Steps to get Vaccinated for COVID-19
- Find your nearest MD Now location
- Book your
- One of our trained professionals will administer the vaccine
Find your nearest MD Now location and book your appointment online. Due to high demand, we cannot take walk-ins at this time. MD Now is following state and local county eligibility requirements to administer COVID-19 vaccinations. For the latest eligibility requirements in the state of Florida, please visit the state’s website.
Due to limited supply, MD Now can only administer COVID-19 vaccines to individuals with verified insurance coverage. Click here for a list of insurances accepted at MD Now.
If you need to cancel your COVID-19 appointment please click here.
Enter your information and we will contact you as they become available in our clinics.
MD NOW is currently offering the Moderna vaccine at select locations.
There is no cost for a COVID-19 vaccine for individuals with verified insurance coverage. Click here for information on accepted insurances at MD Now.
For individuals without insurance coverage, please visit the Florida DOH website for vaccination sites offering COVID-19 vaccines at no cost.
Yes. An appointment is required to receive a COVID-19 vaccine. Appointments can be made online only.
Due to limited supply, MD Now can only administer COVID-19 vaccines to individuals with verified insurance coverage. Click here for information on accepted insurances at MD Now.
Please do not schedule a COVID-19 vaccine appointment if you do not have verified insurance coverage.
MD Now is following state and local county eligibility requirements to administer COVID-19 vaccinations. Currently, anyone 18 years of age and older can receive a COVID vaccine.
For the latest eligibility requirements in the state of Florida, please visit the state’s website.
The Moderna vaccine requires two doses to receive the full vaccination. Your 2nd dose appointment will be made for you by our staff before leaving your 1st dose appointment. The 2nd dose appointment will be scheduled for 28 days later.
As we receive additional shipments of vaccines, more appointments will open up on MDNOW.COM, so we encourage you to continue to check for an open appointment at our clinics currently administering COVID-19 vaccines.
All patients need to bring their driver’s license and insurance card, if they have one, to their COVID-19 vaccine appointment.
Simply complete our online appointment cancellation form.
One of our trained professionals will administer the COVID-19 vaccination.
Yes. According to the CDC, COVID-19 vaccines can be offered to eligible persons regardless of whether they have a history of prior symptomatic or asymptomatic SARS-CoV-2 infection. Data from clinical trials indicate that vaccinations can be safely administered in persons with evidence of a prior infection. However, you should delay your vaccination until 90 days after diagnosis – this is when antibody protection declines.
Adverse reactions are usually mild to moderate in intensity and resolve within a few days. The most common adverse reactions reported after vaccination in clinical studies included:
To protect yourself and others around you and to protect against severe disease leading to hospitalization or death. Once you are fully vaccinated and have passed the 2-week recommended wait period, you do not need to quarantine if exposed to someone with COVID-19.
No. According to the CDC, none of the vaccines contain live virus that can make you sick.
It is not yet known how long COVID-19 vaccination will offer protection – periodic boosters, such as with the annual flu shot, may or may not be needed.
People are considered fully vaccinated 2 weeks after their second dose in a 2-dose series, such as the Pfizer or Moderna vaccines or 2 weeks after a single-dose vaccine, such as the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.
We encourage you to check the following websites for more information about the vaccines offered at MD Now.
Online check-ins are a great way to let us know you are on your way. We will do our best to see you at your check in time, but patients with more emergent needs will require immediate treatment.