Rotz Pharmacy partners with LFCC

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Rotz Pharmacy and Lord Fairfax Community College are partnering together again, this time with a $25,000 donation to the LFCC Educational Fund.

The money will be used to create a scholarship that will be available to students.

Rotz and LFCC recently came together to provide over 5,000 COVID-19 vaccinations at the Middletown Campus.

Those clinics also provided nursing students hands-on learning experiences.

Building on this prior relationship motivated the pharmacy to want to give back.

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LFCC and Rotz Pharmacy offer another vaccination clinic

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Lord Fairfax Community College (LFCC) and Rotz Pharmacy will provide another COVID-19 vaccination clinic at the Middletown campus July 9 and a second clinic August 6.

Second shots of the Pfizer vaccine will be available at both clinics with your vaccination card.

The vaccinations are for students employees and their families of LFCC.

The Pfizer vaccine has been approved for those who are 12 and older.

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LFCC and Rotz Pharmacy administer 5K doses of vaccine

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The public health effort by Lord Fairfax Community College (LFCC) and Rotz Pharmacy has administered over 5,000 doses of vaccine.

The LFCC Middletown Campus has been a vaccination clinic for the past five weeks.

It takes about 70 student nurses and other volunteers to man the clinic each day.

Jason Rotz co-owner of Rotz Pharmacy and LFCC wish to salute the dedicated volunteers that have made it possible during this National Volunteer week.

Jason Rotz did confirm that second doses will continue at LFCC until at least May 12 and offer more first doses if demand is there.

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LFCC and Rotz Pharmacy vaccination clinic

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Thanks to efforts like the Rotz Pharmacy Lord Fairfax Community College vaccination clinic getting shots in arms.

Almost 30,000 of the 240,000 people in the Lord Fairfax Health District now have had a least one dose of the vaccine.

The second dose for those people is scheduled at LFCC Apr. 2.

We spoke with Whitney Miller of LFCC on the possibility of another clinic in the future.

We also asked what it took to help put together such a great event.

She answers those questions and more right here.

Rotz Pharmacy and LFCC team up for a vaccination clinic

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Rotz Pharmacy and Lord Fairfax Community College teamed up to vaccinate over 800 people at a clinic at LFCC’s Middletown Campus Friday Mar. 5.

Inclement weather prevented the Rotz Pharmacy from administering the vaccine at the pharmacy.

Jason Rotz contacted the school to let them know he had a surplus of doses.

The school was happy to open it’s facility as a makeshift clinic.

Over 70 volunteers, school staff and nursing students put together a flawless operation.

Those who had the first dose on Fri. are scheduled to return to the school for their second dose on Fri. Apr. 2.

LFCC’s Facebook page will have updates on Fri.’s clinic and the possibility of a clinic in the future.

We had a talk with Whitney Miller Director of Facility Planning and Auxiliary Services who was instrumental in putting the clinic together along with so many others.

Here is her interview.

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