Vaccine Locations

Q & A discussion with Dr. Marc Shelton

Chat with HSHS Senior Vice President and Clinical Officer Dr. Marc Shelton as he answers common questions about the COVID-19 vaccines and encourages you to continue to wear a mask, social distance and get the COVID-19 vaccine when it becomes available to you.

It's Your Turn

Our doctors BELIEVE in the science behind the vaccine, and we TRUST them when they tell us it’s safe. You can help us get to the other side of this pandemic It’s your turn.

Just imagine the day when we can … Gather with extended family again. Hug our friends. Book a trip. Shake a hand. Go to a concert. Have a dinner party at your favorite restaurant. Watch your kids play sports again. See a stranger’s smile. Visit grandma. You can help us get to that day. It’s your turn to get the COVID-19 vaccine. It’s safe. And soon, we will all be safe again.

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What about women of childbearing age?

Listen in on this discussion with Dr. J. Ricardo Loret de Mola, medical director of women's health and gynecologist-in-chief at HSHS St. John's Hospital, as he discusses the COVID-19 vaccine and women's health.

Dr. Loret de Mola says there is no evidence that the COVID-19 vaccines cause infertility, but a discussion with your primary care provider or obstetrician is always recommended.

Pregnancy and the COVID-19 Vaccine

Hear from a local obstetrician and a pregnant respiratory therapist about why getting the COVID-19 vaccine is a good idea. Listen as they discuss the risk and benefits, COVID-19 side effects and advice from providers to patients.

COVID-19 risks outweigh vaccine side effects

You’ve seen or have heard about the very worst effects of COVID-19 at our hospitals – as we have had many patients suffer greatly and even pass away. At HSHS we have given thousands of shots already and have had no reports of any unexpected side efects.