Frequently asked questions about COVID
Testing & Vaccines
What type of COVID test does SCHC offer?
Does SCHC do rapid tests?
I haven't received a call with my test results. Are my results in?
I am traveling out of Alaska by air/road. Can I get tested at SCHC?
- Ted Stephens Airport/Capstone (907) 333-2133
- Alpine Clinic 907-344-2400
I have a medical procedure coming up. Can I schedule a test with SCHC?
When are you offering drive-through testing?
Drive-through testing – how much does it cost?
Can you e-mail, text, or fax me my results?
I have COVID-like symptoms. What should I do? How do I get tested?
- First you should quarantine away from others until you get evaluated. You should contact your healthcare provider as soon as possible. We schedule our patients usually the same day and have the ability to do a rapid molecular test at providers discretion.
- Bottom line, anyone with COVID symptoms should be tested as soon as possible regardless of exposure or vaccination status.
- Click here for an easy-to-read infographic
Which vaccines are offered at Seward Community Health Center?
We offer Pfizer, Moderna, and Johnson & Johnson.
Pfizer - 2-dose series, 21 days apart*
Moderna is a 2-dose series, 28 days apart
Johnson & Johnson is a 1-dose vaccine
Is the COVID vaccine free?
Who is eligible to receive the COVID vaccine?
COVID‐19 Vaccines Available to All People Age 12+ Who Live or Work in Alaska
The COVID‐19 vaccine is available to all people age 12 years and older who are living, working, or traveling in Alaska.
Seward Community Health Center (SCHC) is offering the two‐shot Moderna and Pfizer vaccine series and the one‐shot Johnson & Johnson vaccine.
SCHC will administer these vaccines by appointment only. Those interested should call 907‐224‐2273. Callers should leave their name, date of birth, and phone number, and also specify which vaccine they are interested in.
Once scheduled for the vaccine, patients should bring photo ID and insurance information to their appointment. There is no charge for the COVID‐19 vaccine. If you are insured, SCHC will bill the patient’s insurance for a nominal vaccine administration fee.
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All patients are screened for COVID before being admitted to the building.
All staff and visitors in the building are required to wear a mask. We will provide you with a mask if you do not have one.