WVC partners with health district to offer vaccine clinic and info session

May 10, 2021

Media Contact:
Dr. Kristen Hosey, CDHD vaccine coordinator, khosey@wvc.edu
Libby Siebens, community relations executive director, 509-682-6436 (Mon.-Thurs.)

Wenatchee Valley College will be hosting the Chelan-Douglas Health District (CDHD) for a walk-in vaccine clinic on Thursday, May 13. There will also be a virtual vaccine information session on Tuesday, May 11 at noon.

CDHD will be administering Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine at a walk-in clinic for WVC students, employees and their friends and family. The clinic will be held at the Jack & Edna Maguire Student Recreation Center off of Fifth St. in Wenatchee on Thursday, May 13 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

A second walk-in clinic will be held Thursday, June 3 for everyone vaccinated on May 13 to receive their second dose. Learn more about the COVID-19 vaccines at vaccines.gov.

The info session will be led by WVC nursing instructor Dr. Kristen Hosey. Dr. Hosey has a doctorate in nursing practice with an emphasis in public health from the University of Washington and has worked closely with CDHD since the start of the pandemic. She currently serves as a vaccine coordinator for the health district. Those interested in attending can use this Zoom link for the session at noon on Tuesday.


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