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COVID-19 Vaccine Resource Center

COVID-19 Vaccine Resource Center

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At Tidelands Health, we’re proud to be our region’s leader in COVID-19 vaccination, administering thousands of doses of the lifesaving vaccine at our regional vaccination sites in Georgetown and Horry counties. It’s never been easier to take your shot. Walk in at one of our three regional vaccination sites to get your COVID-19 vaccine at your convenience.

covid-19 vaccine Booster doses: what you need to know

The FDA and CDC have approved booster doses of the COVID-19 vaccine for eligible individuals. Learn more about booster dose eligibility and availability by clicking here.


Tidelands Health also offers a third dose of the Pfizer vaccine to moderately and severely immunocompromised individuals. Read more about third doses for the immunocompromised.

Walk-in hours

Anyone 12 and older is eligible to receive the initial phase of the COVID-19 vaccine in South Carolina. Booster and third dose vaccinations are available to eligible groups. Click here to learn more about who is eligible.

There is no out-of-pocket cost to be vaccinated. Walk-in hours are as follows:

  • Tidelands Georgetown Memorial Hospital, Harris Medical Pavilion entrance, 606 Black River Road, Georgetown, every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, 9 a.m-4 p.m.
  • Tidelands Health Medical Park at The Market Common, 2200 Crow Lane, Myrtle Beach, Tuesday-Friday, 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
  • The Compass Professional Center, 10607 Highway 707, Myrtle Beach, Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-4 p.m.

Before your vaccination: Review the vaccine fact sheet

Tidelands Health is administering the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine. The FDA requires that everyone who receives a COVID-19 vaccine receive and review a fact sheet.

To review the Pfizer fact sheet, which contains important information about the vaccine, possible side effects and contraindications, click here.

Vaccinations for children ages 12-15

In alignment with FDA and CDC authorization, Tidelands Health offers the initial phase of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine to anyone 12 and older. For children ages 12 to 15, a consent form is required. Download patient forms by clicking here.

For eligibility regarding third doses, and booster doses, please click here.

On the day of your vaccination

  • If you have a health insurance card, please bring it. But, remember, there's no charge to you for the COVID-19 vaccine. In addition, identification is not required.

Your vaccine record

You’ll receive a vaccination card at the time of your COVID-19 vaccination. This small, white card will list which vaccine you received, the date of your vaccination and where you were vaccinated. Please keep this card safe, as it is an important health record.

A few tips to protect your card

  • Do not laminate your card. The lamination process could damage your card or make it hard to read.
  • Make copies of your card, and store the original in a safe place – just as you would any other important document. Carry a copy in your wallet, or take a photo of your card and keep it on your phone.
  • Do not post a photo of your card on social media. Your vaccination card contains personal information that could be used for identity theft. Instead, post a photo of your Tidelands Health “I took my shot!” sticker to share your vaccination pride.

Print a COVID-19 vaccine certificate

If you lose your vaccination card or need another copy of your vaccination record, you may access a COVID-19 vaccination certificate via the Tidelands Health patient portal. This printable certificate lists the type of vaccine you received, as well as the date(s) your vaccine was administered. Log in to the portal, and click on “COVID-19 Certificate” to access your personalized certificate.

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