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1-877-661-6230. County of Contra Costa Health Services in Martinez, reviews by real people. Yelp is a fun and easy way to find, recommend and talk about what's great and. These numbers above represent 100% of the Federal Poverty Rate. In order to get reduced or free services from some clinics, they use a sliding fee scale based.
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Rajiv Pramanik, MD

Dr. Rajiv Pramanik is the Chief Medical Informatics Officer at Contra Costa Health Services (CCHS). In this role, he serves as Chair of the Office of Informatics and Technology and Chair of the Information Technology Steering Committee (ITSC) for Contra Costa Health Services. The ITSC has oversight of all technology at CCHS which has approximately a 2 billion dollars in revenue and is the largest department at Contra Costa County. CCHS has a traditional delivery system, and in addition has a health plan (CCHP) with approximately 190K lives, Public Health Division, Behavioral Health Division, Environment and Hazardous Waste Divisions and oversight on EMS for the county. Dr. Pramanik also has the analytics team report through his office at the Office of the Director of CCHS to drive data driven decision making.

His expertise extends into quality improvement work, as is a member on the Safety Net Institute’s (SNI) Quality Advisory Group, where he previously was a board member. SNI in conjunction with the California Association of Public Hospitals work with the California Department of Healthcare Services and CMS to determine many of the value-based-care pay-for-performance reporting measures for public hospitals and Medi-Cal payors in California.

He recently was an Associate Professor at UCSF in the Family and Community Medicine Department where he also had informatics responsibilities and served on the Executive Committee for Zuckerberg San Francisco General. Currently he continues to do clinical work in the Emergency Department at Contra Costa Regional Medical Center. As a care provider and leader in a safety-net health care system, he is experienced in caring for and developing technology services for diverse, low-income patients, which well positions him to develop technology in engagement diverse populations.

His objectives are to advance ally financial dealer services phone number care delivery, patient outcomes, and patient experience through data driven decision making utilizing lean process improvement methodology.


Richmond Novel Coronavirus information (COVID-19)

Precautionary Measures

As a reminder of how best to protect yourself and our community members, we continue to follow the guidance of our local public health department, Contra Costa Health Services (CCHS). We must take specific precautionary measures to limit the spread of disease in our community.

How COVID-19 Spreads

The virus that causes COVID-19 is spreading very easily and sustainably between people. In general, the more closely a person interacts with others and the longer that interaction, the higher the risk. People can spread the virus without even knowing that they are sick. 

COVID-19 is thought to spread mainly from person-to-person:

  • Between people who are in close contact with one another (within about 6 feet), even by people who are not showing symptoms
  • Mainly spread through respiratory droplets produced when an infected person coughs, sneezes, talks, shouts, chants or sings
  • May also spread by touching a surface or object that has the virus on it and then touching one’s mouth, nose, or eyes

Know the Risk

  • Avoid or limit your time where COVID-19 spreads more easily:
  • Crowded places with many people nearby
  • Close-contact settings, especially with close-range conversations
  • Confined spaces with poor airflow
  • The risk increases the longer you spend in any of these settings and in places where these factors overlap. Click to learn more about risk levels and safer social interactions.

Protecting Yourself & Others

The best ways to protect yourself from COVID-19:

  • Keep six feet apart from others
  • Wear a face covering when you go out. Learn how to make a face covering.
  • Wash your hands often with soap and water or use a hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol
  • Stay home if you are sick, except to get medical care

More Tips to Slow the Spread

At Home:

  • Limit activities away from home
  • Clean “high-touch” surfaces often
  • Do not share personal items (food, dishes, cups, towels and bedding)
  • Open doors and windows to increase airflow
  • Move beds at least six feet apart

At Work:

  • Stagger shifts and break times
  • Work and take breaks outside when possible
  • Keep six feet apart in work and break areas
  • Do not share workspaces, tools or equipment
  • Clean “high-touch” surfaces often
  • Open doors & windows to increase airflow

With Family and Friends:

  • Wave hello instead of hugging or kissing
  • Meet outside and limit group size 
  • Do not serve buffet-style
  • Do not share items (food, dishes, cups, utensils, playing cards, etc.)
  • Do not sing, chant, or shout
  • Clean "high-touch" surfaces often

Traveling with Others:

  • Limit the number of passengers when possible
  • Avoid touching surfaces
  • Improve airflow - open windows or set the air ventilation to non-recirculation mode
  • Wash or sanitize hands when you get to your destination
Member of the Council badgeThe HCH Project has been operated by Contra Costa Health Services (CCHS) since 1990 as part of the Contra Costa County Health Services delivery system. The project provides health care services through mobile clinics and through the CCHS integrated ambulatory system of care and the CCHS Departments of Mental Health and Alcohol and Other Drugs. The mobile team is comprised of contra costa health services number medical director, family nurse practitioners, public health nurses and registered nurse, community health worker, financial counselor, mental health specialist, substance abuse counselor and contra costa health services number assistant. Homeless patients who receive care on one of the mobile clinics are referred into the CCHS ambulatory care health centers for primary and specialty care, into County mental health and substance abuse services and to Contra Costa Regional Medical Center for emergency, inpatient hospital, outpatient surgeries, laboratory, and radiology. There are currently three ambulat ory care clinics, located throughout the County, and designated specifically for homeless patients to help them transition from the rooms to go payment synchrony bank clinic setting into the ambulatory care system. HCH staff members are present at each of these clinics.


Primary health care services provided by the HCH Mobile Team include routine physical assessments, basic treatment of primary health problems, such as minor wounds and skin conditions, respiratory problems, TB, and acute communicable diseases. Referrals are made for follow up treatment of identified health care needs. Substance abuse and mental health services are also provided. The CCHS health care delivery system provides primary and specialty care including emergency department services, inpatient hospital care, outpatient surgeries, mental health and substance abuse services, laboratory, and radiology.


Clients referred for follow-up care or specialty services, such as dental care, dermatology, and prenatal care, are referred to the appropriate division within CCHS for continued care after first being attended to by the HCH Team. The HCH Project works closely with other community and public organizations to create linkages along the continuum of care for homeless clients.


Estimated homeless population:25,000+

Patients served:20,868



Las vacunas COVID-19 siguen disponibles en el condado de Tillamook. A continuación se muestran los proveedores actuales que ofrecen vacunas COVID-19 en el condado de Tillamook.

¿Quiénes son elegibles actualmente?

Pfizer: serie de 2 dosis para todos los mayores de 12 años.

Moderna: serie de 2 dosis para todos los mayores de 18 años.

Johnson and Johnson: 1 dosis para todos los mayores de 18 años.

Aquellos con sistemas inmunológicos comprometidos:

La tercera dosis de Pfizer y Moderna está disponible para quienes tienen un sistema inmunitario de moderado a grave.
Esto incluye a las personas que han:

  • Han recibido un tratamiento activo contra el cáncer de tumores o cánceres de la sangre

  • Han recibido un trasplante de órganos y están tomando medicamentos para suprimir el sistema inmunitario

  • Han recibido un trasplante de células madre en los últimos 2 años o están tomando medicamentos para suprimir el sistema inmunitario

  • Inmunodeficiencia primaria moderada o grave (como el síndrome de DiGeorge contra costa health services number el síndrome de Wiskott-Aldrich)

  • Infección por VIH avanzada o no tratada

  • Tratamiento activo con altas dosis de corticosteroides u otros medicamentos que puedan suprimir su respuesta inmunitaria

  • Actualmente no se recomienda una dosis de refuerzo o una tercera dosis para ninguna otra población.

Las vacunas siguen siendo la forma más segura y eficaz de proteger de las hospitalizaciones y muertes por COVID-19.

las dosis de refuerzo

Las siguientes personas que fueron vacunadas con la vacuna de Pfizer 0 Moderna son ahora elegibles para un refuerzo seis meses después de su segunda inyección:

  • Personas de 18 años o más

Las siguientes personas que fueron vacunadas con la vacuna de Johnson y Johnson a son ahora elegibles para un refuerzo dos meses después de su inyección:

  • Personas de 18 años o más

Las personas que reúnen los requisitos para una dosis de refuerzo pueden recibir la misma vacuna COVID-19 o una diferente como dosis de refuerzo, dependiendo del consejo de un proveedor de atención médica, la preferencia individual, la disponibilidad o la conveniencia.

Centro Comunitario de Salud del Condado de Tillamook

Centro de Convenciones de la Feria del Condado de Tillamook

Martes y Jueves 8:30am – 3pm Vacuna Pfizer COVID-19 (5 y mayores), vacuna Moderna COVID-19 (18 y mayores), Johnson & Johnson (18 y mayores).

Miércoles 1pm – 5pm, Pfizer COVID-19 (5 y mayores), vacuna Moderna COVID-19 (18 y mayores), Johnson & Johnson (18 y mayores).

Sólo se puede acudir sin cita previa.

Asistencia por teléfono o correo electrónico :
Llame: 503-842-3914 Lunes – Viernes 8am -5pm (Inglés y Español).
Correo electrónico: [email protected] con su información de contacto incluyendo el número de teléfono para que un asistente de programación le llame (inglés y español).

Clínica Rinehart

Llame para programar: 1-800-368-5182 ext. 100

Farmacia Fred Meyer – Tillamook

Horarios y detalles disponibles aquí

Safeway – Tillamook

Horarios y detalles disponibles aquí


Registry of Verified SMART® Health Card Issuers for Vaccinations

SMART® Health Cards from the Issuers listed below will be verifiable within TCP’s apps and services.

This registry is powered by the CommonTrust Network™. Issuers must be members of the CommonTrust Network™ registry and must issue verifiable credentials.  


Government Entities

The following countries, states, and other government entities are SMART™ Health Card issuers:

  • State of California
  • State of Hawaii
  • State of Louisiana
  • State of New Jersey
  • State of New York
  • State of Utah
  • Virginia Department of Health
  • State of Colorado
  • Washington State Department of Health

  • Department of Health, Government of Nunavut
  • eHealth Saskatchewan
  • Gouvernement du Québec - Government of Quebec
  • Government of Alberta
  • Government of British Columbia
  • Government of Manitoba
  • Government of New Brunswick
  • Government of Newfoundland and Labrador
  • Government of Nova Scotia
  • Government of the Northwest Territories
  • Government of Ontario
  • Government of the Yukon

  • Other Governments
  • Cayman Islands Health Services Authority
  • Government of Puerto Rico
  • Sydney Local Health District


Pharmacies + Other Healthcare Providers

The following pharmacies and other health care providers are SMART™ Health Card issuers. Check the online health portal of the pharmacy you were vaccinated at to receive your record.

  • American Medical Center
  • Beth Israel Lahey Health
  • BioReference Laboratories
  • Bon Voyage Medical
  • CVS Health
  • Express Scripts
  • Kaiser Permanente
  • Rite Aid Pharmacy
  • UCHealth
  • United Healthcare Services, Inc.
  • Vancouver Clinic
  • Walmart (USA)


Providers supported by Epic

If your healthcare provider uses MyChart (Epic):

  1. Log into your MyChart account on the web or via app. 

  2. Go to the Menu and select COVID-19 under My Record. 

  3. Select QR codes to generate a QR code or Download/Export to generate a PDF copy of your vaccine results.


Providers supported by Cerner

If your health system uses the Cerner HealtheLife app:

  • Log into your My Health account on the web contra costa health services number via app.


More states, pharmacies, and health systems will begin issuing SMART™ Health Cards very soon. Additionally, many providers are issuing SMART™ Health Cards for COVID-19 test results.


The following DCHHS Immunization Clinics are Now Administering the Pfizer Vaccine
First, Second, and Booster Doses are Available for Adults
First and Second Doses Available for Children 5+ with Parental Consent
Monday - Friday, 8:30am - 3:30pm
Note: ONLY the Pfizer vaccine is available and BY APPOINTMENT ONLY

For questions about appointments from DCHHS through Luminare or vaccinations at Fair Park, please call the DCHHS COVID Hotline at 972-692-2780 ally financial dealer services phone number email [email protected]

COVID-19 Vaccination

Who is eligible for a vaccine?

Everyone ages 5 and olderis now eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine in Texas. We strongly encourage all eligible contra costa health services number to make an appointment for the COVID-19 vaccine.

What are the Vaccination Requirements for Minors?

Children 5 years and older may be vaccinated with parents/legal guardians consent.

What documentation do I need to get the contra costa health services number will need to provide a photo ID, such as a driver’s license, passport, work ID, parish ID, library card, or other form of photo ID.

Do I need to be a U.S. citizen in order to receive the vaccine?

No. The vaccine is available to anyone who wants it. No questions about citizenship status will be asked.

How do I get my second dose?

Second Dose Appointment

If you received your first COVID-19 vaccine dose through Dallas County Health and Human Services (DCHHS), you are eligible for your second dose through DCHHS. We will send you an email and/or text message to schedule an appointment for your second dose. To streamline operations, we are only providing second doses of the Moderna vaccine and the Pfizer vaccine on certain days. Please check our website for updated information on what days those vaccines are available. You also received a vaccination card when you received your first dose that included the date you need to come back for your second dose. If the date listed is not a date we are offering second doses of that particular vaccine, please come on the next available date that vaccine is available.

Where else can I receive a COVID-19 vaccine?

Hundreds of locations across Texas receive weekly vaccine allocations from the state and federal government. A full list can be found here. It is expected that people will be able to get COVID-19 vaccinations from their doctor, local pharmacies, hospitals, and other places that normally provide vaccines for the public once vaccine supply increases.

In North Texas, there are several state vaccination hubs that offer vaccines to anyone regardless of residency. Many have waitlists and registration systems similar to Dallas County’s.

List of State Vaccination Hubs

Additionally, the State of Texas has launched the Texas Public Health Vaccine Scheduler which helps Texans get scheduled for a COVID-19 vaccine at clinics hosted by participating Texas public health entities.

Register online at You will be notified by email or text when and where to get the vaccine. If there’s not an available clinic near you, you will be directed to other places to get your vaccine. Call (833) 832-7067 if you don’t have internet or need help signing up. Call center support is available 7am-7pm, 7 days a week. Spanish language and other translators are available to help callers.

What is the status of the COVID-19 vaccines that are being developed?

There are currently several vaccines under development. The FDA has granted an Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) to the Pfizer, Moderna,and Johnson & Johnson vaccines contra costa health services number may choose to give other vaccines the same approval based on the careful review of the safety data. Additional COVID-19 vaccines in development are expected to be available in 2021.

How effective are the approved vaccines?

Two COVID-19 vaccines (produced by Pfizer and Moderna Therapeutics), report being 95 percent effective.

How will we know these COVID-19 vaccines are safe?

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has a known and proven process for the verification of vaccines, and while these COVID-19 vaccines have been made available quickly, no step in the safety and efficacy process was skipped. The FDA issued EUAs for the first COVID-19 vaccines, only after enough scientific data was shown to indicate the vaccines safety and efficacy in a clear and compelling manner.  

The current vaccines, even those with EUAs, continue through a trial phase, where they are tracking their volunteers to learn more about the long-term outcomes of taking the vaccine.

Can the vaccine give you the virus?

None of the COVID-19 vaccines authorized for use in the United States contain the live virus that causes COVID-19, which means they cannot give someone COVID-19. You may experience symptoms after receiving the vaccine. This is a normal response and is a sign that the body is learning to recognize and is building protection against the virus that causes COVID-19.

It is possible for someone to be infected with COVID-19 prior to receiving the vaccine and thus they would be contagious and could still test positive on a Contra costa health services number diagnostic PCR, or rapid test. It is also possible a person could be infected with the virus that causes COVID-19 just after vaccination and still get sick. This is because it typically takes a few weeks for the body to build immunity (protection against the virus that causes COVID-19) after vaccination. An uninfected vaccine recipient however would not test positive on a PCR or rapid test but could test positive on an antibody-based test.

What companies are manufacturing the COVID-19 vaccine, and how are the vaccines different?

Pfizerm-RNATwo doses 21 days apart
Moderna Therapeuticsm-RNATwo doses 28 days apart
Johnson & JohnsonViral Vector (non-replicating)Single dose

Will there be enough COVID-19 vaccine for everyone?

Though the initial supply of the COVID-19 vaccine will be limited, additional doses of the vaccine will be available as manufacturing and distribution ramp up. Initial doses are being allocated for critical populations, including health care workers, other essential workers, and people more likely to develop severe disease, like older adults and those with underlying health conditions.

COVID-19 Vaccine Allocation Guiding Principles and Health Care Workers Definition

Do I need a vaccine if I already had COVID-19?

Yes. The vaccine is recommended for people who previously have been infected with COVID-19. Vaccination of persons with current SARS-CoV-2 infection should be deferred until the person has recovered from acute illness and they can discontinue isolation. While there is no minimum interval between infection and vaccination, current evidence suggests reinfection is uncommon in the 90 days after initial infection. Persons with documented acute SARS-CoV-2 infection in the preceding 90 days may delay vaccination until near the end of this period, if desired.

Can I choose which vaccine I want to take?

Perhaps, when the supply of vaccines from all manufacturers becomes readily available. The vaccines will roll out across the country as they are approved for use by the FDA. Once there are multiple vaccines available, you will be able to inquire with providers to see which vaccine they have on hand, but individual providers may offer or only make one vaccine option available. 

Once people start taking the COVID-19 vaccine, will we need to keep wearing masks and social distancing?

Until a vast majority of the public is inoculated merrimack county savings bank jobs the vaccine, and more is learned about the immunity produced by the vaccines, people need to continue the current preventative measures to stop the spread of the virus. While the vaccine is the most important tool in controlling the pandemic, it is not a magic bullet that can end the pandemic right away. However as more and more people get the vaccine and/or develop natural immunity, we will get to the point where masks and social distancing are no longer needed.

Can my child get the COVID-19 vaccine?

At this time, the Pfizer vaccine is authorized under the EUA for people aged 12 and older. The Moderna vaccine is authorized under the EUA for people age 18 and older.

Will the COVID-19 vaccines require special handling?

Each vaccine has different storage and preparation requirements. Public Health staff who handle vaccines are trained on storing, handling and preparing them safely to ensure the viability of every vaccine dose.

What will the COVID-19 vaccine cost?

The vaccine is free. Operation Warp Speed, a federal program, is paying all the costs associated with vaccinations.

Is getting a COVID-19 vaccine immunization mandatory?

COVID-19 vaccinations are voluntary, but we strongly recommend all eligible persons receive the vaccine.

How many doses of vaccine will I need?

It is important to understand which vaccine you are receiving. Both Pfizer and Moderna require two doses. The Johnson & Johnson vaccine only requires one dose.

How long do I have to wait between doses?

Depending on the vaccine you receive, there may be a 21-28 days between the first and second dose. When you receive the first dose, it is important that you wait for the designated time and then get the second dose. The effectiveness of the vaccine is highest when the doses are spaced appropriately. Information will be provided to everyone who receives the COVID-19 vaccine to ensure they receive the correct second dose.

Is there any proof we need to show if we’ve had a COVID-19 vaccine shot?

Those receiving COVID-19 vaccine will have the immunization noted on their official IMMTRAC vaccine record.

What if I lost my COVID-19 vaccination card or need a replacement?

You may obtain an IMMTRAC print out of your COVID vaccination at any of Dallas County Health and Human Services clinics. Monday thru Friday 8am - 4 pm.

If you are not able to go in-person, you may request your record through the Department of State Health Services by fax or mail. Additional information about this process is available here:


COVID-19 Vaccine

The Florida Department of Health is providing COVID-19 vaccines to those wanting one from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the following locations:

  • Mondays - Lakeland Health Department, foreclosed homes for sale tulsa Lakeland Hills Blvd. in Lakeland;
  • Wednesdays - Auburndale Testing location, 245 E. Lake Ave. in Auburndale;
  • Thursdays - Bartow Specialty Care Clinic, 1255 Brice Blvd.;
  • Fridays - Haines City Health Department, 1700 Baker Ave. E. in Haines City.

The Florida Department of Health in Polk will offer the Moderna, Pfizer and the Johnson & Johnson vaccines. No appointment is necessary, however, if individuals wish to make an appointment, they may contact the DOH Polk Information Center at (863) 519-7911.

Vaccine is also available at 54 locations in Polk County, through both federal and state programs. Below is a list of federal programs and local partners:

  • Lakeland Regional Health - or call (863) 904-1895;
  • Winter Haven Hospital;
  • Watson Clinic, Bond Clinic, Gessler Clinic, Ridge Medical Group and Health Medical Ultra;
  • Retail pharmacies - Walmart, Publix, CVS, Walgreens, Quick & Save, Ariana Pharmacy, Cleveland Heights Pharmacy, Family Discount Pharmacy, Polk Community Pharmacy, Broadway Pharmacy, Noble Pharmacy and Medoz Pharmacy.

In contra costa health services number to DOH-Polk and Lakeland Regional Health’s vaccine availability, COVID-19 vaccine is also becoming more widely available through local pharmacies and private providers. Individuals are encouraged to visit the state’s COVID-19 vaccine locator to find vaccine availability nearest them. This can be found by visiting and clicking the Vaccine Site Locator map located on the home page.

Register through the state’s homebound website at [email protected] Their request will be routed to a regional incident management team who conduct home visits to administer vaccine.


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