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Reliant Medical Group Phone number for Reliant Medical Group: (800) 283-2556

Check this page often or call our COVID Vaccine Information line at (508) 425-5000.

Vaccine Distribution

Massachusetts is rolling out the vaccine in three phases, as pictured below. Currently, healthcare care workers and first responders; people age 65+, people with 2+ comorbidities and low income/senior housing residents and staff are eligible to receive the vaccine in Massachusetts. To find out when you are eligible to receive a vaccine according to the state’s guidelines click here.

When Can I Get Vaccinated at Reliant?



Unfortunately, because of limited vaccine supply from the state, we have needed to cancel appointments for the first dose of the vaccine and we are unable to offer new first dose vaccine appointments until further notice. We will resume scheduling first dose appointments when we begin to receive more vaccine supply.  We will continue to administer second doses of the vaccine for all patients with scheduled appointments.

For now, we suggest eligible patients try to get your vaccine at a public vaccination clinic. Visit mass.gov/covidvaccine to book an appointment at one of the state’s mass vaccination sites, a city or town clinic, or a local pharmacy. You can also call 2-1-1 for assistance.

We understand this is frustrating for our patients, we are frustrated too. Please know that we want to vaccinate as many patients as possible, but we must rely on the vaccine supply from the state. We appreciate your patience. We will add first dose appointments as soon as we receive more vaccine supply.

When Will I Be Eligible for the Vaccine?

Learn more here: https://www.mass.gov/info-details/when-can-i-get-the-covid-19-vaccine

State-Sponsored Vaccine Locations

The state is setting up several community vaccine clinics and working with local pharmacies, grocery stores and other venues. Visit www.mass.gov/covidvaccine for a list of state-sponsored vaccination sites in your community. You may find that it will be quicker to receive your vaccine at one of these community clinics.

The community vaccination center at Worcester State University is open! Appointments may be scheduled at maimmunizations.org.