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Pfizer boosters available at Event Center

cars driving into vaccination clinic in Event Center pavilion

Staff at the Event Center booster clinic will get you through the process quickly and efficiently. You can make an appointment via MyTurn, or you can drive up without an appointment. The Event Center is open on Tuesdays (noon-7pm) and Wednesdays through Saturdays (9am-4pm).

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John L. Herbert, MD
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Dr. Herbert graduated from Gustavus Aldolphus College and the University of Minnesota Medical School and completed his psychiatric residency at San Mateo County Behavioral Health and Recovery Services. He serves as the Assistant Program Director of the Psychiatry Residency, Medical Director of the South County Mental Health Clinic, and previously served as Acting Medical Director of San Mateo County Mental Health Services.


Zachary Lenane, MD MPH
PGY4 Co-Chief Resident, San Mateo-UCSF Public Psychiatry Fellow

Zach is a graduate of the Tulane University of Medicine and completed his undergraduate degree at McGill University. Throughout medical school in New Orleans, he was a leader and case manager at a clinic that provides free healthcare and social services for individuals recently released from jail or prison in Louisiana. He was awarded two APA Helping Hands Grants to begin a peer support group focused on the emotional and practical challenges of re-entry, which he developed in partnership with formerly incarcerated individuals.


Jason Roley, MD
PGY4 Co-Chief Resident

Jason is a graduate of Drexel University College of Medicine and completed his undergraduate degree at the University of California, Berkeley. As a medical student, he volunteered as an HIV/HCV counselor at the Streetside Clinic, founded his medical school’s Addiction Medicine Interest Group (AMIGOS), and was selected as a member of the Gold Humanism Honor Society. As a resident, Jason co-created and co-lead the PSYCHOSOCIAL residency didactics course which allowed residents to engage with challenging issues in the practice of psychiatry through different forms of media.