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Hawai’i Island Vaccinations

UPDATE: COVID vaccinations will be provided by appointment on Wednesdays, 11 am – 3 pm, THROUGH FEBRUARY 22 ONLY.  February 22 will be the last day for the QNHCH COVID-19 vaccination clinic. To make an appointment, please call 808-881-4668.  After February 22, patients will need to see their primary care provider for a COVID-19 vaccination, or check online at for a nearby location.

Queen’s North Hawai’i Community Hospital on the Big Island is offering the Pfizer vaccination for those age 6 months and over. Anyone under 18 must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. 

The QNHCH Vaccination Clinic is open on Wednesdays from 11 am – 3 pm BY APPOINTMENT ONLY – call 808-881-4668 or email [email protected].

Queen’s North Hawai’i Community Hospital is now offering the Pfizer bivalent booster for those 5 years and older who have already completed their primary COVID vaccination series.

The updated COVID-19 booster was formulated to better protect against the most recently circulating COVID-19 variant. The new booster can help restore protection that has waned since previous vaccinations and was designed to provide broader protection against newer variants.

The bivalent vaccine is only for a booster dose and is not approved for the primary series or supplemental dose for the immunocompromised.  People are eligible for the bivalent booster two months after their last COVID vaccine dose. 

Regular COVID-19 vaccinations continue to be available for adults as well as children as young as six months.

The QNHCH COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic is located in the annex on the south side of hospital campus near the emergency room.  Those under age 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.

Helpful Reminders:

  • Please arrive no earlier than 15 minutes prior to appointment.
  • Please bring photo ID and insurance card if you have it.
  • Bring your vaccination card if you are coming for a second shot or booster.
  • Avoid wearing long-sleeved clothing.
  • No children not receiving a vaccination or animals allowed.
  • Masks are required for adults and children over two years.
  • All children receiving vaccines must be accompanied by their parent or legal guardian.
  • Children should be in comfortable, loose clothing – for children under 2 years, the vaccine is given in the upper thigh.
  • All patients will be monitored for side effects for a minimum of 15 minutes after receiving the COVID-19 vaccine.





Prepare for Your Vaccination 

  • The entire vaccination process may take about 45 minutes to 1 hour (this includes a 15-minute monitoring period).
  • Please avoid wearing long-sleeved clothing to help expedite your vaccination.
  • No children not receiving a vaccination or animals are allowed.
  • To speed up the process, please consider bringing both the Patient Registration Form and the Pre-Vaccination Questionnaire with you (see links below).
  • Those under 18 must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.
  • If you are coming for your second shot or your booster, please bring your original vaccination card.

For information about vaccine availability in other locations on Hawai’i Island,  visit the County webpage below.