Coronavirus

MedPeds can now vaccinate established patients ages 5 and up! Call today or self-schedule by logging into your Patient Portal. A second vaccine will be needed 3 weeks later for Pfizer or 4 weeks later for Moderna. Pfizer available (ages 5+) and Moderna (ages 18+)

  • Dates and times for vaccinations vary by age group and other factors. Always call to get the latest information on vaccine availability.
  • Call (301) 498-8880 to schedule
  • For additional information: coronavirus.maryland.gov/pages/vaccine
  • Only children ages 12+ may receive COVID-19 vaccine during a well-child visit. Children ages 5-11 must receive vaccines only at designated times (not during well-child exam).
  • Boosters are available in accordance with CDC guidelines.

THINK YOU MIGHT HAVE COVID-19? If you’re having difficulty breathing, call ahead before going to an emergency room. If you’re not having difficulty breathing, you may have COVID-19 or the flu or something else. You may feel really awful, have a fever, body aches, cough, and respiratory symptoms, or you may not feel sick at all. Call to schedule a SICK or telemedicine visit. Sick Visits are limited to certain hours of the day currently. We can do a Covid test during your sick visit if needed.

TESTING FOR COVID-19
We are sorry that, due to the unprecedented need for appointments, we are no longer able to offer high volume vaccine clinics. You may need to go to a state-operated testing clinic or an urgent care center.

1-855-MDGOVAX – for people who need assistance or do not have access to the internet to sign up for a Covid-19 vaccine. Patients who are eligible and live in Maryland can call this number to get help signing up for a vaccine online.

NO WALK-INS

The following link directs to an excellent article that explains the COVID-19 pandemic and how it spreads: https://medium.com/@tomaspueyo/coronavirus-act-today-or-people-will-die-f4d3d9cd99ca

TWO TIPS TO KEEP YOU AND YOUR FAMILY SAFE DURING THE PANDEMIC:

  • If you are eligible, get vaccinated and boosted!
  • Wear a high quality mask and social distance around others.

Please feel free to download the MedPeds Coronavirus Letter for Employers from the Patient Resources page.