COVID-19 Vaccination


COVID-19 Vaccination



 We are offering scheduled and walk-in appointments and for Pfizer and Janssen (J&J) COVID-19 vaccines on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 2-5:30 PM. We offer scheduled and walk-in appointments for Moderna COVID-19 vaccines on Wednesdays from 2-5:30 pm. 


If possible, please refrain from contacting pharmacy staff in regards to the vaccine unless you have an urgent question.  Contacting the store regarding COVID-19 vaccine availability interferes with our pharmacy's ability to serve our patients safely and quickly. We are trying to help our community as best and as efficiently as we can. Thank you for your patience and understanding!


We're all in this together!

Vaccine Appointment Availability

Sign up for our in-store appointments below

We are currently providing Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19  THIRD doses and a limited number of Pfizer Booster Doses for in-store appointments and walk ins. 

Please see FAQs at the bottom of this page for more information regarding 3rd Dose and Booster vaccine questions and qualifications

**We have scheduled Pfizer COVID-19 3rd Dose and Booster clinics for qualifying individuals 18+ during the months of October and November 2021.  Please see our COVID-19 Clinics tab or click the link below to register**

What you need to know before you get your vaccine:

Prior to your vaccine

Check your vaccine eligibility to ensure you are eligible. Refer to the resources below to make an informed decision.

sign up for your appointment

We have released links to sign up for our upcoming clinics. Our clinics take place on the Sundays at the Boyertown High School. You must pre-register by signing up via the appropriate link. 

Prior to your appointment

Complete your vaccine consent form. Review the notice of privacy practices and the available VIS links below. Refer to the resources provided for what to expect prior to your appointment.

When you arrive

You will be directed into the vaccine clinic by numerous volunteers. Once you check in, you will work your way through the clinic to receive your vaccine. 

After your appointment

You must be monitored for 15-30 minutes to ensure you do have any severe adverse reactions. If you have a conflict with the date of your second dose, please email 

Refer to the resources below if you have any additional questions or are interested in V-Safe for additional information/a reminder for your second dose.



Please note: There is a large difference between BOOSTER and THIRD COVID-19 Vaccine doses. 

Booster doses

  • ONLY Pfizer has been approved by the FDA

  • Booster doses are a third shot intended for the following HIGH RISK individuals

    • Adults 65 years of age or older

    • Adults 18-64 years old with underlying medical conditions such cancer, heart disease, diabetes, COPD, or asthma

    • Adults 18 years and older who live in institutional settings

    • Frontline workers 18 years and older whose occupation increases exposure to COVID-19 virus, such as healthcare workers, teachers, school staff members, daycare workers, and grocery store/food processing workers

  • Must have received your second dose of Pfizer at least 6 months prior to the Booster Dose

Third Doses

  • Pfizer and Moderna available for 3rd Dose

  • ONLY available for immunocompromised individuals

  • Approved by the FDA 

  • Pfizer is available during regular immunizing hours (Tues, Wed, Thurs 2-5:30pm)

  • Moderna is available on Wednesday 2-5:30 pm or by appointment only

  • Ask your doctor if you are unsure if you qualify



The Medicine Shoppe Notice of Privacy Practices

Our role as a Pharmacists and pharmacy associates is to provide information for our patients to make educated and relevant decisions for their health. Our position is not to agree or disagree with your health choices, but to facilitate accessibility to healthcare. This is not a political agenda, it is an agenda for your health. 
Attached are some resources to allow you to make an informed decision regarding the COVID-19 vaccine:

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

Pennsylvania Department of Health

U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)

American College of Preventative Medicine (ACPM)

New England Journal of Medicine