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COVID-19 Vaccine

Visitor Guidance | Keeping You Safe | COVID-19 Vaccine |


We are not accepting NEW appointment requests at this time.

WE ARE NOT PROVIDING ANY FIRST DOSE WALK-IN VACCINES (this includes stand-by walk-ins). We understand everyone is anxious to get their vaccine but in order to keep it a safe and efficient process, we ask you to follow the processes we have set up. We are not providing any first doses until further notice.

Maui Health continues to advocate for vaccines for our community! We thank you for your patience and ongoing support of our community hospitals and healthcare heroes!

Announcements

January 15, 2021

Unfortunately, we were just informed by the state that we will not be receiving the shipment we anticipated this week. Additionally, our next scheduled shipment will also contain less doses than we have requested.

  • Because of this, we have made the difficult decision to postpone all first dose appointments to ensure that we have enough doses of the vaccine to provide second doses to those who will require them over the next few weeks. View and download the vaccine clinic update informational flyer.
  • We will continue to communicate updates as soon as possible. Mahalo for your patience. Please know that we are working tirelessly to advocate for more vaccines for our Maui community and we will not stop until every single person that wants to, is vaccinated.
  • If you already submitted an appointment request form, we are working to assist you to get registered in VAMS. You should have already received an email from VAMS. Please review the important notes below AND the VAMS JOB AID for assistance.
  • For more information on our vaccine clinic and next steps, please find the appropriate group that applies to you below.

If you got your first dose at UH Clinic (Moderna Vaccine) and need to contact someone about your second dose, please contact the Maui District Health Office UH Vaccine clinic to schedule that appointment at DOH.MDHOcovid19clinics@doh.hawaii.gov. You CANNOT get your second dose at the hospital (Pfizer Vaccine).


Vaccine Clinic Information

For more information on our vaccine clinic and next steps, please find the appropriate group that applies to you below. If you have questions regarding the COVID-19 vaccine, visit our COVID-19 FAQ page.

If you need to get your SECOND PFIZER vaccine dose

If you had a SECOND DOSE PFIZER VACCINE appointment on a Saturday or Sunday through February 7th

Please WALK-IN for your second dose 17-24 days after your first dose, during clinic hours:

  • Monday through Friday 7:30 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.
  • For shorter wait time, we recommend walk ins between 10 am – 2pm or 3 pm - 8pm. The later afternoon/evening timeframe is most optimal for least wait time.

View and download the informational flyer.

If you had a SECOND DOSE PFIZER VACCINE APPOINTMENT scheduled for a weekday through February 7th

There are NO CHANGES to your appointment. Please arrive to your appointment as scheduled.

If you need your SECOND DOSE PFIZER VACCINE but do not have an appointment through February 7th

Please WALK-IN for your second dose 17-24 days after your first dose, during clinic hours:

  • Monday through Friday 7:30 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.
  • For shorter wait time, we recommend walk ins between 10 am – 2pm or 3 pm - 8pm. The later afternoon/evening timeframe is most optimal for least wait time.

View and download informational flyer.

If you received your first dose of MODERNA VACCINE at UH-Maui College Clinic

If you were administered your first dose at the University of Hawaii Maui College (UHMC) Clinic (Moderna Vaccine) and need to contact someone about your second dose, please contact the Maui District Health Office UH Vaccine clinic to schedule that appointment at DOH.MDHOcovid19clinics@doh.hawaii.gov.

It’s important to note you must receive the same vaccine for both doses from the same manufacturer. You CANNOT get your second dose at the hospital (Pfizer Vaccine).

If you need to get your FIRST PFIZER vaccine dose

If your first dose appointment was cancelled

If you're first dose appointment was cancelled, you are on a priority list and will be contacted directly by Maui Health once enough vaccine is available to reschedule.

Please note:

You may receive automated emails from the VAMS system reminding you to reschedule your appointment – please DISREGARD these emails and watch for weekly updates from Maui Health in your inbox.

IMPORTANT: NO WALK-INS OR STAND BYS WILL BE ACCEPTED FOR FIRST DOSE VACCINE ADMINISTRATION

If you've filled out an appointment request form

If you've already filled out an appointment request form, we are working to assist you to get you registered on VAMS. You should have already received an email from VAMS. To get registered:

  1. Review important documents. Please take the time to review the information below for assistance with registration process:
    1. BEFORE beginning the VAMS registration, review the VAMS Job Aide.
  2. Create an account with VAMS. The email from VAMS will include instructions on how to create your account in VAMS.
  3. Standby. Because we are not currently accepting new appointments, our vaccine clinic location is not available in VAMS. Once appointments are open again, you can then schedule your first dose appointment in VAMS.

Didn't receive the VAMS registration email?

Make sure you DID NOT use the same email for more than one person. The VAMS system identifies the user by their email and each email address can only be connected to ONE PERSON.

Pease BE PATIENT. Due to an overwhelming number of requests, it may take longer to receive your VAMS email or any email communication from our team. We are working as fast as we can and we appreciate your patience. We can assure you that we will be able to serve anyone and everyone who qualifies, but it may take some time. Thank you for your understanding and support!

If you HAVE NOT filled out an appointment request form

We are not accepting NEW appointment requests at this time. We have disabled the Appointment Request Form until we are able to take new appointments.


Contact Us

Please email COVID-19 vaccine related inquiries to MH-covid-vaccine@kp.org or call our hotline at (808) 242-2273 and leave a message.

Thank you for taking the important steps to protect yourself and those around you from COVID-19 and doing your part to end this pandemic.