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March 11, 2021

ORMC Community Health Center Booster Shot Information

Odessa Regional Medical Center will administer 2nd doses of the vaccine for individuals that received their 1st dose at Ratliff Stadium.

The ORMC Community Health Center is open Monday-Friday from 8:00 am to 6:30 pm. Those due for their 2nd dose will receive an email from "SVC COVID Tracker App" with an appointment for their 2nd dose. If you cannot make your scheduled time slot, individuals are welcome to walk-in to receive their 2nd dose during the hours listed above if it has been 17 days since the 1st dose was received.

What if I am due for my 2nd dose but have not received an email with my scheduled appointment?

  • If you received your 1st dose at Ratliff Stadium, and have not received an email with your scheduled appointment:
    • Step one: Check your junk and spam folder for an email from "[email protected]"
    • Step two: Email Deborah Chester at [email protected] with the subject line “2nd Booster Appointment” and provide your name, DOB, and date/location of 1st dose.

What if I am past my window for my booster shot?
Even if it is past the time window listed on your vaccination card, it is still perfectly fine to receive your booster without having to start over. The CDC’s updated guidance was revised to allow for second dose administration up to 6 weeks (42 days) after the 1st if it is not feasible to adhere to the recommended interval. CDC is not advocating for people to delay getting their second dose, but the data from clinical trials support this range.

For more information, visit www.odessaregionalmedicalcenter.org/vaccine or call 432-582-8549.