RSFH teammates, medical staff COVID-19 vaccination events

The below vaccination events are for those in group 1A who received their first vaccination in a Roper St. Francis Healthcare hospital. If you are not part of this group, please visit our website for additional information about the timing of vaccinations for the general public.

If you received your first dose through a Roper St. Francis Healthcare hospital-based event, you must also receive your second dose through a Roper St. Francis Healthcare hospital-based event. Second doses can be scheduled using the links below. If you are unsure of when to schedule your second dose, please see the table below.

If you received your first dose through a non-Roper St. Francis Healthcare site, you should return to that site to receive your second dose. The events below only are for those who also received their first dose from Roper St. Francis Healthcare.

If you are a community-based health care worker interested in receiving a first dose, then please follow the DHEC Vax Locator link to find a vaccine clinic near you.

How to get to the vaccine event locations

Roper Hospital Irene Dixon Auditorium, 316 Calhoun St.: Please park in the Lucas Garage. Once you enter the hospital, follow the signage for the Irene Dixon Auditorium.

RSF Berkeley Hospital MOB Classrooms, 100 Callen Blvd.: The Medical Office Building classrooms are on the first floor of the building that is next door to the hospital

Bon Secours St. Francis Hospital, 2095 Henry Tecklenburg Dr.: Please park in the lots designated for staff. The Mall Classrooms are across from the cafe.

RSF Mount Pleasant Hospital, 3500 N. Hwy 17: Please park in the lots designated for staff. The classrooms are near the Medical Office Building entrance.

When to get your second dose

You should receive the second vaccine dose 21 days after their first dose, plus or minus four days. That means you can receive the second dose either four days prior to or four days after the 21-day mark if receiving the first dose. The chart below can help you determine those date ranges.


  1. I had my first vaccine on December 22. I tested positive for Covid on Jan 3. When should I get my second vaccine?

  2. Deborah Kirby says:

    When will St. Francis Hospital, West Ashley start 1st vaccine appointments for 65 and older?

  3. Martha Sparks says:

    We got our 1st vaccination on January 29 and received a small card confirming we got the shot and to bring it to 2nd shot on February 17. We gave them that card. We’re we to get it back??? We left excited to have the two shots but have NOTHING to prove we got them. What should we do? Please call: Martha Sparks 843-513-9606

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