March 4, 2021 – Southeast Georgia Health System has available COVID-19
vaccine appointments for residents meeting current eligibility criteria
at their Brunswick and Kingsland Vaccine Clinics. Appointments can be
scheduled online at
Brunswick Campus, Linda S. Pinson Conference Center
2415 Parkwood Drive, Brunswick
Saturday, March 6, 8 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Wednesday, March 10, 8 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Camden Community Recreation Center
1050 Wildcat Drive, Kingsland
Monday, March 8, 8 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Friday, March 12, 8 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Based on guidelines established by Governor Kemp on Dec. 30, 2020, individuals
65 years old and older, their caregivers, health care workers and emergency
first responders are eligible to receive the vaccine.
Effective March 8, an expanded group of individuals may receive a COVID-19
vaccine. Additional guidance has been provided by the Governor’s
office regarding the expansion on March 8 to (1) Adults with intellectual
and development disabilities and their caregivers; (2) parents of children
with complex medical conditions or who are at high risk of COVID complications;
and (3) teachers and childcare staff meeting certain criteria. Below is
the additional guidance provided:
1. Adults with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities and Their Caregivers
Intellectual disability is characterized by significant limitations in
both intellectual functioning and in
adaptive behavior, which covers many everyday social and practical skills. This disability
before the age of 22.
developmental disability is a physical or mental impairment that happens before the age of 22,
is expected to last a lifetime, and impacts at least three activities
of daily living. Activities of daily living include self-care; receptive
and expressive language; learning; mobility; self-direction; capacity
for independent living; and economic self-sufficiency.
2. Parents of Children with Complex Medical Conditions or who are at high
risk for COVID complications:
- Malignancies requiring active treatment
- Immunocompromised state (weakened immune system) including organ transplant
(bone marrow or solid organ) within 2 years
- Critical congenital heart disease
- Asthma (moderate to severe)
- Sickle cell disease
- Obesity (BMI >95th index-for-age percentile)
- Cystic fibrosis
- Significant neurologic injury or condition (hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy,
traumatic brain injury, congenital anomaly) with functional/developmental
impairment (e.g. cerebral palsy, developmental delay or disability, prematurity,
- Technology dependence (e.g. BiPAP, trach)
3. Pre-K, K-12, and DECAL Licensed or Exempt Childcare Programs Educators and Staff
Those receiving the vaccine must be available for a second dose 21 days
later for the Pfizer vaccine or 28 days later for the Moderna vaccine.
Individuals receiving the vaccine must provide a form of identification,
and should wear a shirt that provides access to their upper arm. Masks
are required when in a Health System facility. Following the vaccination,
recipients will be required to remain in an observation area for 15 minutes
to ensure they do not experience any adverse reaction.
Even after receiving the vaccine, it remains extremely important to continue
following safety protocols. Wear a mask, social distance, wash hands frequently
and avoid large gatherings. Updated vaccine information is available on
the Health System’s website at
Register for your appointment online
To receive a vaccine at a Southeast Georgia Health System vaccination site,
you must register online for an appointment. Please enter as much information
as possible during your registration to expedite your process. Also, if
possible, please download, print, complete and bring the vaccine
consent form with you to your appointment.
Appointments will be available at two locations. To make an appointment,
click on the link below that is most convenient for you.