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List of Juneau vaccine providers enrolled with the State of Alaska

January 19, 2021 – News

Local providers in Juneau have enrolled with the State of Alaska to distribute COVID-19 vaccine by appointment. Being state-enrolled, these providers follow the State of Alaska eligibility system. Providers have different ways of making appointments; some require appointments be made online, some require a phone call. Not all providers will have appointments at any given time, but more appointments open regularly. As of January 19, here is a list of state-enrolled COVID-19 vaccine providers in Juneau and information on how to schedule an appointment:


  1. Providers can enroll with the state at any time, so this list will change. This list is current as of January 19. The Alaska Department of Health and Social Services has the official information on state-enrolled vaccine providers in Juneau – you can find the information on a map or on this list at covidvax.alaska.gov.
  2. Fred Meyer and Genoa Healthcare use the state’s PrepMod registration system, which can be tricky to use. When you go to this link https://myhealth.alaska.gov/clinic/search, enter Juneau in the “Search by Address” field and hit Search. That should display the Fred Meyer and Genoa Healthcare listings, which includes appointment dates and how many appointments are available. Alternatively, you can use this statewide website to see available appointments at Fred Meyer and Genoa Healthcare; if a provider isn’t listed, that means there are no appointments available.

For more information on the vaccine providers enrolled with the State of Alaska, go to covidvax.alaska.gov. For help finding a vaccine provider in Juneau or making an appointment, call the state’s vaccine hotline at 907-646-3322 and leave a message for someone to call you back, or email covid19vaccine@alaska.gov.

Vaccine managed by  the Alaska Tribal Health System, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, and the U.S. Department of Defense may have different eligibility criteria and system for administering the vaccine. Beneficiaries of Southeast Alaska Regional Health Consortium (SEARHC) can find vaccine information here.