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Creighton University Rasmussen Center one of four Douglas County vaccine sites

VaccineCreighton University and its clinical health care partner, CHI Health, are among four community partners serving as COVID-19 community vaccine clinics in partnership with the Douglas County Health Department.

The Creighton clinic will be open Saturdays, until further notice, beginning Saturday, Feb. 6, and will be located in the Rasmussen Center on campus at 702 N. 17th St. Clinic hours will be 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.More information about parking and shuttle service can be found on Creighton Universityís Community Vaccine Clinic page.

Creighton faculty, staff and students from the health sciences and other areas of the University will be assisting with all aspects of the vaccine clinic on the Creighton campus.

Currently, the Douglas County Health Department is scheduling vaccination appointments for Douglas County residents who are 80 years of age or older. Vaccinations will be by appointment only; no walk-ins will be accepted.

Douglas County residents born in 1941 or earlier can register for an appointment through the Douglas County Health Departmentís COVID-19 Vaccine Registration Site or by calling the health departmentís information line at 402.444.3400. Registration is through the Douglas County Health Department only, and not Creighton University or CHI Health.

This is the beginning of Phase 1-B of the vaccination rollout and will provide the first dose of the vaccine for this group.

Information on all four vaccine sites can be found here.


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