Long Beach Medical Center
Long Beach Medical Center is proud to offer COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics for eligible community members, according to the CDC guidelines.
*Individuals are required to bring any form of identification. This can be a driver’s license or passport; or a work badge or utility/bank bill if you don’t have a driver’s license or passport.
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Our COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic is located at Houssels Forum on the Ground Floor of Long Beach Medical Center.
To arrive by car, exit the 405 (San Diego) freeway at Atlantic Ave. Long Beach Medical Center is located three blocks south of the freeway. Turn right at Memorial Medical Center Dr. and park in visitor parking.
View campus map. Houssels Forum is indicated by the blue 14 on the map.
Parking will be validated. We also offer a free valet service.
If you prefer, you always have the option of seeking the COVID-19 vaccine elsewhere. The cities and counties have set up vaccine super PODs (point-of-dispensing) such as the one at Disneyland, Anaheim Convention Center and Dodger Stadium, plus select pharmacy and supermarket sites (e.g. CVS, Albertsons, Rite Aid, Vons, Walgreens) are now offering the vaccine as well through the Federal supply system.
People who have a history of anaphylaxis to another vaccine or injectable medication should be carefully monitored for 30 minutes if they choose to get the vaccine. Anaphylaxis is a severe allergic overreaction of the body’s immune system, which can be life-threatening. Those concerned or who have been told by their healthcare provider to carry an EpiPen should speak with their physician before receiving the vaccine.
Although pregnant and breastfeeding women did not take part in any vaccine clinical trials, the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology has issued a statement that pregnant and nursing women should not be excluded from receiving a vaccine. If a woman has concerns, it is advised they discuss the vaccine with their physician.
The Catholic Church has issued an ethics statement regarding the involvement of a cell line derived from a 1985 aborted fetus in the original development of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine (noting that there is no fetal tissue or product in the vaccine itself). While some U.S. Catholic leaders have issued opinions opposed to use of the vaccine, a statement from the Vatican recognizes the greater good for use of the J&J vaccine to prevent disease and death and considers it morally acceptable.
Additionally, the local Diocese of Orange has addressed the issue of the vaccines in the following video:
The following three vaccines do not contain eggs, preservatives or latex. The ingredients for each vaccine are listed below, but for more information on each vaccine along with individual vaccine fact sheets, please visit the CDC's vaccine webpage.
All hospitals and healthcare providers who administer the COVID-19 vaccination doses are required to report this information to the California Immunization Registry (CAIR) within 24 hours. In order to be able to do this, they must be registered with CAIR and have an immunization information system ID number. Vaccine providers must also report to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) any moderate and/or severe adverse events following a vaccination.
For more information on COVID-19 and the vaccines, please visit the CDC website:
For the latest, most up-to-date FAQs, please visit the MemorialCare COVID-19 FAQ page.
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