Miami-Dade County and Dade County Medical Association team up on new COVID-19 vaccine sites
Miami-Dade County and the Dade County Medical Association (DCMA) are opening two new COVID-19 vaccination pods starting on Monday, June 14. The initiative is part of the County’s efforts to bring vaccines to all corners of the community and to partner with a wide array of organizations to make vaccination as accessible as possible.
The new vaccine pods will be available starting June 14 from Monday to Friday from 8 am to 4 pm at the following locations:
Comprehensive Health Center
671 NW 119th St, North Miami, FL 33168
Keralty Hospital Miami (Former Westchester General Hospital)
2500 SW 75th Avenue Miami, Florida 33155
Appointments are not required but recommended to save time on-site. Click here to schedule an appointment: https://public.domo.com/cards/jR8l5
Both the Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson vaccine will be available at these locations. Vaccines are available for all individuals 12 years and older, and minors age 12 – 17 must have a parent or legal guardian with them at the time of the appointment.
About the Dade County Medical Association
The Dade County Medical Association (DCMA) is the organization of choice for physicians who advocate for patients and for the quality and sustainability of the practice of medicine. Promoting quality medical Care since 1903 our mission is to support our members in all aspects of the practice of medicine. DCMA serves physicians and their patients by establishing and promoting ethical, educational and clinical standards for the medical profession and to advocate the highest principle of all, the integrity of the patient/physician relationship.