South Fallsburg, NY – RefuahHealth is pleased to begin providing COVID-19 vaccinations at its Sullivan County location in South Fallsburg, NY. The health center is excited to expand its vaccination efforts to rural Sullivan County, working hand-in-hand with the local community to get shots into arms. Vaccines are currently available for any individual who qualifies under New York State’s prioritization framework which can be accessed at https://covid19vaccine.health.ny.gov.
RefuahHealth is committed to providing the residents of Sullivan with vaccines in a safe, convenient, and comfortable location. Vaccinations are given by a qualified health professional, in a private setting, and without a long wait.
“We recognize the unique challenges of getting vaccines to rural communities,” said Alexandra Khorover, Chief Strategic Officer, “RefuahHealth is eager to work with the local community to protect as many rural residents as quickly as possible.”
“We want to make vaccines available to residents where they are,” said Ms. Khorover. “That means working with community partners to reach individuals who are at a higher risk of contracting the virus, and who are often the hardest to reach.”
From the outset of the pandemic, RefuahHealth has leveraged its resources and community connections to ensure the best possible health for its patients and community. RefuahHealth is proud to continue being a leader in the vaccination efforts that will help bring an end to the pandemic. RefuahHealth manages vaccination distribution according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and New York State guidelines. Additional vaccine doses are expected to arrive at RefuahHealth this week.
To reserve a vaccination appointment at a RefuahHealth site, visit www.RefuahHealth.org, click Get the Shot and complete the short questionnaire or call 845.290.8970. You’ll receive a follow-up message when your vaccine becomes available.
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