ISD 622 Well@Work Clinic
Well@Work COVID-19 vaccines and boosters: You can schedule COVID-19 vaccination appointments for anyone 5 years old or older, and booster appointments for anyone who meets the criteria below.
Pfizer (Comirnaty) Booster:
- 12 years of age or older
- Your second Pfizer or Moderna shot was at least five months ago or your Janssen (Johnson & Johnson) shot was at least two months ago
For an immunocompromised dose (if you’re eligible), you should receive the same vaccine as you did for your initial vaccination. Not all COVID-19 vaccines and not all patients are currently eligible for immunocompromised doses.
For a booster dose (if you’re 12 through 17 years old), you should receive the Pfizer (Comirnaty) vaccine, the same series as your initial vaccination.
For a booster dose (if you’re at least 18 years old), you can choose to receive a vaccine from a different manufacturer than your initial vaccination:
- Your timing for a booster dose will depend on which vaccine you received for your initial vaccination.
- The CDC recommends you receive the Pfizer (Comirnaty) or Moderna vaccine for your booster dose.
Well@Work offers the Pfizer vaccine, and will continue to offer vaccine appointments on Mondays and Thursdays. You can still get a booster at the Well@Work clinic even if you didn’t receive your initial vaccine series there.
Learn more about COVID-19 vaccines: For more information about COVID-19 vaccines, additional resources are listed below. We will always have the latest information available.
- Latest COVID-19 vaccination eligibility
- COVID-19 vaccines for kids and teens: Your questions, answered
- COVID-19 vaccines and flu shots: Here’s what you should know about these vaccinations
Clinician Update: Sarah Tupper will be leaving the Well@Work clinic as the main clinician as of January 6th. HealthPartners is conducting a search for a new clinician. The clinic will continue to remain open utilizing other Well@Work clinicians. A broader communication will be sent District-wide once a new clinician has been determined.Take a tour of the Well@Work Clinic!What can I be seen for at my Well@Work clinic?
Well@Work can diagnose and treat most routine needs, including:
• Cold & flu • Seasonal allergies • Sinus infections
• Strep throat • Ear infections • Back pain
• Sprains • Some primary care services
• Lab tests and moreWho can be seen at Well@Work?
• All employees covered by the District’s health plan.
• Dependents (18 months or older) of employees who are covered under the District’s insurance plan.What does a visit cost?
It's Free! You pay NO office visit copays and NO prescription copays for prescription filled at the Well@Work clinic.Who will I see?You will see a Physician Assistant or a Nurse Practitioner. The clinic is managed by HealthPartners and complies with all of HealthPartners privacy standards, meaning your visit is confidential, just like when you go to your regular clinic.How do I make an appointment?There are two options to make an appointment; online or via telephone.
Call 952-967-6857 to make your first appointment. For all other visits, schedule online at healthpartners.com/appointment.
To schedule online:
- Visit healthpartners.com/appointment and log onto your myHealthPartners account
- Select Primary care as your visit type
- Answer the questions about your visit
- Your Well@Work clinic will be listed under Search by location
District Education Center
2520 East 12th Ave
North Saint Paul, MN 55109*Northwest corner of buildingRegular hours:Monday, Wednesday and Friday 6 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Tuesday and Thursday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Access clinic through Northwest entrance. Parking is available on the south side of the street in front of the clinic entrance as designated by the “clinic parking” signs.