Availability begins Tuesday, March 16
The Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders, a complete cancer heart serving 12,000 patients yearly in North Texas, introduced the observe will provide cancer patients and their caregivers COVID-19 vaccinations starting Tuesday, March 16. The Center is a accomplice of OneOncology, the nationwide platform for impartial, physician-led practices offering care throughout the cancer continuum for 259,000 patients yearly at 175 websites of care all through the U.S.
The Center will distribute the Moderna vaccine by way of a drive-through course of at their clinic, situated at 800 West Magnolia ion Fort Worth. Cancer patients should make an appointment by clicking visiting https://go.oncehub.com/ModernaCOVIDVACCINETXCC. To schedule an appointment for a affected person and caregiver, reserve two appointments.
Center officers have spent weeks working in partnership with the State of Texas and Tarrant County public well being officers to safe COVID-19 vaccine so cancer patients can obtain their pictures in as protected surroundings as attainable.
“We recognize the deep concern for cancer patients our state and county public well being have proven by working with us to guarantee weak cancer patients are prioritized to obtain a COVID-19 vaccine,” stated Barry Russo, The Center’s CEO. “We’re excited to be the primary cancer heart within the nation to give you the chance to provide patients entry to these vaccines.”
As an preliminary step, final week the State of Texas allotted 100 doses of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine to The Center for cancer patients in energetic therapy. Late Friday, The Center secured 1,500 doses of the Moderna vaccine for cancer patients and their direct caregivers.
The Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders gives cancer therapy to greater than 12,000 patients yearly to patients in Fort Worth, Arlington, Mansfield, Weatherford, Burleson, Granbury, Mineral Wells, and Stephenville.