Volunteers Needed for Tower Health COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics

Coronavirus COVID-19

WEST READING, PA — Tower Health is building teams to support the health system’s COVID-19 vaccination efforts for the patients and communities it serves. The health system is seeking volunteer licensed clinicians to administer vaccine, as well as individuals who can provide volunteer clerical support Tower Health community-based COVID-19 vaccine clinics.

“So many individuals have contacted Tower Health to see how they could assist in our COVID-19 efforts,” said Mary Agnew, Tower Health Chief Nursing Officer. “We are currently looking for individuals to volunteer in our COVID-19 vaccine clinics. These individuals will play a critical role in helping to mitigate the spread of the virus in our communities and help their family, friends, and neighbors stay healthy.”

Qualified individuals can visit Towerhealth.org/Volunteer to complete an application form.

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Tower Health is following Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and PA Department of Health (DOH) guidelines for prioritizing distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine. Tower Health is working to operationalize the distribution of vaccine as the population of eligible persons expands. Our ability to offer vaccine to these individuals will depend on our vaccine supply and availability of appointments for scheduling. Updated information will be provided on COVID-19 pages of the Tower Health web site (TowerHealth.org/COVID19) and we encourage eligible persons to check the web site regularly.

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