Vaccination Station CANCELLED Tomorrow January 26, 2021

Due to weather, we have to postpone ALL appointments made for tomorrow at FINDLAY TOYOTA CENTER ONLY in Prescott Valley. Cottonwood appointments will go on as planned. If you have an appointment, it will automatically be moved to next Tuesday.

Spectrum Healthcare announced this afternoon that because of the continued winter storm in the Prescott area the planned Vaccination Station even has been cancelled for Tuesday, January 26, 2021 at the Findlay Toyota Center only. If you had a scheduled appointment time to receive the Moderna vaccine, your appointment will automatically be moved to next Tuesday, February 2, 2021. Visit www.spectrumhg.org for more information. The event plans to start-up again on Wednesday, January 27, 2021 at a later start time of 10am. Patients with an earlier start time can plan to come at 10am. Volunteers are asked to come by 8:30am.

 “Our first day came with a few weather challenges, but we were able to still accommodate more than 300 people and with the winter weather continuing here in Prescott area, we feel it’s safer to postpone all appointments. We want to thank all our volunteers, nursing staff, Findlay Toyota Center staff, FEMA, Arizona Rangers, Yavapai County Jeep Posse, Yavapai County Sheriff Department and the National Guard for assisting us today,” stated April Rhodes CEO of Spectrum Healthcare.

If you wish to cancel your appointment altogether you can do so at info@spectrumhg.org, and in the subject line please put CANCEL and include your name and date of birth. PLEASE DO NOT CALL. Participants will receive an email confirmation of the new date if they do not cancel and do not show. People who cannot make their scheduled appointment the week of 1/25 – 1/29 due to snow will automatically be moved to the same day the following week.

Organizers advise people to monitor the road situation and can check here is as well: https://az511.gov/

Spectrum Healthcare has been the leader in the county in getting this massive vaccine event organized. To date, approximately 15,000 people are scheduled for their free vaccination. New appointments will be added when the state confirms additional vaccines are available.

The Vaccination Stations are being set-up in four locations:

Findlay Toyota Center:  3201 N. Main Street • Prescott Valley

Arizona Dermatology Group:  3001 N. Main Street, Ste 1E • Prescott Valley

Spectrum Healthcare:  8 E. Cottonwood Street • Cottonwood

Verde Valley Christian Church:  406 S. 6th Street • Cottonwood

No walk-ins will be allowed at this time.

Please note for scheduled patients in Cottonwood: A location change has occurred in the Cottonwood area. Monday through Friday from 8am to 4pm the location is now in the Verde Valley Christian Church at  406 S. 6th Street. Saturday and Sunday will continue at the Spectrum location at 8 Cottonwood Street. Signage and attendants will redirect people to this new location, which is just down the street and allows for more people.

About Spectrum Healthcare

Spectrum was the first organization in Northern Arizona to offer structurally integrated healthcare. Founded in 1965 as a small behavioral healthcare clinic in Cottonwood, AZ, Spectrum now provides whole health services countywide in Prescott, Cottonwood, and Camp Verde.For more information, visit www.spectrumhealthcare-group.org.

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