Providers and staff at Community Health Centers receive the COVID-19 vaccine

Providers and staff at CHCCW have been receiving the COVID-19 vaccine. They want to share some of their experiences with the vaccine.

Dr. Vaughn Morgan works out of Dubois Medical Clinic and St. John’s Hospital. Here is what he has to say so far about his experience with the vaccine: “Received the vaccine Tuesday, Dec. 22nd at St John’s in Jackson— barely felt it. Day one- nothing; not even sore unless I push directly on-site and even that is 1 or 2 out of a 10 for pain. Day Two—ditto. Day three – no pain at all (Christmas). So far, much more benign than a flu vaccine or tetanus! I got the Pfizer vaccine with the second dose scheduled for January 11th.”

Dr. Jaron Brunson, Family Medicine, and Angi Grabinger, FNP, Quick Care

Kristal Skiles, RN, received her COVID vaccine on December 23. Kristal serves as the Director of Nursing and Quality. She says, “I want to be part of the solution in ending this pandemic. As a healthcare professional, I trust science and know that vaccines work.”


“We are proud of our CHCCW team for being on the frontlines of this pandemic. Tuesday, Dec. 29th was National Hero’s Day, and CHCCW providers and staff are amazing! Thank you for all of your hard work and dedication during the challenges of 2020. We are here for you at any of our clinics located in Casper, Riverton, Lander, and Dubois. We are stronger together!”


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