Coronavirus Vaccine Information
It list ingredients of vaccine to determine allergies and answers other questions you may have.
Vaccine factsheets get constantly updated. For latest information on vaccines, visit CDC site by clicking here.
Frequently asked questions
Thank you for your interest in crushing COVID-19 by getting vaccinated! We hope to see you soon!
-Darryn and the Hillcrest Pharmacy team!
Frequently asked questions
We are a small pharmacy with limited resources. We are currently overwhelmed with phone calls about vaccines and coordinating current bookings and working with our pharmacy patients. We feel honored and privileged to help crush the COVID virus, however we appreciate your support by booking your appointments via our website and read the FAQ for any questions you may have. Please avoid calling us for questions that have been answered below.
Will I need an ID or proof of employment?
If you are in current phase of vaccination as defined by state due to your profession, you may be asked for proof of employment and you may also be asked for proof of age or if under 65yr old, please bring your list of meds/medical conditions(does not need to be official).
Is there a charge for the vaccine?
The vaccine itself is free and administered at no cost to you (the patient). The administrators can charge a fee to patients’ insurance for administration fee to cover the cost of collecting, screening, administering, monitoring, reporting duties related to the vaccine. Please bring your insurance cards. If you are a Medicare recipient please bring your red, white & blue Medicare card. If you have a private plan, please bring your Medical and Pharmacy benefit cards. Medicaid recipients can bring Medicaid ID card. Uninsured persons need to bring either Social Security Card or valid/unexpired State ID or unexpired drivers license.
Can I change my appointment or bring my spouse or another person?
No. Appointment is reserved only for 1 person who completed the survey. Due to limitations of available doses and in accordance with guidelines we cannot honor walk-ins at this time. If you cannot make the assigned spot, please email us as soon as possible.
How do I get more information about the vaccines?
Questions about vaccines should be directed to your physician or ask your trusted Hillcrest Pharmacist at the time of appointment. You may also utilize the resources on our website and CDC/State of MD dept of health website.
How should I prepare for my appointment?
Wear proper clothing so the pharmacist can access your upper arm easily. Plan to wait 15 minutes after appointment in your car. If you have a reaction or do not feel well, please return to the pharmacy immediately.
You can also visit our webpage for update Frequently asked questions.
We thank everyone for their cooperation and our volunteers.
Darryn and the Hillcrest Pharmacy Team