COVID-19 Vaccine

MANA physicians encourage everyone 6 months and older to get the COVID-19 vaccine to protect against COVID-19. 

Updated COVID-19 booster vaccines are available for people 12 years and older.

According to CDC recommendations, children aged 6 months and older will receive an age-appropriate dose of vaccine. Vaccination is a critical tool to help stop the spread of COVID-19 and protect everyone, especially people at high risk. 

COVID-19 Vaccine & Booster Appointments 

For established patients age 6 months and older, MANA offers the COVID-19 vaccine* by appointment at locations across Northwest Arkansas. The updated booster shot is for people 12 years and older. Please call your doctor’s office to schedule a vaccine appointment. 

Clinic Name Age Phone
Fayetteville Diagnostic Clinic Age 18 and older (479) 521-8200
Family Medicine Elkins Age 5 and older (479) 442-1676
Family Medicine North Fayetteville Age 5 and older (479) 443-3536
Family Medicine Pinnacle Hills Age 5 and older (479) 464-5599 
Family Medicine Prairie Grove Age 5 and older 479) 846-5005
Family Medicine South Fayetteville Age 5 and older (479) 442-2822
Family Medicine Springdale Age 5 and older (479) 750-3630
Family Medicine SW Bentonville Age 5 and older (479) 464-5590
Family Medicine Thompson Street Age 5 and older (479) 756-1300
Northwest Arkansas Pediatrics Age 6 months to age 20 (479) 442-7322

* COVID-19 Vaccine supplies are subject to change and may not be available at all MANA locations. 

COVID vaccines are at no cost to the patient.

If you have insurance, MANA charges your insurance an administration fee, but the vaccine is free. If you do not have insurance, you should not be charged for the vaccine or administration. If you receive a statement in error, please call (479) 571-5370 so we can correct the matter.


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Frequently Asked Questions

Who should get the COVID-19 vaccine? 

Everyone who meets the criteria for the COVID-19 vaccine should get the vaccine as soon as it is available to them. When you get the COVID-19 vaccine, you are reducing your risk of disease, hospitalization, severe complications, and even death. 

At this time, the FDA has cleared COVID-19 vaccines from the following companies:

  • Pfizer/BioNTech 
  • Moderna 
  • Novavax 

Watch our vaccine videos to learn more. COVID-19 Vaccine & Children, COVID-19 Vaccine and Women

How does the COVID-19 Vaccine work? 

The vaccine teaches your immune system how to fight the virus that causes COVID-19 and will keep you from getting sick with the virus. The vaccines approved for use in the U.S. do not contain the live virus that causes COVID-19.

Is the COVID-19 Vaccine effective? 

Studies show that Pfizer, Moderna, and Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccines effectively keep you from getting COVID-19. Experts also think that getting a COVID-19 vaccine may help keep you from getting seriously ill even if you do get COVID-19. These vaccines cannot give you the disease.

Does the vaccine protect against COVID-19 variants? 

There are fears in regards to COVID variants that have emerged, and this remains a concern.

However, the vaccine appears to be protective against variants as well as the novel SARS virus that emerged last year. Furthermore, a durable antibody response appears to have been achieved, either from vaccination or from contracting the virus. There appears to be a very low rate of re-infection; almost always among patients with very limited immune systems.

What are the side effects of the COVID-19 vaccine? 

Any medications or vaccines have possible side effects. After getting the COVID-19 shot, you may have swelling or soreness at the site of the injection. Some people have experienced fatigue, low-grade fever, headaches, or body aches that go away after a few days. These are normal side effects and are a sign your body is building immunity.  The vaccines approved for use in the U.S. have not shown any serious side effects in clinical trials. Talk to your doctor about any concerns you may have. Watch our video from Dr. Hardin to learn more.  

When you receive the first shot of the vaccine, the CDC asks vaccine recipients to enroll in V-Safe Vaccination Health Checker to monitor symptoms and set up reminders for the second vaccine. 

Visit the CDC website for the latest information on the COVID-19 Vaccine.