Regional Vaccine Clinic Schedule
All Patients Registering for our clinics must be 18+
Franklin County Collaborative Clinics use either Moderna or Johnson and Johnson’s Janssen vaccines. Neither of these vaccines are currently approved for people under the age of 18. Only patients 18 and older are able to be vaccinated at our clinics. Baystate Health System, including Baystate Franklin Medical Center in Greenfield, and Community Health Center of Franklin County, along with select pharmacies and primary care doctors offices, offer Pfizer.
Hawlemont Emergency Dispensing Site Clinic at Charlemont Fairgrounds
The Hawlemont EDS Team is hosting a one-and-done drive-thru clinic using the Johnson and Johnson single dose Janssen vaccine. This drive-thru is located at Charlemont Fairgrounds, entrance off of North Heath Road by the Bissell Covered Bridge (directions):
- Sunday, June 13th, from 10 a.m – 12 p.m. Clinic is open for registration, please use the button below to sign up for an appointment:
Before You Register:
You will need the following information on hand to make an appointment:
- Name and birth date
- home address
- e-mail address (you may use someone else’s if you do not have one — they will receive the confirmation email)
- insurance information including the name of your insurance and the policy number; there is a “no insurance” option for those who are uninsured
More information on preparing for your vaccination.
The Commonwealth recommends using the most recent version of Chrome, Safari, or Firefox when signing up for clinics on maimmunizations.org. Some users have reported that this site has not been working properly on cell phones and tablets, we recommend using a personal computer to register if you are able to. We are unable to provide any further technical assistance with maimmunizations.org.
Franklin County Regional Collaborative Vaccine Clinics
Previously, the Franklin Regional Council of Governments managed a mobile/”spoke” clinic that moved to sites in Deerfield at the Tree House Brewing Company, in Bernardston at Kringle Candle’s – The Barn at the Farm Table, in Shelburne Falls (Buckland) at the Mohawk Regional High School, in Turners Falls (Montague) at the Franklin Regional Technical High School, and to Orange at the Mahar Regional High School (The Town of Orange operated this site). The City of Greenfield also operated a weekly clinic at the John Zon Community Center. Additional sites were sometimes available and locations rotated through the County based on vaccine availability, data on equity and where in the County the vaccine is most needed, as well as other factors. Find out more about the Franklin County Regional Collaborative and the many important organizations that it is composed of.
FRCOG Drive-through at GCC
Located at Greenfield Community College, 1 College Drive in Greenfield (directions) this drive-thru clinic held it’s final clinic on Tuesday, May 25th. Thank you to all the FRCOG staff, Medical Reserve Corps Volunteers, North Western MA Incident Management Team, the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office, and GCC Campus Public Safety, for all your hard work and dedication to the county vaccination effort!
Questions about a past vaccine appointment?
- Call the FRCOG clinic phone line: 413-774-3167 extension 1
- Leave a message with you name, number, and reason for your call and we will get back to you as soon as we can.
The City of Greenfield Clinic at the Jon Zon Senior Center
The City of Greenfield’s clinic at the John Zon Community Center completed it’s operation on Friday, May, 14th. Beginning in January with first responder vaccinations, the City of Greenfield has been the geographic center of the regional vaccination effort. Their firefighters, EMTs/paramedics, public health workers, city officials, and many others have worked incredibly hard to deliver this life saving vaccine to our county. Their clinic, since day one, has been open to all people in Franklin County. Their months of dedication and staunch support of the regional vaccination effort is truly amazing. The impact of their decision to open a regional clinic is felt by the thousands of people who have received their shots in Greenfield. So, a thousand times over, thank you, thank you to the City of Greenfield! Job well done.