COVID-19 information and resources: Learn more or call 877‑9NOVANT

Stop the spread. Start the healing.

Getting your COVID-19 vaccine is an important step in helping our communities heal. Answers to many of your questions are here to help you learn more about the vaccine and make an informed decision when it is your turn to get vaccinated.


Johnson & Johnson vaccine update

Out of an abundance of caution, the FDA and CDC are currently researching possible side effects of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine. While this safety check is underway, patients scheduled to receive the Johnson & Johnson vaccine may be offered a Pfizer or Moderna vaccine or rescheduled for a new appointment.

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Get your vaccination today

Novant Health is committed to providing a vaccine to everyone who wants one. Choose from the convenient options below to get started. You can schedule in advance, or walk in when you’re ready.

Use your MyChart account

We recommend using a MyChart account to improve your overall experience. You can get notifications, find earlier appointments and save time with e-check-in. Check your home screen for the invitation to schedule.

Schedule as a guest

If you are not able to access MyChart, you can still schedule your vaccine appointment as a guest.

By scheduling an appointment you attest that your appointment is for yourself or a dependent under your care, and the information you are providing is complete and accurate.

Walk-in appointments available

Ready to get vaccinated and don’t want to wait? You can walk into any of our vaccination centers and request the vaccine. Please note vaccine supply may be limited.

Brunswick County

150 College Road Northeast

Mon-Fri, 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

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Charlotte (East Meck)

6070 East Independence Blvd.

Mon-Fri, 7 a.m.-7 p.m.

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Charlotte (Freedom Drive)

3149 Freedom Drive

Mon-Fri, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.

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17220 Northcross Drive #110

Mon-Fri, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.

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828 Jake Alexander Blvd.

Mon-Fri, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.

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196 Hanes Mall Circle

Mon-Fri, 7 a.m.-7 p.m.

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We’re all in this together

Across North Carolina and around the world, millions of people are taking the step to get vaccinated to protect themselves and their loved ones.

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950.50 million



Source: University of Oxford

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215.95 million



Source: CDC

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North Carolina

Source: NC DHHS

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Source: Novant Health

Updated April 22, 2021

Your safety is our top priority

Top 3 things to know about vaccine safety

Scientists had a head start

Vaccine experts used decades of research and science to develop the new COVID-19 vaccines.


Trials were thorough and successful

More than 30,000 people participated in clinical trials to make sure these new vaccines are safe and effective.


There are minimal expected effects

Like with most vaccines, some patients may experience mild expected effects that will last only a few hours.


Your vaccine questions answered

We know there is a lot of information to take in about COVID-19, and a new vaccine raises many questions. Our experts have the answers you’re looking for. Choose a topic below to get started.

Vaccine information you can trust

Get the latest updates on COVID-19

Every day, Novant Health experts are sharing more about the coronavirus and the COVID-19 vaccine. This information can help you get the details you need to make a safe and informed decision about vaccination for you and your family.

COVID-19 resources for all of our communities

Novant Health is committed to overcoming barriers to care and ensuring access to the COVID-19 vaccine for all who want it.

Vea nuestro sitio web COVID-19 en español

Si habla español, tenemos información y recursos creados especialmente para que conozca la vacuna y programe su cita.


Native language resources

Download and print COVID-19 FAQs in several native languages to read or share with family and neighbors.

Public health resources

International, federal, state and local public health organizations are working together to bring this pandemic to an end.