Morgan Medical Center’s COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic

Morgan Medical Center will host a community vaccination clinic for Georgia residents qualifying for Phase 1A+ vaccines who have not already received their first dose elsewhere. Vaccines will be administered at the site of Morgan Memorial Hospital at 1077 South Main Street campus in Madison.

Individuals may register for a vaccine using the form below. Once vaccine supplies are received, a Morgan Medical Center staff member will contact qualifying applicants in the order in which their application was received to schedule their vaccination appointment. Please submit only one application per person.

Applicants must meet the criteria outlined by the Georgia Department of Public Health (DPH) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) for Phase 1A+, including:

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: When will the vaccine be available?
A: Morgan Medical Center has made a request with the Georgia Department of Health for a supply of vaccines. However, we do not know when we will receive the requested shipment. We understand the community is eager to be vaccinated, and we will open our clinic as quickly as possible once our supply has been delivered.

Q: Where do I sign up to receive a vaccine?
A: Registration forms for qualifying applicants will be available on this page beginning Wednesday, February 17. Only those who have submitted the form will be eligible for a vaccine at this time. Drive-up and walk-in appointments will not be available.

Q: Who should I contact to confirm my application was received?
A: You will receive an email confirmation when your application has been successfully submitted. If you do not receive a confirmation email, please try submitting the application again. A MMC staff member will contact you via phone to schedule an appointment.

Q: If I sign up, am I guaranteed to receive a vaccine?
A: We understand the demand for COVID-19 vaccines is high. However, until supplies exceed demand, Morgan Medical Center cannot guarantee that everyone who wants a vaccine will receive one. All qualifying applicants who receive their first dose from Morgan Medical Center will receive their second dose at the appropriate time.

Q: Do my chances of receiving a vaccine increase if I submit more than one application?
A: Please only submit one application per person. Multiple applications from the same person will not increase your chances of receiving a vaccine and will delay MMC’s ability to schedule appointments.

Q: How do I know if I qualify for a vaccine?
A: Currently, any Georgia resident who meets the state’s criteria for Phase 1A+ who has not already received their first dose of the vaccine may apply for MMC’s community vaccine clinic. Phase 1A+ includes:

Q: What documents do I need to provide to prove I qualify?
A: When a staff member contacts you for an appointment, (s)he will verify your qualifications. When you arrive for your appointment, you will need to provide a copy of your Georgia driver’s license or identification card.

Q: What if I don’t qualify now? Should I still apply?
A: At this time, only those individuals who meet the criteria for Phase 1A+ should apply. As the state moves to its next phase of vaccine distribution and more doses become available to the hospital, the application process may be amended to include additional qualifying residents.

Q: When will I be contacted to schedule my appointment?
A: Once we have our vaccine supply on site, we will contact qualifying applicants in the order in which their application was received to schedule an appointment.

Q: Do I have to live in Morgan County to qualify?
A: We are hoping to distribute the vaccine to as many people as we can in Morgan County and beyond. The Morgan Medical Center community vaccine clinic is not limited to Morgan County; however, all applicants must show proof of Georgia residence to receive a vaccine.

Q: Where do I go to receive my shot?
A: The drive-thru vaccine clinic will be held at 1077 South Main Street in Madison at the site of the former Morgan Memorial Hospital. Additional instructions will be provided at the time the appointment is scheduled.

CDC Vaccine Resources