All DOD eligible beneficiaries ages 6 months and up can receive the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine or booster via walk-in service at the 92nd Medical Group Immunizations Clinic. The Moderna COVID-19 vaccine is also available to all eligible DOD beneficiaries ages 6 months and up at the 92nd MDG Immunizations Clinic. No appointments necessary. The last vaccine of the day is administered at 4:15 p.m., followed by 15 minutes of observation.
The 92nd Medical Group Immunization Clinic offers walk-in services to all branches of military.
Immunization services include:
- All mandated vaccines
- All recommended/seasonal/optional vaccines for you and your family
- Immunization transcription
- Vaccine education
Influenza Vaccine Update
- It’s critical that everyone who is able receives a flu vaccine. It’s essential that active duty service members, active duty family members and other beneficiaries are well-protected from influenza.
- Please see the guidance below for getting the flu vaccine here at the 92nd Medical Group. Walk-in availability can be verified by calling 509-247-8482.
- Active Duty and Guard/Reserve members are required to get the flu vaccine.
The flu vaccine is available via walk-in service daily to all DoD Beneficiaries
at the 92nd MDG Immunizations clinic on the first floor.
If you are enrolled to the 92nd Medical Group, and you receive a flu vaccine from anywhere else, follow your Service policy guidance for recording the vaccine in your shot record.
You'll need the following information:
- The date the vaccine was given
- The vaccine name or code
- Lot number
Documentation can be dropped off at the 92nd MDG Immunization Clinic, faxed to 509-247-5925, or sent via secure message to your PCM via the Patient Portal
Other Options for Getting the Flu Vaccine
If you’re unable to get the flu vaccine here, you can visit any participating network pharmacy or TRICARE-authorized (civilian) provider. Visit www.TRICARE.mil/flu
to learn more.
Flu vaccination should be postponed for people with suspected or confirmed COVID-19, regardless of whether they have symptoms, until they have met the criteria to discontinue isolation and/or quarantine.
While mild illness is not a contraindication to flu vaccination, vaccination visits for these people should be postponed to avoid exposing healthcare personnel and other patients to the virus that causes COVID-19.