Custer Health Opening Vaccine Clinics to General Public

Custer Health is opening vaccine clinic availability to Phase 2 of the North Dakota Department of Health COVID-19 priority groups: the general public.

Individuals wanting to receive a COVID-19 vaccine at a Custer Health vaccine clinic must sign up for their vaccine appointment at Only individuals who have a vaccination appointment will be able to receive the vaccine at these Custer Health conducted events. Individuals aged 16 and above are eligible to receive the Pfizer vaccine, while you must be 18 and older to receive the Moderna or Johnson and Johnson vaccine.

“We are excited to make the move to the final phase of COVID vaccinations,” said Custer Health Administrator Erin Ourada. “If you did not previously qualify for vaccine, please sign up, as it will now be available to everyone within the qualifying age range.”  

Custer Health’s vaccine clinics are offered a number of different locations. The most recent vaccine clinic location addition is at 1100 32nd Ave SE (Units D&E) in Mandan, just off Memorial Highway and near Midway Lanes. Parking for these vaccine clinics will be primarily along the street. However, overflow parking will be available with Midway Lanes. Attendees are asked to verify the location prior to arrival. More information about vaccine clinics is available at

For ongoing response efforts to the COVID-19 pandemic, the North Dakota Department of Health continues to provide staffing for a COVID-19 Hotline to help answer your questions. You may call 1-866-207-2880, Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. with questions. Please note that individuals seeking specific medical advice should contact their healthcare provider.

For COVID-19-related inquiries, as well as questions about other health programs and issues, please call Custer Health at 701-667-3370, or you can connect online with us at and through Facebook. If you have specific COVID-19 questions, email For more info about COVID-19, visit the ND Department of Health website,, or CDC website.