Parking for Fischer Clinic members is located directly behind our building.  Enter from North Street and park behind the yellow house with the red roof


You can get a Pfizer or Moderna booster if it has been at least 6 months since your second shot, and one of the following is true:

You are 65 or older. 
You are 18 and older and: 

  • You live or work in a nursing home or other long-term care residential facility. 
  • You have a medical condition that puts you at high risk for severe illness; for example obesity, asthma, heart disease, high blood pressure, and diabetes. 
  • You work in a high-risk profession, meaning you come into contact with a lot of people, and you don’t know their vaccination status; for example, health care workers, first responders, teachers, food processing workers, retail and restaurant workers, and public transportation workers. 
  • You live or work in a place where many people live together; for example, homeless shelters, correctional facilities, migrant farm housing, dormitories or other group living settings in colleges or universities. 

These are just examples and not meant to be a complete list. People can self-attest that they are in one of these groups. Proof is not needed. 

Boosters strengthen and extend protections against severe illness from COVID-19. There is ample supply of boosters across the state.

New Members Questions?

Current Members

contact your nurse directly  

Dr. Lapinskes' Office

919-258-2840 phone

919-258-2848 fax

Kellie Kelbaugh, RN


Dr. Fischer's Office

919-258-2440 phone


Kelly Henderson, RN



Restoring the Doctor Patient Relationship through

Person-To-Person Medicine

In House Vaccines


10 am to 1 pm for adults

1 pm to 5 pm for kids


  • Regular Flu Shots
  • High Dose Flu Shots (for people 65+)
  • Pfizer Covid-19 Vaccine (age 12+)
    • 1st dose
    • 2nd dose
    • Booster 
  • Moderna Covid-19 Vaccine (age 18+) 
    • 1st dose
    • 2nd dose 
    • Booster
  • Pfizer Pediatric Dose (Age 5 to 11)

Please sign up for a time at the link above or request during an office visit. 

Radeas Location Near Wake Med:

Booster Eligibility

Need Help Finding a Vaccine?  


Ever wonder how a benefits advisor chooses their own benefits? Hear from Cristy Gupton of Custom Benefits Solutions on how she approaches health care for her own family.

From Cristy Gupton - 

I myself am technically "uninsured". After nearly 20 years of being on my husband's health plan through his employer I finally came to the realization that we were getting nothing from the $1000/month we were spending in health insurance premiums. Today, I'm a member of a direct primary care practice and I'm also a member of Sedera. Our dpc doctor takes care of us from an everyday perspective and Sedera is there for us if something catastrophic happens. I receive better care now that I'm uninsured. I invite others to join me at sedera.com/join/custombenefits. Anyone can hear me describe this move of ours in the podcast called "Healthcare Americana"... 


We highly recommend Radeas

fast free self-administered PCR Testing

  • Various Locations
  • Free
  • Result time varies

How Can We Help?

We are excited to have a partnership with VaxCare to provide vaccines in our office.  You can either pay with insurance through VaxCare or directly through our transparent prices.  

We offer both regular and high dose flu shots in the fall.  You can pay directly or through your insurance.  Our self pay rates are listed below or you may be able to get it for free from the NC Health Department.  

Click on the vaccine name on the left to be linked to the Vaccine Information Statement.  

In House Vaccine Information
Click on the name to go to the Vaccine Information StatementSelf Pay Price
Dtap - Daptacel
Dtap+IPV+HIB  - Pentacel
Flu - Regular$30
Flu - High Dose$60
Hep A Pediatric - Vaqta
Hep B Pediatric - Engerix-B
HPV9 - Gardasil 9
MCV4 - Menactra
PCV13 - Prevnar 13
PPSV23 - Pneumovax23
TDaP - Adacel
Varicella - Varivax
Zoster - Shingrix