COVID-19 Vaccine Services at Night Lite Pediatrics Urgent Care

COVID-19 Vaccine Services at Night Lite Pediatrics Urgent Care

THE COVID-19 VACCINE IS NOW AVAILABLE FOR AGES 12 AND UP. PFIZER BRAND ONLY

For those 12 to 17:

  • Must be accompanied by a parent/legal guardian during the vaccination.
  • Are currently only eligible to receive the Pfizer vaccine.

No cost with insurance or through a federal program for the uninsured. *

WALK-INS*: PLEASE CALL US FIRST (800) 871-0153 TO CHECK AVAILABILITY.

Port St Lucie

Vaccine: Pfizer (12+)

131 SW Port St Lucie Blvd,
Port St Lucie, FL 34984

3 pm – 9 pm

Mon – Fri

Kissimmee (The Loop)

Vaccine: Pfizer (12+)

1267 W. Osceola Parkway,
Kissimmee, FL 34741

9 am – 2 pm

Mon – Fri

Oak Ridge

Vaccine: Moderna (18+)

5900 South John Young Parkway, Orlando, FL 32839

3 pm – 10 pm

Mon – Fri

Walk-ins* Welcome
5 pm – 9 pm

Turkey Lake

Vaccine: Pfizer (12+)

8956 Turkey Lake Rd Ste 950
Orlando, Fl 32819

3 pm – 10 pm

Mon – Fri

Walk-ins* Welcome
5 pm – 9 pm

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COVID-19 Vaccine Frequently Asked Questions

What is the benefit of getting vaccinated?

To protect against COVID-19 disease.

How many doses do I need?

It depends on which vaccine you receive. Currently, there are 3 vaccines that have been granted Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) by the FDA in the US (there is still more coming) and you will need one or 2 doses depending on the vaccine.

What are the short-term and long-term side effects?

In the short term — Pain at the site of injection, headache, tiredness, muscle aches, fever, chills, and sometimes vomiting or diarrhea. These symptoms usually last 24 to 48 hours if you even develop any in the first place, some people may have no side effect at all.

Long term: There are no long-term effects attributed to the vaccine at this point.

What vaccine am I getting?

We currently offer the Pfizer and Moderna vaccine which requires two doses.

If I have severe allergies would the vaccine give severe side effects?

It is unlikely (the CDC says severe allergic reaction happens 11 out of every 1 million doses). However, you will need to be observed for 30 minutes instead of 15 minutes after getting the injection.

What types of “allergic reactions” should prevent you from taking the vaccine?

You should not take that vaccine if you are allergic to any component of the vaccine, if you developed a severe allergic reaction after the first dose or immediate allergic reaction of any kind to a previous dose of mRNA vaccine (Pfizer & Moderna).

Does my insurance cover it?

All insurances are covering COVID-19 vaccination. For uninsured, there will be no cost to patient, it’s being paid by federal program.

Should people with heart disease get this shot, especially if they have other underlying problems?

Yes, people with underlying heart disease should get the vaccine.

When trying to schedule a vaccination, do you have the ability to choose which vaccines you get?

No. Vaccines are in short supply at this time.

If you’ve had COVID-19 what are the benefits of getting the vaccine?

It helps protect against the new variant and it’s been shown that the vaccine may produces more antibodies than the natural infection.

How long should you wait after testing positive to get it?

You Should wait at least 14 days after testing positive before getting the shot, provided you don’t have anymore symptoms.

Are all Night Lite Pediatrics Urgent Care offices providing COVID-19 vaccination?

No, only selected locations for now. We anticipate that this will improve as vaccines becomes more available. Please check back daily for updates on additional locations as they become available.

Can I make an appointment for the COVID-19 vaccine?

Yes, COVID-19 vaccination is by appointment only on selected locations.

Who can be vaccinated for COVID-19?

Please review eligibility requirements:

All individuals 12 and older are eligible to receive the vaccine.

For those 12 to 17:

  • Must be accompanied by a parent/legal guardian during the vaccination
  • Are currently only eligible to receive the Pfizer vaccine

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