Lowcountry Healthcare Providers Expanding Access to Vaccines
April 19, 2021
As the state prepares to open vaccines to everyone over the age of 16, healthcare providers say they'll start extending hours to meet the influx of people seeking the vaccine. As stated by the article: Lowcountry Healthcare Providers Expanding Access to Vaccines
, Fetter Health says they will be providing second doses of the Moderna vaccine on Wadmalaw Island in Charleston County.
Tidelands Health says they're expanding their evening appointment availability in Georgetown County to better accommodate the surge in demand. Officials at the hospital claim they want to make sure that anyone who is qualified for a shot will get one. Gayle Resetar, Tideland's Health Chief Operating Officer says their sites have done an excellent job of servicing everybody.
Officials with Fetter Health claim a walk-in clinic will be held at Colleton County High School on a first-come, first-served basis. To read more about the expanding availability of the vaccine in the Low Country please visit: Lowcountry Healthcare Providers Expanding Access to Vaccines