Vaccination Clinic

HBA strongly encourages faculty, staff, and students to be vaccinated for COVID-19.  The vast majority of our faculty and staff have been vaccinated.  

However, we recognize that the choice to get vaccinated is a personal family decision and we will not be mandating vaccines at this time.

With that being said, HBA will follow the ILH's lead by requiring student-athletes to be fully vaccinated or get tested weekly prior to participating in an ILH event.

In a world that is divided, let us be an  Ľohana that chooses to press on together.  The health and safety protocols and procedures at HBA are designed to keep both unvaccinated and vaccinated individuals safe.

We are partnering with Kaiser Permanente to make it easier for any of our staff, faculty, age-eligible students, families, and the greater community to get vaccinated.  Our pop-up clinics are open to all that are eligible for vaccinations or boosters.


  • All first-time participants must download and complete the paperwork linked below. Please bring your completed paperwork with you to your appointment.  
    • For participants ages 5-11, fill out this form.
    • For participants ages 12+, fill out this form.

  • If you already received your first vaccination at our previous clinic, you do not need to register again.

  • If this is your first vaccination shot, then you will be able to schedule your second shot at the time of your appointment.

  • Please bring your government issued or student identification card and insurance information.

  • Please wear a face mask at all times and practice social distancing.

  • All participants will be required to remain on site for approximately 15 to 30 minutes after receiving their shot for observation.

  • Minors must be accompanied by their legal guardian.

  • Every participant must be registered for their own appointment.


The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) updated its COVID-19 guidance to include recommendations for offering a single Pfizer booster dose at least six months after completion of the Pfizer primary series to certain groups of people.

CDC recommends that the following groups should receive a Pfizer booster:

  • Individuals aged 65 years and older
  • Individuals aged 18 years and older living in long-term care settings, and 
  • Individuals aged 50-64 years with underlying medical conditions

CDC recommends that the following groups, based on their individual benefits and risks, may receive a Pfizer booster:

  • Individuals aged 18-49 years with underlying medical conditions, and
  • Individuals aged 18-64 years who are at increased risk for COVID-19 exposure and transmission because of occupational or institutional setting 

Additional information is available on the FDA and CDC websites.