COVID-19 admissions are increasing at Dignity Health, Yavapai Regional Medical Center and in nearly every case, over 99 percent, the person admitted was unvaccinated. Whatever we do, we don’t want to lose another life when a simple shot could have saved it. And we don’t want to jeopardize whatever normalcy we recently regained, like reconnecting with friends and family.

If you haven’t received your vaccine, we are still offering them FREE at the locations listed below.

If you are still undecided about the vaccine the best possible source of information is your doctor. Not politicians, not the media, not Joe Schmo with a social media account. Your doctor knows your medical condition and history and is best qualified to advise you. Doctors can also suggest reliable sources where you can research the safety and efficacy of the vaccine.

It’s true a lot of unreliable information is floating around out there, including all kinds of myths about the vaccine. Everything from vaccines make you magnetic, they make you infertile, they rewrite your DNA, they contain a secret chip so the government can track you. In this article doctors debunk those myths.

Community First

As we begin to see COVID-19 infection rates increase once again, officials say the outbreak is now a more localized crisis in communities where people haven’t rolled up their sleeves. Communities, unfortunately, such as ours.

Let’s do it.

“We can minimize the local resurgence of COVID-19 by getting vaccinated,” said William Lockwood, MD, Infectious Disease Specialist, Yavapai Regional Medical Group. “In unvaccinated communities where people are gathering without masks and social distancing we will witness surges, hospitalizations and untimely deaths. We don’t want to go backwards just as life is returning to normal. The vaccine is proving safe and effective, with benefits far outweighing any potential risks.”

Get Your FREE Vaccine

Vaccines are free at the following Yavapai Regional Medical Group (YRMG) vaccination sites. An appointment is necessary. You can schedule your appointment online by visiting www.yrmcvax.org. If you have a YRMC CareConnect Patient Portal account, you can schedule it here.

Yavapai Regional Medical Group, Primary Care
Offering the Moderna vaccine; 18 years of age and older
7700 E. Florentine Road, Building B, Suite 101
Prescott Valley, Arizona
(928) 442-8710

Yavapai Regional Medical Group, Primary Care
Offering the Moderna vaccine; 18 years of age and older
474 N. State Route 89
Chino Valley, Arizona
(928) 636-5680

Yavapai Regional Medical Group, Primary Care
Offering the Moderna vaccine; 18 years of age and older
7700 E. Florentine Road, Building B, Suite 202
Prescott Valley, Arizona
(928) 442-8710

Yavapai Regional Medical Group, Internal Medicine
Offering the Moderna vaccine; 18 years of age and older
3120 Clearwater Drive
Prescott, Arizona
(928) 771-3704

Yavapai Regional Medical Group, Occupational Medicine
Offering the Moderna vaccine; 18 years of age and older
1050 Gail Gardner Way, Suite 100
Prescott, Arizona
(928) 777-0700

Yavapai Regional Medical Group, Ponderosa Pediatrics
Offering the Pfizer vaccine; ages 12 through 18 only
2120 Centerpointe West Drive
Prescott, Arizona
(928) 778-4581