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1400 Philadelphia Pike

Suite A4

Wilmington, DE 19809

Phone: (302) 375-6746

Fax: (302) 375-6822

COVID-19 Vaccinations

Next Century Medical Care (NCMC) COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics

We are participating with DelVax and the Delaware Division of Public Health, Coronavirus Response to administer COVID-19 Moderna vaccinations. As part of this collaboration, we will be hosting NCMC COVID-19 Clinics on selected dates. 

If you are eligible per the state guidelines, please call the front desk to be placed on the vaccination waiting list. You will need to provide your full legal name, date of birth, best phone number to contact you, home address, and if you have any medical conditions that would place you in Phase 1C. We also include demographic information required for DelVax reporting. If you are not a current NCMC patient, please get a prescription from one of your healthcare providers for the COVID-19 vaccination to include the diagnoses that qualify you for Phase 1C. If you do not qualify for Phase 1C, you will be added to our emergency back-up list of persons to call if someone does not show up for their vaccination appointment. 

Only persons scheduled for the COVID-19 vaccination clinic will be eligible for vaccine administration. We are only getting a limited supply of vaccine. Please be patient as we offer this opportunity. We have also provided some links below to other vaccination opportunities for eligible patients.

If you are registered for one of our COVID-19 vaccination clinics and you are not a current NCMC patient, please complete the entire registration paperwork hyperlinked below. The first page has sections highlighted that need to be completed. You will need to complete all sections of pages 2 through 4.

If you are a current NCMC patient, please complete pages 3 and 4, the screening questionnaire and consent. 

Please bring the COVID-19 vaccination registration paperwork with your insurance and identification cards to your COVID-19 vaccination clinic appointment.

NCMC COVID-19 Vaccination Registration Paperwork

Delaware COVID-19 Vaccination Program

Please be sure to access and review the state's COVID-19 vaccination program details by clicking on the link below. You should also review where you are able to get a COVID-19 vaccination. The state limits pharmacies, vaccination events and medical providers to certain eligible persons.

Delaware COVID-19 Vaccination Program

Christ the Cornerstone Church is offering COVID-19 vaccinations to anyone over the age of 50. Please go to the following website to register. Once registered, you will receive a call to schedule an appointment for vaccine administration. 

Click Here to Register

Or you can call either church campus at:

Christ the Cornerstone - Bear Campus

3135 Summit Bridge Road

Bear, DE 19701

(302) 836-2862

Christ the Cornerstone - Elsmere Campus

6 North Clifton AVe

Elsmere, DE 19805

Wilmington, DE 

(302) 998-4584

ChristianaCare COVID-19 Vaccination Program

ChristianaCare is supporting eligible persons seeking COVID-19 vaccination. Click on the hyperlink for more information!

Click here for more information about ChristianaCare COVID-19 vaccinations

Walgreens COVID-19 Vaccination Program

Selected Walgreens Pharmacies in Delaware have COVID-19 vaccine available to eligible person seeking COVID-19 vacciantion. Click on the hyperlink for more information!

Click here for more information about Walgreens COVID-19 vaccinations

The masked bandits....

We never stopped seeing patients!

Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) & Telehealth Option

  • We are offering telehealth visits for patients who have access to a smart phone and/or computer with audio and video capabilities. 
  • If using a computer, you must use Google Chrome internet browser. Our telehealth software will not work with other internet browsers.
  • CareSpan is a fully integrated electronic health record with telehealth capability. 
  • At present Medicare, Health Options Medicaid, Amerihealth Caritas Medicaid, Traditional Medicaid, Aetna, Highmark, Cigna, and United Healthcare have authorized reimbursement for telehealth services, but others may adopt this change in place of service. 
  • If you would like to change your face-to-face office visit to a telehealth visit and your insurance is not listed above, please check with your insurance to determine if you are eligible. 
  • You can call the office to request your face-to-face office visit be changed to a telehealth visit. If the healthcare provider approves, then your appointment will be changed and you will be notified. 
  • You will need to provide us with a good email and/or cell phone number with a preference for which to use when requesting a telehealth visit. This is how the healthcare provider will invite you to the virtual exam room at your appointment time.
  • If you could have any vital sign measuring equipment available, this will be helpful. Such items include: thermometer, blood pressure cuff, pulse oximeter for oxygen level, peak flow meter, glucose monitor, etc.
  • There are limitations to the telehealth that may impact changing face-to-face office visits to a telehealth visit.
  • We appreciate your understanding if a telehealth visit cannot be accommodated.

Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19)

  • Please visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to learn more about the COVID-19 outbreak:


  • You can also visit the Delaware Government website for local updates and information related to COVID-19:

Delaware Government Link

Symptoms Associated with COVID-19 Infection:

  • First week: 
    • Achy muscles, feeling run down, cough and low grade fever
  • Second week: 
    • Fever (77-98%), dry cough (46-82%), shortness of breath (3-31%)
  • A sudden loss of taste or smell may be suggestive of COVID-19 infection based on insight from healthcare providers treating COVID-19 positive patients.
  • Symptom onset 2-9 days after exposure with 50% of those infected in showing symptoms in 5 days
  • 80% of infections are mild and children see to be less impacted
  • Those infected can shed virus for 1-4 weeks after symptoms resolve, but it is unclear is they are still contagious.

Please Protect Yourself and Others:

  • Wash your hands after touching frequently touched objects and surfaces, like door knobs, light switches, gas pump handles, etc. Remember to wash for at least 20 seconds!
  • Use alcohol-based hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol if soap and water are not available.
  • Disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces, if able.
  • Cover your cough or sneeze by using the inside of your elbow to cough or sneeze into.
  • Avoid touching your face, including your eyes, nose and mouth.
  • If using a tissue, toss immediately after use. Do not save it for later use!
  • Practice social distancing of 6 feet from others.

How We Protect Ourselves and You:

  • All employees are screened prior to starting work. We check temperature and administer a health screening questionnaire. Sick employees are sent home.
  • All employees and patients are required to wear a face covering while in the office, unless exempt by age.
  • We disinfect high touch areas throughout the day.
  • We have socially distanced seating in the lobby.
  • We provide access to hand sanitizer to employees and patients when providing care.
  • We offer telehealth option for those vulnerable patients that should not be out in the community due to high risk.

When Coming to Our Office:

  • We are still seeing patients. Patient appointments should be kept unless Dr. Wilbur or Dr. Estes have authorized a change in follow-up. See the message below about telehealth option.
  • If you are coming to our office on or after 4/28/2020, by order of the Governor, you must wear a face covering to enter. 
  • If you do not have a face covering, you can call our office at 302-375-6746 so that we may bring one out to you.
  • We have a limited supply of face masks. Once this supply is depleted, only those with face masks/coverings can come into the office. Those without face masks/coverings must use telehealth visits only.
  • Asthma or COPD patients having difficulty finding albuterol metered-dose inhaler (MDI) should call the office immediately for an appointment. We have access to alternative medication regimen to help with the albuterol MDI shortage. An appointment is necessary to obtain and be trained how to use the alternative medication regimen.
  • If you think you are experiencing symptoms consistent with COVID-19 infection, please call our office to get a laboratory order for testing. We do not have any COVID-19 testing equipment in the office at this time.
  • Anyone that is not a Next Century Medical Care patient experiencing symptoms consistent with COVID-19 infection, should contact the Delaware Division of Public Health at 1-866-408-1899.
  • Please do not bring additional persons with you to your appointment. We have limited seating in our waiting room due to social distancing requirements. Patients will only be allowed to bring one additional person with them to the exam room. Any additional persons should wait out in the vehicle. 
Thank you in advance for your understanding.