Franklin County Regional Collaborative Vaccine Clinics

Open throughout the County as part of a state-approved regional collaboration, these clinics are a coordinated effort between many stakeholders in our region. The Franklin Regional Council of Governments manages a mobile/”spoke” clinic that moves 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 operates this site when vaccine is available). The City of Greenfield operates a weekly clinic at the Jon Zon Senior Center. Additional sites are sometimes available and locations rotate 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.

We are allocated a limited supply of vaccine each week. This allocation does not meet the current demand for vaccine appointments in the County and sometimes we receive only enough to meet commitments to second dose vaccinations. When our clinic’s open for public registration, available slots generally fill within 20-30 minutes. We post to the homepage of this website each Monday at what time our new first dose clinics are going to open for public registration. To sign up for our clinics, please go to Massachusetts public clinic scheduling website, www.maimmunizations.org, prior to the clinic opening to the public and enter the registration waiting room. Waiting room times can be as long as 45 minutes before you are able to schedule an appointment so get in line early! See step-by-step instructions for how to use the State’s registration website.


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 Jannsen vaccines (J&J vaccine use is currently suspended due to FCD/CDC health advisory). 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, is offering Pfizer vaccine appointments.

Monday, April 19 – Sunday, April 25

FRCOG Drive-through at GCC

Located at Greenfield Community College, 1 College Drive in Greenfield (directions) this drive-through clinic has new first dose appointments on Thursday, April 22nd from 2 p.m – 7 p.m and Friday, April 23rd from 10 a.m – 2 p.m.

The City of Greenfield Clinic at the Jon Zon Senior Center

The City of Greenfield operates a weekly clinic at the John Zon Senior Center, 35 Pleasant St., Greenfield (directions). This week, Greenfield has new first dose appointments on Wednesday, April 21st, Friday, April 23rd, and Saturday, April 24th.

To learn more about Greenfield clinics dates and availability:

  • Call the City’s COVID-19 phone line: 413-775-6411 
  • Email the City’s vaccine clinics email address: [email protected] 

Town of Orange Clinic at Ralph C Mahar Regional High School

Located at Ralph C Mahar Regional High School, 507 S Main St. Orange (directions), Orange will have new first dose appointments at their clinic on Saturday, April 24th.

Before You Register:

You will need the following information on hand to make an appointment:
  • Name and birthdate
  • 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.

See step-by-step instructions of registration website.

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.