Beckley, WV – The PAAC COVID-19 Surge Testing Team is bringing an exciting opportunity to Raleigh County. A free vaccine and wellness clinic will be held at Greenbrier Estates on Wednesday, November 22. This clinic promises to provide essential healthcare services to the community.
Located at 105 Sandstone Drive in Beckley, the clinic will open its doors from 12:00 to 4:00, offering tests and vaccinations to individuals with a valid photo ID. A unique aspect of this clinic is that it does not require insurance. This ensures that everyone in the community, regardless of their financial situation, can access the services they need to stay healthy.
In addition to the COVID-19 vaccines and tests, the clinic will also provide various wellness checks. Flu shots, blood pressure screenings, and glucose screenings will be available at no cost. These screenings are crucial for individuals to monitor their overall health and catch any potential issues early on.
To ensure the safety and well-being of the community, there are certain guidelines in place. All individuals aged 18 and under must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian, emphasizing the importance of parental involvement in healthcare decisions.
This clinic serves as an excellent opportunity for individuals to take charge of their health and protect themselves and their loved ones from COVID-19. By offering free vaccinations, tests, and wellness checks, the clinic aims to bridge the gap in healthcare accessibility and ensure that everyone in Raleigh County can access the care they deserve.
Q: How can I access the clinic’s services?
A: Simply bring a valid photo ID to Greenbrier Estates on Wednesday, November 22, and you’ll be able to receive tests, vaccinations, and wellness checks at no cost.
Q: Do I need insurance to participate in the clinic?
A: No, insurance is not required. The clinic is committed to providing healthcare services to everyone in the community, regardless of their insurance status.
Q: Can individuals under 18 years old attend the clinic alone?
A: No, all individuals aged 18 and under must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian to ensure their safety and well-being.