March 4 Update:
Appointments for the Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine are still available for the mass vaccination clinic on Friday, March 12 at Homer High School.
Appointments are available to book online at sphosp.org, and those who do not have internet access or otherwise need assistance can call the SPH COVID-19 Vaccine & Test Site at (907) 235-0235.
Who is eligible? Read the full March 3 press release on Phase 1c here.
NEWLY ELIGIBLE GROUP (Phase 1c) includes
- Anyone age 55-64 years, and
- Anyone 18 and older who is:
Other eligible groups (Phase 1a and Phase 1b) include:
- People 65 years of age and above (seniors)
- Anyone assisting a senior (age 65+) in getting vaccinated
- People who provide daily support for a medically fragile person
- Healthcare workers, EMS, and Fire Service
- Pre K–Grade 12 education and childcare staff
- People living or working in congregate settings
- Pandemic response staff
Limitations may apply. Visit the state vaccine info page for details.
Information about COVID-19 vaccines approved by FDA Emergency Use Authorization:
Getting your second dose?
- If you already got your first dose at a mass vaccination event, there is no need to make another appointment. You reserved your appointment when you got your first dose.
- 2nd dose clinics are by appointment only. No walk-ins.
- If you have questions about your second dose appointment, or need to cancel, call 235-0235.
- Friday, March 5th second-dose clinic at Homer High School is for those who got their first dose on February 5th or 6th at Community Christian Church
- Friday, March 12th is a first and second-dose clinic at Homer High School, second dose for those who got their first dose on February 12th or 13th at Community Christian Church.
- Friday, March 19th is a second-dose clinic at Homer High School for those who got their first dose at Community Christian Church on Friday, February 26th.
Vaccines are not available at Homer Medical Center or South Peninsula Family Care Clinic at this time.
Check back here for regular updates.
Homer Medical Center is open and taking appointments for all regular services, including immunization and other preventive care. To keep our patients and staff safe and limit the spread of COVID-19 in our community, Homer Medical Center is currently limiting entrance to the clinic to those with appointments or who have called ahead to follow the instructions for Tuesday & Thursday evening walk-in clinics. No visitors or non-essential persons may enter. Please do not enter if you have any of the symptoms of COVID-19.
For COVID-19 testing information, including information about who is eligible for testing, visit sphosp.org. The testing site is currently open from 9AM-6PM daily, in the lower level of the SPH Specialty Clinic on Bartlett Street (turn onto Danview Avenue for parking and proceed to the check-in window. Please wear a mask and use the markers to maintain a 6-foot distance from others waiting in line).
Currently, we are screening for travel and/or symptoms during scheduling of the appointment. When you arrive, park and proceed directly to the screening station outside of the clinic entrance. Everyone is required to wear a mask/cloth face covering when in the clinic. We are also limiting waiting area seating to allow for proper cleaning in between appointments, as well as offering all patients to wash hands upon entry of the exam rooms.
We are using an alternative entrance and designated rooms for any patient who answered “yes” to any of the screening questions and requires medical evaluation .
Call us at (907) 235-8586 for more information. We are all in this together – stay COVID-smart and COVID-safe!
You are encouraged to maintain a physical distance from others of at least 6 feet, practice frequent hand washing, clean regularly used surfaces, wear cloth face coverings while in public, stay home when sick, and get tested if you have been exposed or have symptoms.
Resources for the General Public
Preventive health care can help you stay healthier throughout your life. For many people, certain preventive health care is now free, with no copays or deductibles. Learn about the preventive care that you and your loved ones need and ask your healthcare provider what health care you need to stay healthy.
Homer Medical Center provides work related exams for FAA flight physicals, Coast Guard physicals, Kenai Peninsula Borough workers and others.
Homer Medical Center’s certified Medical examiners are listed with the National Registry and are able to perform CDL physicals as required by the Department of Transportation.
Our mission is to provide personalized, respectful and evidence-based effective care to all our patients.
Homer Medical Center’s physicians and nurse practitioners have the education, training and experience in treating a wide range of medical conditions. We treat people throughout their lifespan. Services include pediatric, men’s and women’s health care, Medicare Annual Wellness Visits, illness and acute care, Chronic Disease Management, behavioral medicine, diagnostics and more.