Please note: Our ability to vaccinate depends on the supply, provided to us by the state, of vaccines each week.

First Point Urgent Care currently offers the vaccine by appointment or WALK-INS.  

To learn more about the Vaccines please follow this link:

Please come prepared with your current list of medications, allergies, drivers license and insurance card. If you have a Medicare Advantage plan through UHC, BCBS, CIGNA, etc.. you will need to bring a copy of your straight Medicare card or provide your SSN and DOB so we can look your Medicare number up. If you are uninsured the Uninsured Care Act will cover the cost, you must attest that you have no insurance coverage and provide your Drivers license and/or Social Security Number or other State ID. There is no cost for the vaccine, the administration fee will be covered by your insurance plan at 100% with no cost share.

Please let the staff  know if you have any severe allergies, you are immunocompromised, have COPD, heart disease, diabetes or other serious conditions. All patients will be required to stay at least 15 minutes after their vaccination for observation for any adverse effects. You will be provided with a CDC Vaccine Card with your Vaccine manufacturer, lot number and time of your second dose. The second dose should be received no earlier than 28 days after your first dose for Moderna Vaccines and Pfizer Vaccines no earlier than 3 weeks.



Vaccinating those most vulnerable and those protecting them

  • Hospitals, Long-term care facilities and residents, including Department of Mental Health (DMH)-operated facilities.

  • Home health, Hospice, Dialysis centers, Urgent care.

  • Vaccinator staff and those administering COVID testing.

  • Congregate community healthcare settings staff and residents, including DMH contracted settings and adult day cares.

  • High-risk non-congregate healthcare, including clinics, physicians, and home care providers.

  • All remaining patient-facing healthcare providers, including but not limited to health care workers in emergency shelters, dental offices, school nurses, pharmacies, public health clinics, mental/behavioral health providers, and correctional settings.

Phase 1B – Tier 1: First Responders & Emergency Services

Protecting those who keep us safe and help us during an emergency

  • Public Health Administrators and Staff

  • Law Enforcement

  • Fire Services

  • Corrections

  • Emergency Management

  • Public Works

  • Emergency Services

Phase 1B – Tier 2: High Risk Individuals

Protecting those who are at increased risk for severe illness

  • Anyone 65 and older

  • Any adults with cancer, Chronic Kidney Disease, COPD, Heart Conditions, weakened immune system due to organ transplant, severe obesity (BMI >40), pregnancy, Sickle Cell Disease, Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus, or individuals with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities such as Down Syndrome.

Phase 1B – Tier 3: Critical Infrastructure

Protecting those who keep the essential functions of society running

  • Education

  • Childcare

  • Communications Infrastructure

  • Dams Sector

  • Energy Sector

  • Food & Agriculture Sector 1

  • Government

  • Information Technology

  • Nuclear Reactor Sector

  • Transportation Systems

  • Water and Wastewater Systems

Phase 2: Equity & Economic Recovery

Accelerating equitable economic growth

  • Chemical Sector

  • Commercial Facilities Sector

  • Critical Manufacturing Sector

  • Defense Industrial Base Sector

  • Financial Services Sector

  • Food & Agriculture Sector 2

  • Government

  • Higher Education

  • Disproportionately Affected

  • Homeless


  • All Missouri Residents