800.

Columbus County is an hour drive from Wilmington.

Cumberland County Public Health

Cumberland County is currently scheduling Pfizer and Moderna vaccines (they do not have Johnson & Johnson) at the Crown Expo Center, 1960 Coliseum Dr. in Fayetteville.

The clinics are open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. as supplies are available. Tuesday is for second-dose appointments only; Wednesdays is both first and second doses; and Fridays are for first doses. A standby lane is open on Fridays only from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.

Folks can register for an appointment here, and those who need help filling out a form can call (910) 678-7657 to schedule the appointment.

Cumberland County is about an hour-and-a-half drive from Wilmington.

New Hanover County Public Health

New Hanover County only books appointments when supply is available. Folks can sign up here to be notified when appointments open.

Appointments can be made by calling 910-798-6800; vaccines are given at the New Hanover County Health and Human Services building on Greenfield and 16 streets.

New Hanover County Public Health also will be opening a vaccine site at Independence Mall soon, which is slated to be open by appointment only through September.

New Hanover Regional Medical Center

The hospital only books appointments when supply is available. Folks can check in here to be notified of when appointments open.

Appointments can be made by calling (910) 662-2020 or logging onto nhrmc.org/coronavirus. NHRMC’s vaccine clinic is located at Stone Theaters Pointe 14 Cinemas Barclay.

Onslow County Public Health

Onslow County is asking folks to fill out a registration form and then email it to OCHD-Vaccine@onslowcountync.gov in order to schedule a Covid-19 vaccine. Someone from public health will then call back to schedule the appointment.

The health department will schedule your first and second dose separately. Questions can be directed to the Citizens Phone Bank at 910-989-5027.

Onslow County is about an hour drive from Wilmington.

Pender County Public Health

Pender County only books appointments when supply is available. Folks can check in here for when appointments open.

Appointments can be made online or by calling 910-663-4200. All appointments through Pender public health are scheduled at either 803 S. Walker St. in Burgaw or at the Hampstead Annex, located at 15060 US Hwy. 17.


Pharmacies

Cape Fear Pharmacy

The community pharmacy is waiting to receive the vaccine from the state but has not yet.

However, they have a waitlist here for folks to go ahead and sign up.

CVS

CVS has now opened as vaccine sites in Asheboro, Charlotte, Denton, Greensboro, Monroe, Wake Forest, and Wilmington.

Check in here to see appointment availability.

Galloway Sands Pharmacy

With locations in Supply and Southport, Galloway Sands will be offering vaccines. Folks can sign up to be put on their vaccine contact list here; appointments will be made based on supply only.

Harris Teeter Pharmacy

The North Carolina-based Harris Teeter Pharmacy is signing up appointments here — walk-ups are not allowed, nor does it have a waitlist.

King’s Pharmacy

The community pharmacy is waiting to receive the vaccine from the state but has not yet.

However, they have a waitlist here for folks to go ahead and sign up.

Realo Drugs

Realo Drugs in Pender County receives vaccine supply. The pharmacies, which have locations across eastern N.C., are receiving a small allotment.

Folks can check in at their website for clinics and appointments. There isn’t a waitlist at this time.

Rocky Point Pavilion Pharmacy

The community pharmacy is receiving limited vaccines. They have a waitlist here for folks to sign up.

Village Pharmacy at Hampstead

The community pharmacy receives about 100 doses of the vaccine a week. Folks can sign up to be on their waitlist here — walk-ups are not allowed.

Walgreens

As part of the Federal Retail Pharmacy Program, Walgreens is booking appointments ahead of time here — walk-ups are not allowed, nor does it have a waitlist.

Appointments can also be made through their automated phone system by calling your local Walgreens.


Health Groups & Private Practices

Batish Family Medicine

A limited supply of vaccines are coming into Batish Family Medicnce in Leland.

To learn more, click here.

Black River Family Practice

The Pender County Family Practice is now a vaccine provider and receives limited supply. It gives vaccines by appointment only.

Find out more here.

Cape Fear Valley Health

Cape Fear Valley Health serves Fayetteville, Fort Bragg, Hope Mills, Raeford, Lumberton, Elizabethtown, Clinton, Lillington, Dunn, and other areas.

Folks can preregister for numerous vaccination clinics they have scheduled in Elizabethtown, Raeford, and Fayetteville (up to an hour or so outside of Wilmington).

The group updates clinics according to vaccine supply. It’s also now serving everyone who wishes to have a vaccine, regardless of group.

CommWell Health

With many locations in the tri-county region CommWell Health is receiving limited vaccines in its Southport, Bolivia and Penderlea locations..

Folks can check out their vaccine page here for upcoming clinics, or call 1-877-935-5255 for more information.

Goshen Medical Center — Southport

The Southport location is receiving limited doses of vaccines and booking them via appointment.

Folks can check in here for more info.

MedNorth

MedNorth on North Fourth Street is a federally backed vaccine clinic and schedules appointments through various outreach events listed on its website, with instructions and a link on how to sign up.

Folks can also call 910-202-8617.

New Hope Clinic

The Southport location is receiving limited doses of vaccines and booking via appointment as supply is available. The clinic works with the uninsured and low-income adults of Brunswick County.

Folks can check in here for more info.

StarMed Healthcare

Serving Mecklenburg, Chatham, Columbus, Guilford, Onslow, and Wake counties, folks can check in here to register.

StarMed offers both first and second doses. Columbus and Onslow counties are about an hour drive from Wilmington.

UNC Health Southeastern

The healthcare group is hosting numerous vaccine clinics in southeastern N.C., including in Lumberton, St. Paul’s and Pembroke areas, about an hour-and-a-half outside of Wilmington.

Appointments are needed to get a vaccine. Ongoing vaccine clinics will be updated on the group’s homepage. Click “Get Vaccinated” to schedule an appointment.

Wilmington Health

The local health group opens appointments only when supply is available. Folks can check in here to be notified of when appointments open.

Appointments can be made by calling (910) 407-5115 or logging onto https://www.wilmingtonhealth.com/covidvaccine.


Mass Vaccination Sites

Onslow American Legion — Jacksonville

StarMed Healthcare has an Onslow County site at American Legion at 146 Broadhurst Rd. in Jacksonville, N.C.

Folks can register here to get their first and second doses.

FEMA Site — Greensboro

Four Seasons Centre in Greensboro is set up as a federally supported FEMA site for mass vaccinations. It has been chosen among more than a dozen other cities, in an effort to reach underserved and marginalized communities.

The site is open to the public and administering around 3,000 doses of the vaccine Monday through Sunday through the end of April. Appointments can be scheduled here.

Folks must preregister for the drive-thru or walk-up event, which has ample parking. It’s also situated near public transit; people who choose to walk to the site will go to Dillards.

Bank of America Stadium — Charlotte

Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte hosts vaccination events at Bank of America Stadium.

Hosted by Atrium Health, appointments are needed ahead of time to get the vaccine. Bank of America Stadium is located at 800 S. Mint St. in downtown Charlotte.


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