Maui Health is currently vaccinating all residents age 12 and older and also administering the third dose to qualified immunocompromised individuals.* As of September 21, we have provided over 66,000 vaccinations in Maui County. Thank you for taking the important steps to protect yourself and those around you from COVID-19 and doing your part to help end this pandemic.
For a complete list of vaccine clinics in Maui County, visit https://www.mauinuistrong.info.
*Vaccine recipients under 18 years old must be accompanied by a parent/guardian.
August 25, 2021
On Friday, August 20, physician leadership from across Hawaii released a joint statement to the people of Hawaii and plea for help so the hospitals across the state can continue in their commitment to care for our people, both those with COVID and those with other health conditions. Here is an excerpt:
To the People of Hawai’i: We are in this together
Hawai’i is experiencing an unprecedented disastrous surge of COVID-19 throughout the state. We need our health care system able to care for people in Hawai’i who are sick—whether it be from COVID, trauma, stroke, heart attack, cancer or other problem. Our ability to deliver on that need is stretched right now. Because of COVID, as we move from conventional to contingency to crisis capacity throughout the state’s healthcare systems, the worst-case scenario can happen -- there will not be enough healthcare for everyone to get the care they need when they need it. Click here to read the full letter.
August 19, 2021
- Starting Friday, August 20, 2021, qualified immunocompromised individuals who would like a third dose of the Pfizer vaccine may make an appointment in VAMS (vams.cdc.gov) or walk in during clinic hours at Maui Memorial Medical Center. For questions regarding the third dose, visit our vaccine FAQ page.
Why get vaccinated?
The COVID-19 vaccine may be new, but the technology used to create it has been around for over 20 years. Safety studies were done in thousands of patients and now millions have already been vaccinated with very limited side effects.
IT’S HIGHLY EFFECTIVE, EVEN AGAINST SOME NEW VARIANTS
The efficacy rate for the three COVID-19 vaccines currently being offered in the United States is between 75–95%. Studies have shown new strains or variants of the COVID-19 virus are even more contagious, but the good news is research has shown the current vaccines are effective against these new variants.
IT'S THE RIGHT THING TO DO
Getting vaccinated helps prevent you from getting COVID-19, so you are less likely to spread it to others – especially those who are more vulnerable to severe illness and even death. Don’t take that chance.
SIDE EFFECTS ARE MINIMAL
In large clinical trials, most side effects have been minor and typically only last a few days. And remember, experiencing a mild side effect isn’t necessarily all bad, it means the vaccine is working, and your body is building protection against the virus. The COVID-19 vaccine does not include a live COVID virus, therefore it is impossible for the vaccine to give you the virus.
GET BACK TO WORK, BACK TO LIFE
Less disease in our community means less restrictions - in public spaces, your workplace, gatherings, and travel, which means we can finally see our friends and family again, both here at home and across the world.
HELP END THIS PANDEMIC
The best protection we have is to get vaccinated. The more people that get vaccinated, the faster we can end this pandemic.
Everyone can get the COVID-19 vaccine regardless of your ability to pay or whether you have insurance or not.
Multi-lingual resources are also available here.
Vaccine Clinic Information
All eligible residents 12 years of age and older can walk in, without an appointment, during all vaccine clinic days and hours at Maui Memorial Medical Center. If you would like to schedule an appointment ahead of time, start by reviewing the steps under the yellow banner "Schedule an appointment."
Qualified immunocompromised individuals who would like a third dose of the Pfizer vaccine may schedule an appointment in VAMS (vams.cdc.gov) or walk in during clinic hours. For more information on the third dose, please visit our vaccine FAQ page.
What to bring
- Please bring a valid photo ID and insurance card(s).
- Insurance Information Form
- Pre-Vaccination Assessment Questionnaire
Insurance coverage not required for COVID-19 vaccine.
If you have questions regarding the COVID-19 vaccine, visit our COVID-19 FAQ page.
Maui Health Vaccine Clinic location hours
Maui Memorial Medical Center Clinic Hours
MMMC Main Front Lobby Area at 221 Mahalani St., Wailuku, HI
- Monday and Friday 9 am -12 noon AND 1 pm – 4 pm
- Pfizer vaccine provided for first, second, and third doses.
Schedule an appointment
- STEP 1: Schedule your appointment at vams.cdc.gov and select a Maui Health vaccine clinic location (Maui Memorial Medical Center)
- STEP 2: Download and complete the Insurance Information Form and bring on the day of your appointment. (OPTIONAL, but highly recommended)
- STEP 3: Register with V-Safe before you arrive for your appointment. (https://vsafe.cdc.gov/)
- STEP 4: Complete the Pre-Vaccination Questionnaire in VAMS or download and complete form and bring on the day of your appointment. (OPTIONAL, but highly recommended)
- STEP 5: Day of appointment – arrive on time with required documents: valid ID and if applicable, insurance card(s). To streamline your appointment, please also bring a paper copy of your ID, insurance cards, Insurance Information Form, and Pre-Vaccination Questionnaire. If you are under 18 years old, you must be accompanied by a parent/guardian.
Vaccination Record Card
If you got your vaccine at a Maui Health vaccine clinic and lost your CDC COVID-19 Vaccination Record Card, you can do two things:
- You can go online to vams.cdc.gov and log in to your account to print your vaccine certificate.
- You can contact Maui Health to request a replacement card at email@example.com or by calling 242-2273. (NO WALK-INS)
- Replacement cards can take up to 5 days to be produced and you will need to pick it up once it is ready at Maui Memorial Medical Center.
If you did not get vaccinated at a Maui Health clinic, you must return to the provider that administered your vaccination.