As the cases of COVID-19 decrease throughout our state, Brown Medicine would like to thank our patients for assisting us during the last surge. Whether it was rescheduling a routine visit or changing your appointment to telemedicine, your cooperation allowed us to take the necessary measures to be able to give our sickest patients the care they needed.


As we move forward, please keep in mind that the pandemic is not over. We strongly encourage all eligible patients to stay up to date on your COVID-19 vaccinations, including boosters. The booster adds significant protection against infection and severe illness. If not vaccinated at all, please do so now. Pfizer and Moderna boosters may be given at 5 months from the last vaccination (or two months after one J&J vaccination). On March 29, 2022, the CDC updated guidance regarding an additional booster dose. Visit the CDC website for details including the allowance to get an additional booster if 4 months or more from the last dose, if 50 years of age or over, or if with certain underlying conditions. https://www.cdc.gov/media/releases/2022/s0328-covid-19-boosters.html

To make an appointment and get additional information, visit C19vaccineRI.org or call 844-930-1779. We follow the Centers for Disease Control’s recommendations regarding isolation and quarantine guidelines for persons who have been infected and/or exposed to the COVID-19 virus. https://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 Patient Center on Wampanoag Trail in East Providence or our Warwick Primary Care office to make an appointment. Both locations have Moderna and Pfizer vaccines available.

(This information is current as of 03/29/22 and is subject to change/update.)

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