We began rolling out COVID-19 vaccines to our frontline workers in December 2020, to ensure they could continue to care for our community as we fight this global pandemic. NorthBay Healthcare is following the guidance of state and Solano public health departments as we begin to offer vaccinations, along approved tiers, to our patients.

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Updated January 19, 2021 - 11:30am PST

Questions and Answers about the COVID-19 Vaccine

We began vaccines for patients 65 and older on Jan 16. Vaccines will be done by appointment only. We will contact patients via email, text messages and phone calls to schedule appointments. We have thousands of patients who are 65+ and we will not be able to contact everyone in the first week. It will take a number of weeks to vaccinate everyone in this age group who wants a vaccine and we appreciate your patience. We are going as quickly and as we safely can.

NorthBay Healthcare is following state and county public health guidelines. Vaccines for the general public should be available in the coming months. Watch the Solano Public Health website for information: https://www.solanocounty.com/depts/ph/coronavirus_links/covid_19_vaccines.asp

NorthBay began rolling out COVID–19 vaccines to our frontline workers Dec. 17 to ensure they can continue to care for our community as we fight this pandemic. Emergency medical first responders, county Public Health nurses are and residents of long-term care facilities were next. As of Jan. 16, NorthBay is vaccinating Center for Primary Care patients 65 and older. NorthBay is notifying patients when it is their turn.

We expect this high-risk group will begin receiving vaccines in early February, as long as supplies are available. We are working closely with the county and state health departments on vaccination guidelines.

NorthBay is following the priority levels and tiers set out by the California Department of Public Health. You will receive an email, text message or phone call inviting you to reserve an appointment for both COVID vaccine injections. At this time, we are not able to schedule vaccine appointments via incoming calls or by the patient portal.

No, your provider cannot schedule a vaccine for you, nor can you schedule it on MyNorthBayDoc at this time. Please wait to be contacted by NorthBay, either via email, text message, or by phone call.

We are not keeping a list, but will reach out to you as soon as it’s your turn.


No, not at this time. Vaccines are being distributed at centralized vaccine clinics. 

No, at this time, we are not able to schedule vaccine appointments via incoming calls or by the patient portal. Please wait for us to contact you via email, text message or phone call.

No, all scheduling will be handled through text, emails and outbound calls.

We are working with both Kaiser and Solano County to set up additional vaccination sites across the county. More information will be provided when those locations are set up.

Solano County is currently vaccinating congregate living facilities, such as nursing homes. We recommend you visit the Solano Public Health website with vaccine details at https://www.solanocounty.com/depts/ph/coronavirus_links/covid_19_vaccines.asp

Visit the Solano Public Health website. For vaccine information, visit https://www.solanocounty.com/depts/ph/coronavirus_links/covid_19_vaccines.asp

For COVID-19 information, visit https://www.solanocounty.com/depts/ph/ncov.asp.

No, at this time we are not able to vaccinate people who are not NorthBay Center for Primary Care patients. Please contact your health care provider to learn more.

For additional information on the COVID-19 vaccine, visit https://covid19.ca.gov/vaccines/#Questions-and-answers.

NorthBay Medical Group