COVID-19 Coronavirus Information

Vaccine Update 1/13/2021

SVT Health & Wellness continues to administer COVID-19 vaccines, having completed some of the second doses of the initial allotments received through the State of Alaska and the Indian Health Service. Starting on Tuesday, January 12th, we began administering vaccines targeting additional healthcare providers (under Phase 1a, Tier 3), and targeting patients who are aged 65 years and above (under Phase 1b, Tier 1).

SVT Health & Wellness is committed to the safe roll-out of COVID-19 vaccines in accordance with Tribal, State and Federal prioritization and guidance. Due to the fact the vaccines are unstable and have a short shelf life, they are made available to health care agencies in limited quantities, and their administration must be carefully planned in order to maximize delivery of vaccines.

If you are a patient of SVT Health and Wellness (who is 65 and above) and have not yet been contacted for a vaccine appointment, please call 907-226-2228 and follow the prompts to request placement on our wait list. We also welcome new patients; a medical visit is required to establish care as a patient of our community health center.

To determine your eligibility for other vaccine options available, please visit All individuals are encouraged to discuss the vaccine pros and cons with their health care providers.

Vaccine Information:

Pfizer –

Moderna –

General public questions may be directed to or 907-646-3322.

SVT Health & Wellness COVID 19 - Reflects Data through January 24th, 2021

These numbers are cumulative for all three of our Health Centers in Homer, Seldovia and Anchor Point. 









* The positive results reflect 8 in Seldovia and 24 in other communites that we serve.

SVT Health & Wellness cares deeply about the health and safety of the people we serve.

We are taking several steps to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. As the Coronavirus situation continues to evolve, our dedicated staff are working closely with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, as well as State and local health authorities, to ensure we continue delivering safe, quality care while limiting further spread of the virus.
Because many people are concerned about potential exposure to COVID-19, we want you to know how to access health care through SVT Health & Wellness. Prior to entering our facilities, all patients will be asked to answer questions related to their risk factors, per the Governor’s Mandate – 9.1.

  • We ask that any individuals experiencing Coronavirus-like symptoms (cough or fever or shortness of breath) CALL FIRST to coordinate evaluation and care. (907-226-2228)
  • On-site medical appointments are still available in all three locations, in Homer, Seldovia and Anchor Point. Please call ahead to schedule an appointment and to answer the screening questions. (907-226-2228)
  • We are now offering telehealth appointments. If you are high risk (60+ years old, have lung disease, heart disease, are diabetic, or have autoimmune disorders) your health care provider may switch your appointments to telehealth, utilizing phone or video conferencing. Call to schedule your next appointment. (907-226-2228)
  • For urgent health-related questions that arise when our clinics are closed, SVT Health & Wellness patients can also utilize our After Hours Nurses Line by calling 907-226-2228, Option 1
  • In case of an emergency, please call 911.

Thank you for joining us in protecting our communities from the effects of this virus, encouraging and supporting one another as we go through this together.