The State of NC (DHHS) has a COVID-19 Vaccine Management System (CVMS) for all providers. Each provider has a unique way of getting information to the CVMS. The CVMS is a secure, cloud-based vaccine management solution for COVID-19 that enables vaccine management and data sharing across North Carolina providers, hospitals, agencies, and local, state, and federal governments on one common platform. Each person receives a COVID-19 vaccine from the State, he/she must has a record entry into the CVMS. As a COVID-19 vaccine provider, we want to develop a process where we can capture the data efficiently. This way, we can speed thing up. As a patient, please be patient with us and provide us with the information that we need so that we can do our job – get you vaccinated.
- PART I: through St. Joseph Primary Care
- Submit your enrollment application through this website, operated by St. Joseph Primary Care.
- St. Joseph Primary Care (we) will register you with the State’s Covid-19 Vaccine Management System (CVMS).
- PART II: CVMS
- Once we registered you with CVMS, you will get an email notification from the State’s CVMS.
- CVMS automatically generated an account for you by creating an username based on your email address.
- You now have an ‘incomplete’ account (username only) with CVMS. You do not have access to the website yet, until you create a password.
- Follow the instruction of the email that you received from the State’s CVMS, you need to create a new password.
- With your username & password, you now ‘completely’ have full access to your CVMS (recipient portal).
- To complete the enrollment process, you need to login your CVMS portal, and complete the HEALTH QUESTIONAIRES.
- Once you completed the health questionnaires, you’re now officially enrolled with the State’s CVMS.
- Once we have the vaccine available, on a weekly basis, and it’s your turn, based on the State’s prioritization, we will set an appointment for you to get vaccinated.
- We will inform you via either email or telephone. It’s your turn to get vaccinated.
- We will let you know date, time, and location to get vaccinated.
- Please come on time for your appointment, bring your ID, proof of your appointment, follow the instruction to park your car, and STAY IN YOUR CAR.
- To proof your appointment time, please log into your CVMS, and print out the appointment time, and show it to staff.
- Please note: IMPORTANT: Please do not enroll/register multiple times, the CVMS will not allow and it will trigger a flag to slow your process.
- Please note: as of Jan. 27, 2020, wherever you get your first dose, it’s where you will get your second dose as well.
- Please note: as of Jan. 27, 2020, the vaccination process changes quickly and unpredictable. We don’t have any control over that. Thus, when we have the vaccine, we have less than a week to administer. We may or may not be able to accommodate your request, in term of changing your appointment.
- Please be patient as we try our best to serve you.
You may enroll using one of these methods. DO NOT SUBMIT multiple times. It will slow you down. This is a secured and HIPPA-Compliance.
02. RESERVE A SLOT
To reserve a slot, you must enroll with the State’s COVID-19 Vaccine Management System (CVMS). It’s a one-slot, per person, and it’s a one-time enrollment. This is a cloud-based system and where you can track your vaccine record. Once we successfully enrolled, you with CVMS, you’ll receive an email notification from firstname.lastname@example.org The email notification has an instruction on how to access the CVMS. You must complete the enrollment by answering a few health questionnaires. Once you completed, you have a slot.
When we are ready, and it’s your turn to get vaccinated, according to the guideline from the NCDHHS, we will send you an email notification with an appointment. You have 24 hours to confirm or reschedule. If you don’t have an email, we will try to call you and set up an appointment for you.
Note: We will follow the guideline from the NCDHHS and give priority to our patients first.
04. GET VACCINATED!
Come and get vaccinated. You can come early but you cannot come late for your appointment. If you’re 15 minutes late to your appointment, we may not be able to vaccinate. You cannot reschedule or re-enroll again. We will let you know where you need to go for your vaccination. If you have a concern, please consult with your doctor before enrolling. Note: after you get vaccinated, we require you to stay 15-30 minutes for observation. You may expect to spend between 30-60 minutes from the time check-in and check-out. You also must wear a face-mask at all time.
Have some Questions?
You must enroll with us, in order to reserve a slot. When it comes to your turn, we will notify you to get vaccinated.
You may go to either at St. Joseph Primary Care in Raleigh, or the Medical Clinic at St. Ann Catholic Church, or one of designed sites that we assigned you to.
There is no cost to get vaccinated. However, as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, we need your financial support always. Providing COVID vaccines take away most of our resources. If you can make a donation to help us, we thank you for helping us to help you.
No, it is not a clinical trial vaccine. This is the COVID-19 vaccine that has been approved by the FDA
Please read the Vatican’s Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops’ (USCCB) Committee on Pro-life & Doctrine, and Diocese of Raleigh.
No, we do not have a phone number for you to call.