The Charles B. Wang Community Health Center (CBWCHC) offers COVID-19 vaccines for patients ages 6 months and older. Talk to your healthcare provider about the vaccine.
CBWCHC is not a COVID-19 testing site. Currently, we do not offer COVID-19 spike antibody testing. Having spike antibodies does not mean you canít get COVID. No matter what level of spike protein you have, it does not change the fact that you still need to get the booster shot. The best way to protect yourself is to get your COVID-19 vaccine booster shot which will reduce your chances of becoming seriously ill against the latest variants.
If you are already vaccinated, find out if you are eligible for:
The Health Center continues to require masks and social distancing for all patients, visitors, and staff to ensure everyoneís safety and follow CDCís guidelines for healthcare settings.
To receive COVID-19 vaccines at the Charles B. Wang Community Health Center,
Minors 16 or 17 years of age, parental or legal guardian consent should be provided in person, by phone, or in writing, at the time of vaccine appointment.
Minors who are 6 months through 15 years of age, in addition to consent for vaccination, parent/guardian or an adult caregiver designated by parent/guardian should accompany the minor. The parent/guardian must still provide consent to the vaccination.
Please call your healthcare provider if the registered CBWCBC patient is 6 months or older, or if you have questions about the vaccine before making a vaccine appointment.
If you are not a registered patient, you can schedule an appointment by checking our vaccine availability via Vaccine Finder: https://vaccinefinder.nyc.gov/ or by calling 877-VAX-4NYC (877-829-4692).
To protect yourself and others from getting COVID-19, even with vaccination for COVID-19, please continue to:
Wear a mask to cover your mouth and nose when around others
Stay 6 feet away from others
Wash your hands often
Avoid close contact with people who are sick
At the Charles B. Wang Community Health Center, the health and safety of our patients, visitors, and staff is our top priority. We have put in place new policies and guidelines to promote physical distancing to contain the spread of COVID-19. These steps are critical to protecting the health of our entire community.
The Health Center is committed to serving everyone including the most vulnerable. We remain open as part of our public health response to the COVID-19 crisis.
Staying open comes at a great cost. Generous contributions can help support frontline providers, staff, and clinical services during this period of economic difficulty. With your support, we will continue to serve our community through the worst of this pandemic.