Bryan, TX, January 5, 2021— St. Joseph Health is preparing for phase 1b of the COVID-19
vaccine distribution. This phase provides the COVID-19 vaccine to higher-risk individuals,
regardless of their work sector or status, and will provide protection for a number of critical
populations at an increased risk of getting COVID-19.
In order to effectively administer the vaccine to this sector of the community, we are requesting
assistance from retired and not currently practicing nurses, medical assistants and EMTs. These
volunteers would administer vaccines at our vaccine clinics. We are hoping to secure a number
of volunteers within the next weeks.
If you are interested in volunteering, and would like more information or to schedule an
interview, please reach out to William Shaw, Volunteer Services Manager at St. Joseph Health,
at 979-776-5956 or [email protected].
About St. Joseph Health
St. Joseph Health is comprised of five hospitals, two long term care facilities and multiple clinics
across the Brazos Valley, including Regional Hospital in Bryan-College Station and St. Joseph
Health – College Station Hospital (formerly College Station Medical Center). St. Joseph Health
is home to a Level II Major Trauma Center, the highest in the region. St. Joseph Health is an
academic and clinical partner of Texas A&M Health Science Center. Together, the St. Joseph
and Texas A&M Health Network includes over 100 employed primary care physicians,
specialists and advanced practice clinicians. As an active member of the Brazos Valley, St.
Joseph Health is a leader in providing compassionate care and are committed to overall health
of the community. We are part of CommonSpirit Health, the largest Catholic healthcare system
in the United States, and is committed to advancing the health of all people and dedicated to
serving the common good. Learn more about St. Joseph Health at St-Joseph.org.
[For more information, please contact Communications Manager Tracy Bates at 713-962-9347
or [email protected].]