Community COVID Vaccine Site - St. Joseph

PLEASE NOTE: No walk-ins are allowed at the vaccination site. You must register for an appointment online before coming to the site.

Formerly Gordman's (in East Hills Shopping Center) Front Entrance
3702 Frederick Ave.
St. Joseph, MO 64506

Online registration has ended.

Mosaic’s Community Vaccine Site in St. Joseph is no longer offering the appointment request list for COVID-19 vaccine first doses.

Starting May 4, 2021, Mosaic patients can schedule first doses by contacting their primary care provider.

If you are not a Mosaic patient, please reach out to local pharmacies or visit for options on how to receive the vaccine.

Already Have an Appointment or Vaccine Request?

To see appointment details or to cancel your appointment -- click here

Need to Sign-Up For Second Dose?

Most patients will get an appointment for their second dose while in the clinic getting their first dose. If you did not, you can register for your second dose below.

Sign up for the Second Dose


Who is leading the community vaccine initiative?

Mosaic and the City of St. Joseph are working together to provide the COVID-19 vaccine to our communities.

Who is currently eligible to receive vaccines?

The State of Missouri has now opened vaccinations to ALL Missouri residents

I scheduled an appointment but now need to cancel/reschedule, how do I do cancel?

Appointments can be canceled by visiting At this time, we do not have a phone number for St. Joseph appointment cancelations.

If your appointment was scheduled in Maryville, please call (660) 562-2755. Or visit

If your appointment was scheduled in Albany, (660) 254-4846. At this time, we do not have an online cancellation option for Albany based appointments.

If you have any additional questions, please email

When are appointments available?

  • Mosaic’s St. Joseph Community Vaccine Site has closed the Appointment Request List. The last appointment option for first doses received through the St. Joseph Community Vaccine site was April 16, 2021.
  • Second dose appointments will continue through May 31, 2021.

What are the hours of the vaccine clinic?

The hours of the clinic are subject to change based on vaccine availability.

Do I have to schedule an appointment?

Yes, appointments are required. Walk-ins will not be accepted.

Can I bring someone with me to my appointment?

In order to maintain social distancing, each person being vaccinated will be allowed to have 1 support person in the building. Support people must be 16 years of age or older. No one under the age of 16 will be allowed to enter the building and childcare is not provided.

I have already had COVID-19 but fall into the high-risk category, can I still receive the vaccine?

The CDC recommends that you get vaccinated even if you have already had COVID-19. While you may have some short-term antibody protection after recovering from COVID-19, it is unclear at this time how long that immunity may last.

Before registering for the COVID-19 vaccination please make sure:

  • You are out of isolation per the health department’s instructions
  • Or, if you have received treatment for COVID with convalescent plasma or an antibody such as Bamlanivimab, Casiriivimab/Imdevimab, or Remdesivir, it has been 90 days since your treatment.
  • You delay receiving the COVID-19 vaccine for at least 14 days after you have received any other vaccine.

How much will the vaccine cost?

The COVID-19 vaccine will be free, regardless of whether you have private health insurance, are uninsured, or on Medicare. The Centers for Medicare and Medical Services (CMS), private insurers and the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) have confirmed the vaccine and appointment will be free, at least throughout the pandemic.

Do I have to receive the second dose?

In order for the vaccine to reach maximum effectiveness, it is crucial that you receive the second dose within 21-28 days of your first dose. If you do not receive the second dose, you will not reach the approximate 95% immunity.

I have additional questions, is there someone I can contact?

Please email for any additional questions.

The weather forecast does not look good, will the vaccine clinic be open?

The community COVID-19 vaccine clinic will not close due to inclement weather. If you have scheduled an appointment and do not feel like you can safely get to the vaccination clinic, please visit to cancel your appointment. You will be able to reschedule for another date/time at the same link if there are any open appointments, but you will need to fill out the registration information again.