Grays Harbor Community Hospital Tests Vaccine Administration with Frontline Healthcare Workers

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GHCH Hospitalist, Dr. Driss Berrada received the COVID-19 vaccine. Photo courtesy: Grays Harbor Community Hospital

Submitted by Grays Harbor Community Hospital

On Sunday, Grays Harbor Community Hospital Performed a test run of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine administration procedure. The trial included 5 frontline healthcare staff and providers. It was an important test to help GHCH to refine its vaccination plan for phase 1A vaccine participants.

“We are excited to begin the process of vaccinating our community for COVID-19. While Phase 1A is frontline healthcare workers and some people in congregate living situations, we will be here for our community until everyone who wants a vaccine has one. It has been a long 9 months and we are glad to see some light at the end of the tunnel” said CEO Tom Jensen.

More information about COVID vaccinations is available on our website.

About Grays Harbor Community Hospital: Grays Harbor Community Hospital (GHCH) Aberdeen, Washington, is a comprehensive regional medical center providing quality care to a region of over 70,000 residents covering the 2,000 square miles of Grays Harbor County within Grays Harbor Public Hospital District II. Established in 1959, Grays Harbor Community Hospital is licensed for 140 beds; services including a level-three trauma designated emergency department, critical care unit, surgical services and Family Birth Center. GHCH’s outpatient services include diagnostic imaging, rehabilitation therapies, wound healing center, surgical services and physician clinics. Learn more at the Grays Harbor Community Hospital website.



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