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Hudson Physicians has telemedicine visits for your convenience. We currently have availability. If you’re experiencing flu-like symptoms, fever, cough, or difficulty breathing. We can counsel on COVID-19 (Coronavirus) via Telemedicine.
Measures we are taking to avoid any possible exposure
Patients are required to wear a mask and will be greeted at the door by one of our staff. If you do not have a mask, one will be provided. You will be asked some screening questions, then guided to the appropriate area of the clinic for your appointment.
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January 18, 2021
- We will be calling you so no need to call us. We will be reaching out to patients to schedule their vaccine appointment. This helps us keep the phone lines free for patients in need of other healthcare services.
- Vaccines are by appointment only, at this time we cannot accommodate walk-ins we have a tight supply and timeline to manage for giving second shots.
To our Pierce County patients over the age of 65.
Pierce County has 300 vaccine appointments available next week for residents over 65 years old.
Appointments are posted Monday morning at 8:30am via online (https://piercecountycovid19vaccine.as.me/schedule.php) or phone 844-684-1064.
Over March, our supply of vaccine doses received from the State of Wisconsin has steadily increased each week. We just received word that we will receive 1,000 doses of vaccine next week, which is the highest weekly amount we have received so far. So the good news is with supply increasing, we are able to open up who we can vaccinate.
This week, we have started to call our patients over the age of 50 who also have one or more chronic conditions to schedule a vaccine appointment. We are also working with some local employers to coordinate vaccines for their essential workers. If you work for one of these companies, you will be given scheduling instructions from your HR department.
Over the past few weeks, we have reached out to all of our patients over 65 to offer the vaccine and are starting to work back through the list. We want to make sure everybody over 65 has been offered the vaccine. Many have received the vaccine elsewhere, and that is not a problem. Just let us know, and we will record in it your chart. If you are over 65, an educator or healthcare worker, and either live in the Hudson area or a patient of Hudson Physicians, please give us a call at 715-531-6800, and we will prioritize to get you scheduled for a vaccine.
Patients 50-65 who have one or more chronic conditions will contact you over the next few weeks to get you scheduled.
With the supply continuing to increase, we expect by April 12th that we will be scheduling all patients with chronic conditions regardless of age and open to all patients by the end of April.
A special thanks to all of our patients! Often the State of Wisconsin makes various populations eligible to receive the vaccine (and these often differ from Minnesota and Federal CDC guidance). Still, the actual vaccine supply is not available yet, creating confusion and misinformation. Despite that, we have found all of our patients to be understanding and easy to work with as we deal with these issues allowing us to focus on getting the supply of vaccine we do have into patient's arms. Your patience and understanding are appreciated!
COVID-19 Vaccine Update: 2.3.2021
We have disappointing news to share. We were notified that we would not be getting any vaccine over the next two weeks to administer first doses to our patients 75 years or older. We are getting just enough doses to cover those who need the second shot. This required us to reach out and start rescheduling patients and will delay when we expect to begin vaccinating other age groups. The State of Wisconsin said they received 4 times the amount of requests for vaccines from providers as they had supplies. We were expecting a reduced amount, not zero.
We are still prioritizing the list by age, starting with those 85 years and older, then 80 years and older, and so on. We have 4,000 patients over the age of 75.
To date, we have vaccinated 1,469 patients.
Our revised timeline moving forward given the supply issues is as follows:
Happening this week – Second doses only for patients 75 and older, healthcare workers, police, and fire personnel - New vaccinations are not currently being scheduled.
Feb 22 – Age 70 and older
March 8 – Age 65 and older
Mid to late March - Educators and other essential workers