CARLISLE, PA – Sadler Health Center, a Federally Qualified Health Center providing community-based comprehensive primary care, dental care, behavioral health and support services at its facilities in downtown Carlisle and Loysville, announced today its plans to hold a vaccine clinic at New Bloomfield Elementary School on Saturday, March 20, 2021. We are pleased to partner with the West Perry School District (providing the space) and coordination with the Perry County Emergency Management services.
A limited supply of vaccines will be available to those in Phase 1A as defined by the Pennsylvania Department of Health. Those interested in receiving a vaccine should consult with their primary care provider to determine if the vaccine is right for their medical condition. Only residents of Perry County are eligible to participate in this clinic.
Appointments are required. To schedule an appointment, please go to SadlerHealth.org/schedule or call 717-960-6901. Those with an appointment should bring:
- A photo ID
- EPI Pen (if prescribed one)
- Insurance Card (if insured)
Clinic hours on Saturday, March 20th are from 8:00 am to 1:00 pm. New Bloomfield Elementary School (gymnasium) is located at 300 West High Street, New Bloomfield, PA. Only the person scheduled for the vaccine will be allowed to enter the building unless assistance is needed.
More clinics will be scheduled in the future as the vaccine supply becomes available.
Sadler Health Center
Serving nearly 10,000 patients per year, Sadler Health Center provides comprehensive primary care, dental care and behavior health services at its facility in downtown Carlisle and dental care at its Perry County location. With a history that goes back to the 1920’s, Sadler Health Center has evolved over the years and in 2015 was designated as a Federally Qualified Health Center whose mission is to advance the health of our community by providing integrated, high-quality and compassionate care.