Wickenburg Community Hospital (WCH) has delivered 1819 doses of the Moderna vaccine to date. WCH employee and volunteer teams have worked tirelessly to deliver these vaccines locally to our community members and coordinated with Yavapai County to ensure vaccines reach Yavapai County populations including very remote areas. What made these vaccine events even more special was the support our WCH Vaccine Team received from our community members by way of lunch and snack donations.
- Hickman’s Eggs
- Rui Pereira / Ascend Security and Audio, Inc.
- European Kitchen
- Hassayampa Veterinary Services
- Bill Otwell
- Big O Tire
- Scott Blake Constable
In order for each vaccine event to be held on the hospital campus, teams of 20 workers made up of volunteers and hospital employees were needed to perform various roles from registration, to vaccination, to data entry and post injection observation. Most of the employees who worked the clinics would do so in addition to their regular duties, even if it meant long days. The clinics could not have been possible without the volunteers who jumped in to help keep us compliant with state required paperwork and keep the patient flow moving smoothly for each event. Thank you to all our volunteers!
Due to a slowing in community request for vaccine, Wickenburg Community Hospital (WCH) COVID vaccine events have ended first dose vaccines. Second doses will be continuing through Thursday May 6th, 2021.
Here are the final days for vaccine events at Wickenburg Community Hospital:
Second Dose ONLY Clinics:
- Thursday – 4/22 from 7am to 5pm
- Thursday – 4/29 from 7am to 5pm
- Thursday – 5/6 from 7am to 5pm
Those still wanting to receive the first dose of the vaccine need to visit podvaccine.azdhs.gov or call 1-844-542-8201 or dial 211 to register.
The fight for infection prevention goes on as WCH continues to follow guidance issued from Maricopa County Health Department, AZ Health Department and CDC in relation to wearing masks, spatial separation, hand hygiene and updated cleaning and disinfection protocols. We want to thank your community and patient for following these guidelines as they receive services on our various campuses and are grateful to be given the opportunity to serve quality healthcare close to home.