Vaccinations Are Your Best Protection Against COVID-19

When you get the vaccine, you are protecting more than yourself. You are helping to protect your family, friends, and community. While it is still possible for a vaccinated person to get COVID-19, the vaccine and booster greatly reduce the risk of severe illness.

Each COVID-19 vaccine has been tested in clinical trials involving tens of thousands of people where it was found that the benefits greatly outweigh the risks. Billions of people across the world have received the vaccine, and very few serious side effects have been reported.

The Pfizer and Moderna vaccines have been fully approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

The vaccine cannot give you COVID-19, and it does not affect fertility.

COVID-19 Vaccine Information

Vaccines are free and no ID is required.

Who can get vaccinated?

You do not have to be an OLE Health patient to get a vaccine at OLE Health. Anyone over the age of 6 months can receive the COVID-19 vaccine.

You will not be considered fully vaccinated until:

  • 2 weeks after a second dose of the Pfizer or Moderna COVID-19 vaccine.
  • 2 weeks after a single-dose of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine.

Vaccinations at OLE Health

OLE Health South Napa Campus and North Napa Campus

Wednesdays and Fridays from 9:00 AM – 4:30 PM. at 300 Hartle Court, Napa

Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9:00 AM – 4:30 PM. at 1141 Pear Tree Lane, Napa

Vaccination is by appointment only

For other vaccine locations, visit 

Available Vaccines 

Ages 6 months+ – All doses of 3-dose primary series of Pfizer or 2-dose primary series of Moderna

Ages 6-11 – First and Second Dose of Pfizer or Moderna and Pfizer monovalent booster

Ages 11-18 – First and Second Dose of Pfizer or Moderna
Ages 19 and older – Second dose Moderna

Ages 6 months+ – Pfizer bivalent booster

Ages 6 years+ – Moderna bivalent booster

Other Vaccine Locations

For other vaccine locations, including locations that don’t require an appointment, visit 

Your Vaccine Card

After you get your shot, you will be given a vaccination card. Keep it handy to show when you travel or for certain activities. It’s a good idea to take a picture of it with your phone. Bring your card with you when you come in for your second shot or a booster so the information will be added to your vaccine card.

Need a New Vaccine Card?

  • If you are an OLE Health patient, call us. We will print your immunization record for you.
  • If you are NOT a current patient, call your healthcare provider and ask them to print your CAIR immunization record.

By registering for this event, I authorize OLE Health to use my picture, including photographic and video images, and my voice. I hereby grant to OLE Health the right to use, publish, and reproduce, for all purposes, my name, pictures of me in film or electronic (video) form, sound and video recordings of my voice, in printed and electronic copy in any and all media including television and the Internet, and for exhibition, promotion, advertising, press conferences, meetings, conferences and in brochures and other print media. I hereby release OLE Health and any of its associated or affiliated companies, their directors, officers, and employees from all claims of every kind on account of such use.

If I am a minor under 18 years old, a parent or legal guardian is required to read this release and approve its terms.