Calling all small practices to participate in administering COVID-19 vaccines!
As California continues its efforts to vaccinate all eligible residents against COVID-19, the state is offering providers up to $55,000 to support vaccination efforts. Eligible providers can be reimbursed for related expenses incurred since November 2020 and through November 2021, including staffing and training (most common expenses), technology, infrastructure, supplies and equipment, and administrative overhead. The application cycle has been extended to Dec. 17, 2021, at 11:59 p.m. PT to allow CalVaxGrant applicants more time to begin and/or complete the myCAvax process. Funds are still first-come, first-served. CalVaxGrant APPLICATION DEADLINE EXTENDED to Dec. 17, 2021!
Small practice providers can apply to receive $10,000 for up to five vaccination sites. Funds can be used for costs and related expenses incurred since November 2020, including staffing, training, technology, infrastructure, supplies/equipment and administrative overhead.
Local COVID-19 Resources:
The Sonoma County Medical Association closed its vaccine clinic operation on August 8, 2021. We are grateful to Santa Rosa Community Health for partnering with SCMA as our vaccine provider. A heartfelt THANK YOU to SRCH and our incredible vaccine clinic volunteers! If you received your vaccine from the SCMA vaccine clinic and are looking for a booster, please contact your primary care provider for your booster shot. Alternatively, you may visit this page for more info on Sonoma County vaccine providers.
SCMA will continue to compile relevant resources to support our local medical community during the COVID-19 pandemic.