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Volunteer at Vaccine Clinics

Are you looking for a way to give back to your community? Hundreds of individuals across the Lord Fairfax Health District have come together to serve their community by working at one of our four vaccine sites.

We are currently accepting volunteers at the following locations:

  • Shenandoah University, James. R. Wilkins Athletics & Events Center
  • Luray VFW
  • Warren County Health and Human Services

While some volunteer positions that require clinical licensure/certification, many positions are available to people of all abilities.

Position

Description

Registration and Check In

Welcome, determine eligibility, register (Must be 21 years or older)

Vaccinator (clinical only)

Administer vaccinations

Post Vaccination Observation (clinical only)

Monitors the patient for 15min after their injection to ensure no adverse side effects

Transportation Cart Driver

Transport patients to from their vehicles (University Staff only)

Vaccine Inventory (must be approved)

Responsible for vaccine inventory

Site Coordinator (must be approved)

Oversee all things Clinic

Clinical Floor Lead (must be approved)

Oversee Clinical operations and answer clinical questions

Check Out

Ensure patients complete their post-vaccination observation time.

Escorts/Greeters/ Runners

All things hospitality. Assist those at posts with needs.

To become a volunteer at one of our vaccine clinics, please email vaccinevolunteer@valleyhealthlink.com.

When can I start volunteering?

Many shifts are available at each location for first and second dose clinics. Once you have filled out an application, a staff member will be in touch with you to begin the scheduling process.

Will I receive a vaccine because I am a volunteer?

Valley Health clinics are now vaccinating those in phase 1a and 1b. This includes frontline essential workers, people aged 65 years and older, people aged 16 through 64 years with high-risk medical conditions or a disability and people living in correctional facilities, homeless shelters and migrant labor camps.

Volunteers should not expect to receive a vaccine if they are outside of those groups and if they have not secured an appointment at valleyhealthlink.com/c19vaccinations.

Take the next step and become a volunteer at one of our vaccine clinics. Email: vaccinevolunteer@valleyhealthlink.com.