The number of COVID-19 cases continue to rise and fall throughout our state.


We thank our patients for enabling Brown Medicine to adjust to these fluctuations in cases. Whether it is rescheduling a routine visit or changing your appointment to telemedicine, your cooperation allows us to take measures to prioritize the necessary care for our sickest patients.

Please keep in mind that the coronavirus is still circulating. We strongly encourage all eligible patients to stay up to date on COVID-19 vaccinations, including boosters. The booster adds significant protection against infection and severe illness. If not vaccinated at all, please consider doing so now. Pfizer and Moderna boosters may be given at five months from the last vaccination (or two months after one J&J vaccination). Back in March 2022, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) updated its guidance regarding an additional booster dose. Visit www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/vaccines/booster-shot.html for details including the allowance for an additional booster if four months or more from the last dose, if 50 years of age or over, or if with specific underlying conditions.

To make an appointment and get additional information, visit C19vaccineRI.org or call 844-930-1779. We follow the CDC recommendations regarding isolation and quarantine guidelines for persons who have been infected and/or exposed to the COVID-19 virus. www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/your-health/quarantine-isolation.html

If you are currently a Brown Medicine patient and need the COVID-19 vaccine, please call our East Providence Patient Center, Internal Medicine East Greenwich or Warwick Primary Care offices to make an appointment. Moderna and Pfizer vaccines are available at each location.

(This information is current as of 7/12/22 and is subject to change/update.)

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