To schedule a vaccine appointment by phone, call 844-876-2822 between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m., seven days a week.
To schedule a COVID-19 vaccine in Potter County, Pa., call 814-274-5460 (for adults) or 814-274-9198 (for pediatrics).
By clicking "Schedule a COVID-19 Vaccine" above, you will enter UPMC's Certify Care system, where you will set up an account, answer important health questions, and pick a vaccination location, date, and time. You can search by location and which vaccines are offered. Once you schedule an appointment, you will receive confirmations and reminders from UPMC's Certify Care system. These may include text messages and emails from "UPMC Vaccine Scheduling."
Information on Third or Additional Doses of the COVID-19 Vaccines
If you received two doses of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine, here is what you need to know:
- If you are immunocompromised, including those who have had a solid organ transplant, are on chemotherapy, or have certain chronic illnesses:
- The third doses can be received 28 days or more from the second dose.
- The third dose should be of the Moderna (age 18 and over) or Pfizer (age 5 and over) vaccine.
- If you are NOT immunocompromised:
- You can receive a third dose of the Moderna or J&J vaccine (age 18 and over) or the Pfizer vaccine (age 12 and over).
- The third dose can be received 5 months or more after the second dose.
If you received one dose of the J&J vaccine, here is what you need to know:
- Anyone 18 or older is eligible for an additional dose.
- The second dose can be received two months or more after the first dose.
- The second dose can be any of the three available vaccines.
Scheduling the COVID-19 Vaccine for Someone Under 18
- The Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine is now available for children 5 and older. To schedule for someone 5 to 17 online, select the “Schedule a COVID-19 Vaccine” button above and request a “Pfizer pediatric” clinic.
- If your child is an existing UPMC Children’s Community Pediatrics patient, you can schedule an appointment online or by calling the office.
- If you are under 18, or scheduling for someone who is, select a Pfizer clinic when booking online or request one when scheduling by phone. (A consent form signed by a parent or legal guardian is required for those under 18.)
If you need accommodations for your preferred language, sensory processing needs, anxiety, physical disabilities, or privacy needs, we can help. Please let the greeter or another staff member know when you arrive.
To schedule your COVID-19 vaccine in Spanish, call 833-660-2416 and press 1
Para llamar en español para pedir su cita de vacunación contra el COVID-19, marque 833-660-2416 y pulse la opción 1.
To schedule your COVID-19 vaccine in Nepali, call 833-660-2416 and press 2
नेपालीमा तपाईंको COVID-19 भ्याक्सिन तालिका बनाउन ८३३ ६६० २४१६ मा कल गर्नुहोस् र २ थिच्नुहोस् ।
To schedule your COVID-19 vaccine in Arabic, call 833-660-2416 and press 3
للحصول على موعد( للقاح فيروس كوفيد-19) باللغة العربية,اتصل بالرقم 2416-660-833 ومن ثم اضغط رقم
To schedule your COVID-19 vaccine in Vietnamese, call 833-660-2416 and press 4
De lay hen chich thuoc ngua bang tieng Viet Nam, Xin goi so 833-660-2416 roi bam so 4
To schedule your COVID-19 vaccine in Mandarin, call 833-660-2416 and press 5
To schedule your COVID-19 vaccine in Russian, call 833-660-2416 and press 6
Регистрация на вакцинацию Ковид- 19 на русском языке, позвоните по номеру 833-660-2416 и нажмите 6
Click on the "Schedule a COVID-19 Vaccine" link above and follow the directions below:
COVID-19 Vaccines in New York State:
New York residents may call 833-697-4829 or visit ny.gov/vaccine for more information on vaccine distribution in their state. If you are a New York state resident in Chautauqua County, you can call 866-604-6789 visit chqgov.com for county-specific vaccine distribution information.
COVID-19 Vaccines in Maryland State:
Learn more about COVID-19 vaccination at UPMC Western Maryland. Maryland residents may call 855-MD-GoVAX (855-634-6829) or visit covidlink.maryland.gov for more information on vaccine distribution in their state.
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