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Posted on: January 21, 2021

[ARCHIVED] COVID-19 Community Vaccination Clinic

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The Community Vaccination Clinic will move operations to the City of Rock Hill Operations Center, 757 S. Anderson Road, Rock Hill, SC 29730 effective Tuesday, May 18, 2021. The last day shots will be administered at the Galleria Mall location is Friday, May 14. The Community Vaccination Clinic will utilize space in the Administration Building of the City Operations Center. The clinic will operate Tuesdays through Fridays, with appointment times 8:30 AM to 2:30 PM. Volunteers will no longer be needed to sustain clinic operations after May 14.  

Beginning Monday, March 8th, South Carolina will enter Phase 1b and those eligible may begin scheduling their appointments to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.  Find out if you're eligible.

York County and other community leaders have collaboratively worked together to establish and coordinate a community clinic to administer the COVID-19 vaccination in York County. 

The clinic is located at the following address:  

Galleria Mall-In the space formerly occupied by Home South and Goody’s*

2295 Dave Lyle Blvd

Rock Hill, SC 29730

Parking and entrance to the clinic space are on the rear side of the mall, between Walmart and the mall entrance.

Operating hours are as follows: 

Tuesdays through Fridays from 9 AM to 4 PM by appointment only starting January 22, 2021.

Appointments are required and will follow the guidelines for phased eligibility outlined by South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (SCDHEC), with availability dependent upon the number of doses received each week from SCDHEC. To register (if eligible), please submit a Piedmont Medical Center vaccine request form . Email addresses are required for registration. Appointments for second doses will be made at the time the first shot is given. Patients are highly encouraged to receive their second dose from the same provider who administered the first.

Appointments will be filled weekly based on the number of vaccine doses Piedmont expects to receive. When no additional appointments are available, patients will be instructed to check back online to schedule appointments as they become available. Be sure to check the VAMS portal frequently for open appointments, as they are released on a weekly schedule. Tuesday appointments will be made available by that Monday at Noon. Appointments for the remainder of the week will be available by Tuesday at Noon.

The South Carolina Emergency Management Division, in support of DHEC, has activated their Public Information Phone System to assist people with locating COVID-19 vaccination appointment information. Please call SCDHEC CARES line: 1-855-472-3432. The Community Vaccine Clinic Call Center is open. Call 803-980-2684 during clinic hours, Tues-Friday 9 AM – 4 PM, for assistance. Call takers aren’t able to make an appointment over the phone just yet, but can help guide you through the process and answer questions.

Interested in Volunteering?

Dozens of volunteers are needed daily to assist with a variety of tasks including registration, data entry, and answering phones to make appointments and answer questions. Additionally, medical professionals are needed to administer shots and observe patients following their inoculation. Volunteer shifts are 8 AM to 4 PM Tuesdays through Fridays, with lunch provided by local businesses in partnership with the York County Regional Chamber of Commerce.  The vaccination clinic is now offering partial volunteer shifts. Partial shifts are listed as Morning Fill and Half Day Fill  on the volunteer sign-up forms (please see below graphic for more information). When signing up as a partial shift volunteer, individuals will need to put within the notes section what they want to do as a volunteer at the clinic.  To volunteer, please sign-up using the links below:

Sign Ups for Non-Medical Volunteers:

Sign Ups for Medical Volunteers:

Parking and entrance to the clinic space is available on the rear side of the mall, between Walmart and the mall entrance. 

For information about who is eligible to receive the vaccine; as well as, information about the COVID-19 vaccine please visit SCDHEC

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