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New Scheduling Process for COVID-19 Vaccination

Bronson has introduced a new scheduling process for COVID-19 vaccine appointments. At this time, we encourage adults 65+ and community health care workers to register through Bronson MyChart so we can contact you when an appointment is available based on vaccine prioritization criteria. Learn more on bronsonhealth.com/covid19vaccine.
  • Coronavirus Alert

    Bronson is here to protect the health of our community and to guide you and your family through the COVID-19 pandemic. Click here for important updates, prevention tips and what to do if you experience symptoms such as fever, cough and shortness of breath.
  • COVID-19 Vaccination Update

    Adults age 65 and over and healthcare workers who registered for the COVID-19 vaccine will be notified by Bronson when it is their turn to schedule an appointment. Due to a limited vaccine supply, registrants may not immediately receive a notification to schedule, even if they fall within the criteria we're currently vaccinating. Learn more at bronsonhealth.com/vaccine.
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