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Southcoast Health offers free and convenient COVID-19 vaccines across southeastern Massachusetts:

Book your vaccination appointment today with our convenient online scheduling.

As of May, we transitioned our Vanity Fair vaccine clinic in Dartmouth to a new Dartmouth location at the Nauset Building, 49 State Road, 2nd floor. We continue to offer clinics in Fall River at Truesdale Health, 1030 President Avenue, and in Wareham at the Rosebrook Building, 100 Rosebrook Way.

Vaccination is by appointment at all locations.

Clinic Location:
Fall River
Truesdale Health
1030 President Avenue

05/03: 9a – 4p
05/10: 9a – 4p
05/17: 9a – 4p
05/24: 9a – 4p
05/31: 9a – 4p

Available vaccine(s): Pfizer and J&J

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Clinic Location:
100 Rosebrook Way

05/05: 10a – 2p
05/12: 10a – 2p
05/19: 10a – 2p
05/26: 10a – 2p

Available vaccine(s): Pfizer and J&J

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Clinic Location:
Nauset Building, 2nd Floor
49 State Road

05/10: 3p – 6:30p
05/24: 3p – 6:30p

05/04: 9a – 12p
05/11: 9a – 12p
05/18: 9a – 12p
05/25: 9a – 12p

05/05: 10a – 6:30p
05/12: 10a – 6:30p
05/19: 3p – 6:30p
05/26: 3p – 6:30p

05/07: 10a – 2p
05/14: 10a – 2p
05/21: 10a – 2p
05/28: 10a – 2p

Available vaccine(s):
Pfizer, Moderna, J&J

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PEDIATRIC ONLY Clinic Location:
Nauset Building, 2nd Floor
49 State Road

05/17: 4 – 6p

Please note, this clinic will ONLY vaccinate the age frame below:
5 – 11 years old

Available vaccine:

Learn more about vaccines for children
Vaccination Consent for individuals under 18
Book your child’s appointment!

All clinics can accommodate, first, second, and third dose options*, and a Southcoast Health primary care provider is NOT required.

COVID-19 Testing

Transition of COVID Testing Sites

On Saturday, May 28, 2022, the COVID-19 testing trailer at Charlton Memorial Hospital will close. The St. Luke’s Hospital and Tobey Hospital testing trailers are closed as of Friday, May 27, 2022. Testing will transition to the locations listed below, with appointments beginning Tuesday, May 31, 2022. 

Appointments are Required

Appointments at the following locations must be made through your MyChart account or by calling (508) 973-1919.

Fairhaven: Southcoast Lab Patient Service Center, 208 Mill Road

Fall River: Southcoast Lab Patient Service Center, 373 New Boston Rd, Fall River

Fall River: Southcoast Patient Service Center, Truesdale Health 1030 President’s Ave, Fall River 

Fall River: Charlton Memorial Hospital

New Bedford: St. Luke’s Hospital Outpatient Lab Collection Alcove

Wareham: Tobey Hospital Outpatient Lab Collection – Check in at Registration

When to Make an Appointment

Please note Southcoast Heath offers PCR tests, which are ideally suited for asymptomatic patients needing results for travel, return to work or school, and/or surgeries requiring admission. Symptomatic patients are encouraged to use at-home antigen tests when possible.

At home COVID-19 tests are available at pharmacy locations and at

As a reminder, Southcoast pre-surgical patients who are not being admitted post-surgery DO NOT require PCR testing and should perform a home test as directed by their provider.   

Pre-surgery patients who will be admitted to the hospital post-surgery should be scheduled for PCR testing 48-72 hours prior to the surgery.

To schedule, log in to MyChart – once you are logged in, scroll down to the COVID-19 Testing button to book an appointment.

To sign-up for MyChart follow this link for activation of your account,

Southcoast reminds you that ALL results are available in your Southcoast Health MyChart app as soon as they have resulted. We will contact you directly should there be a need to discuss your results further. Given high call volumes and hold times, please refrain from calling our COVID-19 hotline or call center to ask about your test results.    

Employees requiring testing by Southcoast should check the Southcoast intranet for hours of operation.

Booster Shots Eligibility

Please click here to view the latest CDC booster shot recommendations.

Southcoast Health is providing the 2nd dose of a COVID-19 booster for eligible individuals

In accordance with CDC guidelines issued on March 29, Southcoast Health today began providing a second dose of the COVID-19 mRNA booster at our vaccine clinics for individuals 50 and older and people who are moderately or severely immunocompromised who received an initial booster dose at least 4 months ago.

Additionally, adults over 50 who received a primary vaccine and a booster dose of Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 vaccine at least 4 months ago may receive a second booster dose of an mRNA (Pfizer or Moderna) COVID-19 vaccine.

According to the CDC, an additional booster is especially important for those 65 and older and those 50 and older with underlying medical conditions that increase their risk for severe disease from COVID-19 as they are the most likely to benefit from receiving an additional booster dose at this time. 

If you are interested in receiving a 2nd booster, you can book an appointment for a free vaccine shot through MyChart or through our online COVID-19 vaccine scheduling portal above.

Mix-and-match Vaccines

There are now booster recommendations for all three available COVID-19 vaccines in the United States. Eligible individuals may choose which vaccine they receive as a booster dose. Some people may have a preference for the vaccine type that they originally received and others, may prefer to get a different booster. CDC’s recommendations now allow for this type of mix and match dosing for booster shots.

Book your COVID-19 vaccine through MyChart

To schedule a COVID-19 vaccine appointment, log in to MyChart and click the “Visits” button then the “Schedule an Appointment” button.

To sign-up for MyChart follow this link for activation of your account,

Southcoast Health Wellness Van & Mobile Clinics

There are no Wellness Van or Mobile Clinics scheduled at this time.

Southcoast Health primary care provider is NOT required.

Bus routes to local clinics

Mass COVID-19 Vaccination Locations

A legally authorized representative (usually a parent or guardian) must give permission (also called consent) for vaccination for someone under the age of 18, such as by completing a written consent form that the minor (the person under the age of 18) can bring to their vaccination appointment. We require all individuals under 18, unaccompanied by a parent or guardian, to download a copy of the consent form, have it signed, and show proof upon vaccination appointment. 

The parent or guardian does not need to go with the minor to their vaccination appointment to give consent.

COVID-19 Vaccination Updates, Guides & Resources

Pregnancy & Breastfeeding

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is recommending COVID-19 vaccination for people who are pregnant, breastfeeding, trying to get pregnant now, or might become pregnant in the future. More information is available on COVID-19 Vaccines While Pregnant or Breastfeeding.

Thank you for your trust, patience, and support, and please stay tuned to this page for updates. A few final reminders:

  • While awaiting COVID-19 vaccination, and even after being vaccinated, please stay safe by wearing a mask whenever you’re in a public area, staying at least 6 feet away from people with whom you do not live, washing and sanitizing your hands regularly, and refraining from touching your eyes, nose and mouth as much as possible.
  • Even after being vaccinated, we urge patients to continue wearing a face covering or mask. We are encouraging everyone to wear a mask in public and to contribute to a shared national effort of saving every possible life. When you protect yourself and your loved ones, you are also protecting our frontline healthcare heroes.
  • The vaccine is free of charge for recipients, but if you have health insurance, Medicare, or Medicaid, please be prepared to share that information during the scheduling and appointment process.

Important COVID-19 Public Service Announcements



The Commonwealth is the administrative authority on vaccination in Massachusetts; Southcoast Health and other organizations serve as facilitators who are required to strictly adhere to the state’s established guidelines.