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The Clay County Memorial Hospital has received 950 doses of Pfizer Vaccine. If you are on their list, they will begin calling you soon. The list is over 2,000 and they will utilize the priority protocols that they have regarding eligibility.
They will give you an appointment for your vaccination. You will arrive at the east parking lot where the ambulances are stored. Hospital staff will direct you to where you will complete paperwork and receive your shot. You will need to wait in the parking lot for 15 minutes to confirm there are no reactions to the vaccination.
If you do not have transportation, call (844) 603-6048.
The vaccination is free to Clay County residents. Hospital staff will ask for your date of birth, primary physician, contact phone number, and address.
The number to call to get your name on the list is 940-538-5621 extension 131.
Click on these links to print forms prior to your arrival for your vaccination to help speed the process.
Clay County covers an area of 1,088.7 square miles of land and 28 square miles of water. It has a population of 10,456 with 21.2% being over the age of 65 and an 11.8% poverty rate. Schools in Clay county with their estimated enrollments include Bellevue ISD with 139 students, Henrietta ISD with 931 students, Midway ISD with 129 students, and Petrolia ISD with 525. Clay County Memorial Hospital has 25 available beds and major roadways in the county are US HWY 82, US HWY 287 N, US HWY 287 S, ST HWY 148 S, ST HWY 148 N, and ST HWY 79 N. The county seat for Clay is Henrietta.