To help speed up the process when you come for your vaccine, please print and fill out the below forms and bring them with you to your visit. These forms will be available on-site if you’re not able to print them.
Moderna COVID Vaccine Forms
Pfizer COVID Vaccine Forms
Registration Form for COVID Vaccine
Moderna Consent Form
Pfizer Consent Form
Pfizer Fact Sheet
Sliding Fee Scale Application
Notice of Privacy Practices
Before going to a clinic, check the list below for vaccine availability.
Sea Mar is currently offering first dose vaccines on a walk-in basis when we have received an allocation of first doses from the state. The list below will indicate if a site has first dose vaccines available. Everyone receiving a first dose will receive an appointment for their second dose. Patients receiving their first dose should receive a second dose appointment at the same time as registration. If not, they should stop by the front desk on their way out of the clinic to make a second dose appointment.
When first dose vaccines are available, Sea Mar will post availability below. Patients arriving for a first dose vaccine will be registered and will be given a place in line on a first come, first-served basis. We ask everyone to wear masks and maintain social distancing by allowing six feet between yourself and the next person in line. To avoid long outdoor wait times, patients will be registered and asked to wait in their cars until they receive a phone call to come into the clinic to have their vaccine administered. If you are a relative or care giver for an elderly person who cannot stand in line, you may register for them while they wait in the car.
Please note. Only Sea Mar employees with Sea Mar badges are authorized to register patients and provide vaccine time slots during walk in clinics. Do not accept vaccine time slots from anyone not wearing a badge. You must arrive at the clinic before 3pm in order to receive a vaccine that same day. However due to high demand, even if a clinic is listed as having vaccines available, they may run out of vaccines in the morning and may not be able to provide vaccines to everyone who walks in. We ask patients not to arrive to the clinic before 6am. Our clinics are monitoring this on-site and will communicate with everyone in line about the availability of vaccines to avoid unnecessary wait times. This webpage is updated as changes occur.
Washington residents who meet the following criteria are currently eligible to receive the vaccine:
If you are not included in the categories below, use the WA DOH Phase Finder Tool to find out when you will be eligible for a vaccine.
- Healthcare workers
- First responders
- Staff and residents of long-term care facilities
- Individuals who are age 65 years and older
- Individuals who are age 50 years and older in a multigenerational household, which is defined as a home where individuals from two or more generations reside, such as an elder or grandchild.
- K-12 educators/staff and licensed childcare workers
We will provide updates as the vaccine opens to additional groups of Washington residents who meet eligibility criteria outlined by the state. The timing for vaccinations for each group within the Sea Mar patient community will depend on available vaccine quantities and guidelines from the DOH. For more information on DOH vaccination plans, visit CovidVaccineWA.org.
As you await your opportunity to receive the COVID-19 vaccine, and after you are vaccinated, please maintain the health and safety guidelines of masking, physical distancing, handwashing and avoiding indoor gatherings. Your collaboration on these precautions helps to control the unfortunate rise in COVID-19 cases that is continuing across our state and country.
- The FDA has issued an Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) for the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines
The care and safety of our employees and the patients we serve is always our top priority. As with any vaccine, we will not distribute a COVID-19 vaccine unless it is recommended by the FDA as safe and effective.
- The vaccine is not yet available to the general public
Initial supply of the vaccine is limited. Sea Mar is following DOH guidelines to equitably allocate vaccines. More information can be found at CovidVaccineWA.org
- Stay vigilant to stop the spread of COVID-19
Now and after you receive the COVID-19 vaccine, it is extremely important that you continue to follow CDC guidelines. Continuing to take preventative measures such as washing your hands regularly, wearing a face covering in public, and following physical distancing guidelines and government quarantine directives in your area, will help stop the spread of COVID-19.
- How are COVID vaccines being made:
Watch this video below created by Washington State Department of Health:
- How Would COVID Vaccines work in your body?
Watch this video below created by Washington State Department of Health:
Click on each question to get an answer.
When can I get vaccinated?
The Department of Health has selected people in certain groups to get the vaccine first. Washington residents who meet the following criteria are currently eligible to receive the vaccine:
• Healthcare workers
• First responders
• Staff and residents of long-term care facilities
• Individuals who are age 65 years and older
• Individuals who are age 50 years and older in a multigenerational household, which is defined as a home where individuals from two or more generations reside, such as an elder or grandchild.
• K-12 educators/staff and licensed childcare workers
Eventually, everyone who wants to get the vaccinated will have access to it. Visit findyourphasewa.org for more information about when you may be eligible to receive a vaccine.
What if I decide I do not want to get vaccinated?
Without immunization, you place yourself at greater risk of severe illness or long-term health issues from COVID-19. When you get the vaccine, you also help protect people in high-risk groups that might not be able to get vaccinated themselves.
We understand this is an important decision. It is your right to decide if you want to receive a vaccine. You should use the most accurate information to make a decision. If you have any concerns about the vaccine, talk to your provider. It is their job to help you make the best choices about your health, like receiving the COVID-19 vaccine.
What is the cost?
How do the vaccines work?
How is the vaccine administered?
Are COVID-19 vaccines safe?
Overall, the risk of an adverse reaction remains very low — especially when compared to the potential complications of a COVID-19 infection.
For more information about vaccine safety, read 8 Things to Know about the Coronavirus Vaccine from the CDC.
Are there side effects?
- Side effects feel severe or last more than a few days
- Redness or tenderness where you got the shot increases after 24 hours (it is normal for the area to be a little sore for a few days)
When you receive your vaccination, you will get information about how to use your smartphone to sign up for V-Safe. V-Safe is the CDC’s mobile app that helps you track health effects after you receive the vaccine.
If I receive the COVID-19 vaccine, do I still need to take precautions like wearing a mask?
If I already had COVID-19, should I still get vaccinated?
Can I get vaccinated if I am pregnant or breastfeeding?
Should children get vaccinated?
Will the vaccine make long-term changes to my DNA?
Where can I get more information about the vaccine?
Follow these guidelines from the CDC
Click on the image above to download the COVID-19 Vaccine Fact Sheet
- DOH Phase Finder - findyourphasewa.org
- DOH COVID-19 Vaccine Updates - www.CovidVaccineWA.org
- CDC COVID-19 Vaccination Resources - www.cdc.gov/vaccines/covid-19/index.html
- FDA COVID-19 Vaccine Information - www.fda.gov/emergency-preparedness-and-response/coronavirus-disease-2019-covid-19/covid-19-vaccines/