COVID-19 Vaccine Information
Florida Department of Health in Martin County
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3441 SE Willoughby Boulevard
Stuart, Florida 34994
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COVID-19 Vaccine Update: March 25, 2021
The Florida Department of Health in Martin County (FDOH-Martin) is the lead agency on vaccinedistribution in our area. Martin County is supporting the Florida Department of Health's efforts to distributethe COVID-19 vaccine to our residents and sharing available information. Vaccines are being distributedby the state to the Florida Department of Health in Martin County, Publix, CVS, Walgreens, Walmart andother providers, however, the supply is still limited.
As of Thursday, March 25, we have the following information to share:
As of March 22, the groups eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine in Florida are:
- Persons 50 years of age and older
- 40 and older on March 29
- 18 and older on April 5
- Persons determined to be extremely vulnerable by a physician (form required)
- Long-term care facility residents and staff
- Health care workers with direct patient contact
FDOH-Martin continues to offer vaccinations at a storefront at the north end of the Treasure CoastSquare Mall between Ruby Tuesday and Forever 21.
Vaccinations are available by appointmentonly and will be based on the list from the statewide preregistration system.
Hours of operation areTuesday through Saturday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. (depending upon vaccine availability). Appointments will be scheduled weekly, based on supply. Please note that this is not a drive-thrulocation.
Utilize the statewide system to preregister for vaccination appointments when available. Visit myvaccine.fl.gov to preregister by computer. Those without internet access can call (866) 201-7037 for Martin County. Please note: Residents who have scheduled an appointment through myvaccine.fl.gov can now reschedule or cancel appointments in the system. If you have an appointment scheduled and get the vaccine through another source, please cancel your appointment so the slot may be opened for someone else.
Second shots will be given on Thursdays and Fridays at the mall location, and schedulingcalls will begin the weekend before. If you are contacted to schedule your second shot andare not available for the appointment date, you will be put back in the rotation for the nextround of appointments.
Approximately 74% of Martin County residents age 65+ have been vaccinated to date accordingto FDOH-Martin.Vaccination outreach to underserved areas: FDOH-Martin is working with community partnersincluding the NAACP, House of Hope, Banner Lake Club, Florida Community HealthCenters, United Way of Martin County and faith based organizations to ensure vaccine access forthose living in underserved areas. Through a series of vaccination outreach events heldthroughout the county, FDOH-Martin has provided approximately 2,600 doses of the COVID-19vaccine to those who are eligible.
Florida Medicaid offers free transportation to a COVID-19 vaccine appointment. Once yourvaccine appointment is scheduled, let your Medicaid plan know you need a ride and they will takecare of the rest. If you are not enrolled in a plan, call the Medicaid Helpline at 1-877-254-1055 tofind out the name and phone number for a transportation service. Learn more
Publix is offering vaccinations is now administering both the Moderna and Johnson & Johnsonvaccines, subject to availability. Check the Publix website at www.publix.com/covid-vaccine/floridaon Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 7 a.m. for appointments.
CVS Health is administering the COVID-19 vaccine, however, there are currently no locations inMartin County. Monitor the CVS website at www.cvs.com/immunizations/covid-19-vaccine.Winn Dixie is now be administering the COVID-19 vaccine at two locations in Martin County. Forinformation, visit www.winndixie.com/pharmacy/covid-vaccine/.
Cleveland Clinic is working with FDOH to provide vaccinations based on eligibility criteriadetermined by the state. To receive a vaccine, you must be a Florida resident and an establishedpatient who has seen a Cleveland Clinic Florida provider in the last two years for outpatient orinpatient care. Continue to monitor www.martinhealth.org for updates.
To receive vaccination updates via Martin County's alert system, text MARTINVAX to 888777.
You can also sign up online at www.martin.fl.us/AlertMartin.