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Schedule a Vaccine

Cape Cod Healthcare offers online scheduling for a first dose vaccine appointment at the Cape Cod Hospital Community Vaccine Clinic.

Schedule a Vaccine Appointment

Please note:

  • The Moderna vaccine will be given for appointments on May 17, 20, 21 and 26. The Moderna vaccine is FDA authorized only for use in individuals 18 years old and above.
  • The Pfizer vaccine will be given for appointments on May 19 for anyone 12 years old and above. 
  • If scheduling for a 12-17 year old and a Pfizer clinic is not available, please call the COVID-19 Testing and Vaccine Line at 508-534-7013 to be placed on a wait list for the next available clinic.
  • For individuals who prefer to schedule an appointment by phone, please call 508-534-7103.
  • Online vaccine scheduling can also be accessed through the MyChart patient portal.
  • Walk-ins are also welcome - an appointment is not necessary to receive a vaccination.

Visitation & Accompaniment Policy

At Cape Cod Healthcare, we are committed to the continued safety of our patients and staff during the COVID-19 pandemic. Effective May 11, 2021, we have updated our visitation policy as follows:

  • Two visitors will be allowed per day, per patient
  • Visitor(s) will self-screen for symptoms of respiratory illness and fever per hospital policy
  • Visitor(s) must wear a mask at all times
  • Visiting hours are 11:00 a.m.- 7:00 p.m. daily
  • No visitors under the age of 18
  • No visitors for COVID-19 patients with the exception for labor and delivery noted below


  1. END of LIFE: Two visitors will be allowed. The visitor(s) will self-screen for symptoms of respiratory illness and fever per hospital policy and be required to wear a mask.
  2. Labor and Delivery: One support person (same person for duration of stay) will be allowed. The support person will be screened for symptoms of respiratory illness and fever per hospital policy and required to wear a mask.
    • In the case of a patient with a positive Covid-19 PCR test admitted to The Family Birthplace at Cape Cod Hospital, the patient will be allowed one partner. The support person will be provided PPE surgical mask, gown, face shield and gloves.
  3. Accompaniment: In those situations where it is of benefit to either the patient or the provider for the patient to have either a caregiver or family member accompany them to the facility, the visitor (one only) will be allowed. The visitor will self-screen for symptoms of respiratory illness and fever per hospital policy and be required to wear a mask. When the visitor is not able to physically be with the patient (during actual procedure time, etc.) the visitor may be asked to wait outside of the facility or in a specified waiting area depending on social distancing guideline (providing a cell phone number) and will be contacted to return when the patient is ready.

Examples of these situations include but are not limited to:

  • A minor accompanied by a parent or guardian
  • A person with cognitive impairment, memory impairment or dementia accompanied by a caregiver
  • A person with limited mobility accompanied by an attendant/caregiver
  • A person with anxiety or phobia regarding their visit/procedure
  • A person whom the provider deems necessary for the patients care and safety

Applicable CCHC facilities include:

  • Cape Cod Hospital
  • Falmouth Hospital
  • Visiting Nurse Association of Cape Cod
  • CCHC Laboratory Services
  • Bourne Outpatient Center
  • Fontaine Outpatient Center
  • Rogers Outpatient Center
  • Stoneman Outpatient Center
  • Wilkens Outpatient Medical Complex
  • Oppenheim Medical Building
  • Strawberry Hill Medical Building
  • John and Marjorie McGraw Medical Complex
  • Clark Cancer Center
  • Davenport Mugar Cancer Center
  • Centers for Behavioral Health
  • Medical Affiliates of Cape Cod

The intent of our visitation policy is to protect the health and safety of our patients and staff. Thank you for helping to keep our community safe.