Which Vaccine to Get?

Happy (belated) St. Patrick’s Day from the Savii Health Team. No parade this year, but we can all look forward to next year once enough of us have been vaccinated!

Americans now have three excellent choices when it comes to getting vaccinated. At Savii Health we have limited access to the Moderna vaccine that we (and you) helped to test, but there are numerous ways to get your vaccination-and as of March 15, many more of you are eligible! 

In other news, we have two new providers to serve you. Read on for more from our conversation with Dr. Paul Bradley:

Dr. Paul Bradley Gets Vaccinated


Ask Dr. Paul Bradley and he will tell it to you straight: “My firm stance is every day without a vaccine is an opportunity to catch covid and die. The first opportunity to get a vaccine—take it—don’t worry about the details, the first one you can get is the right one.”

More of you are now eligible. The State of Georgia recently expanded eligibility for the COVID-19 vaccine to include all adults sixteen and up (!), including healthcare workers, first responders, school staff, law enforcement, firefighters, and those with serious medical conditions, including anyone with a BMI of over 25.

If you are a BCG patient, you can sign up on our website HERE or by clicking the link below.


Dr. Bradley says that if you are worried that you are going to feel bad, you can take Tylenol before or after your shot (or both). 

NOTE: We do not control scheduling and have been receiving only very limited quantities of the vaccine. Scheduling is done by a third party. Just sign up at our website and you will be notified when it is your turn. You can also use the state’s vaccine locator by clicking here.


We have welcomed two new providers onto our staff, and with new faces comes renewed energy and commitment to you—and a new name.

Why Savii Health? Because smart doctors make for savvy patients and we have added two bright, young STARS to our team:   

We are thrilled to welcome Dr. Brooke Halpern to the practice.

In addition, Briana Evans has joined our staff as a Physician Assistant.

“Brooke basically just got here, and it is just like she was always here,” Dr. Bradley says of practicing with Dr. Halpern, who happens to be his daughter. “I couldn’t be more proud of her… And Bri is smart, efficient, and a wonderful addition to the practice. They gang up on me a little bit, but I guess that’s to be expected.”

Come meet them, and come see us, and thank you for helping us all get through this past year.


Your Savii Team