Give your body a boost with a COVID-19 Booster.
While you cannot yet fully escape from COVID-19 and its widespread disease effects, you can take a fortified stand to protect your health from this ever-evolving contagion by getting your COVID-19 booster shots. Think Whole Person Healthcare is here to help.
COVID-19 vaccinations are conveniently available
Staying up to date with COVID-19 booster shots is the best preventative against the virus causing serious illness, hospitalization, and death. Think is now offering the Moderna Bivalent booster, which is approved for patients 6 years and older.
Our caring and efficient healthcare team can administer your COVID-19 booster shot through our easy-access vaccine clinic Monday thru Friday, from 8 am to 3 pm, on the 2nd floor.
PLEASE NOTE: Patients who have previously received a Pfizer or Johnson & Johnson vaccination can receive the Moderna booster. Think healthcare providers can also administer a COVID-19 vaccination and a flu shot at the same time should you wish to do so.
We want to keep you updated on the Moderna Bivalent booster and when to administer Moderna for each age group and those with compromised immune systems. Simply click Moderna COVID-19 Vaccines | FDA to learn more.
We’re here to protect you and others
For some people the coronavirus presents with cold-like symptoms or no symptoms at all (asymptomatic transmission), but for others the virus with its multiple subvariants (i.e., Omicron BA.4 and BA.5) can cause serious, life-threatening complications. Worldwide so far, the COVID-19 pandemic has taken the life of more than 6.5 million people.
Commons signs and symptoms of COVID-19 include Fever, Dry Cough, and Tiredness.
Other less common symptoms can include shortness of breath or breathing difficulty, muscle aches, chills, sore throat, runny nose, headache, chest pain, nausea, vomiting and diarrhea.
Think Whole Person Healthcare wants to ensure that you are well protected from contracting the highly contagious virus and only mildly affected if you do. Keeping patients like you healthy year-round and preventing COVID-19 from spreading in Omaha and surrounding communities is what keeps us attune to the latest coronavirus prevention and treatment recommendations.
Keeping you in the know about COVID-19
Think follows the COVID-19 guidelines from The World Health Organization (WHO), the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Douglas County Health and Human Services. We know that sometimes it can be confusing to decipher all the medical reports and advice, so we summarize the salient COVID-19 points here.
- The coronavirus spreads most commonly through respiratory droplets released from one someone with the infection who sneezes, coughs, breathes, talks or sings. The infectious droplets can be inhaled or enter the mouth, nose or eyes of a nearby person.
- Older adults and people with underlying medical conditions such as diabetes and lung and heart disease are at higher risk for serious complications from COVID-19 illness.
- Other medical conditions that increase the risk of serious illness from COVID-19 include: cancer, high blood pressure, obesity, smoking, chronic kidney disease, pregnancy, asthma, dementia, Down syndrome, brain and nervous system conditions, and a weakened immune system.
- Certain activities and settings can put you at higher risk for getting infected with the coronavirus. The CDC has complied a Understanding Risk online resource that helps you learn precautions to safeguard yourself and others from the virus.
We’re here to keep you healthy and safe
When you’re not feeling your best, it’s hard to enjoy the people and activities you care about most. If you are experiencing COVID-19 or flu-like symptoms, our think healthcare providers are available to diagnose you correctly and get you feeling strong again. Give us a call at 402.506.9000. We are here for you 24/7 with an on-call nurse available when our Clinic and ThinkQuick Walk-In Clinic are closed.
Let’s keep you healthy and safe. Our doctors and clinical teams will guide you year-round on the best preventative medicine including COVID-19 vaccination, flu shots and other health-protecting immunizations.