Get Your COVID-19 Vaccine Here
Jewish HomeLife is scheduling appointments for the Covid-19 vaccine in The Zaban Tower clinic on our Buckhead campus Wednesdays & Fridays 11:00am to 2:00pm. Currently, we are ONLY administering the Moderna vaccine to adults age 18 and older at this location.
Note: Pfizer is the only COVID vaccine currently approved for children aged 12 to 17.
Click the link below to book an available appointment for the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine ONLY.
Note: The Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine is administered as a 2-dose series, 1 month apart, into the muscle.
What is the cost?
There is no cost for COVID-19 vaccine through public health. If you have health insurance, we will ask for your insurance information, but you will have no out of pocket costs. If you do not have insurance, you will not be charged a fee.
How many shots will be needed?
The Moderna vaccine will require two doses. We will follow up after your first appointment to schedule the second dose.
Where can I find the Moderna factsheet?
Click Here to view the Moderna factsheet.
In continued consultation with the Medical Director of The William Breman Jewish Home, Dr. Elliott Jackson, Jewish HomeLife follows the guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS). Safety is our primary concern for our residents, clients and staff. We have made significant efforts to make sure all of our team members and residents are vaccinated. Through our aggressive PPE procurement efforts, widespread contact tracing and access to highly sensitive and accurate testing we have processes in place to contain the virus if (when) faced with cases. We have led the way in infection control, and have earned our families’ trust.
Among our senior care peers, Jewish HomeLife is leading the way with regard to testing, contact tracing, PPE, infection control and making efforts to vaccinate our residents and staff. We have a proven track record of isolating and containing any instances of COVID-19, and keeping our communities safe and healthy for residents and team members.
Watch our 2-minute video to see how the exceptional men and women of Jewish HomeLife have come together to protect our residents and each other.
We have comprehensive admissions and readmissions guidelines that follow CMS and CDC recommendations for our residents to ensure their health and safety, as well as our staff and their families.
Jewish HomeLife Safety Pillars
Jewish HomeLife continually earns the trust of our residents, clients, and families by operating all our residential communities and at-home care services with four guiding safety pillars, to the best of our ability, each day.
- Ensure the safety of our residents and clients
- Ensure the safety of our staff
- Continue to educate and train our team members about infection control and COVID-19, based upon evolving virus developments
- Continue our partnerships with all local, state, and federal agencies