Covid Vaccine

UPDATED March 3, 2021

Vaccine Information

We are aware that the vaccine is rolling out. The priorities are elders in long term care and front-line medical providers. Dr Dhanak and Dr Landsverk are scheduled to have the vaccine in early January. We have not been given information about when other elders will be able to be vaccinated. Please check with your county dept of health who should be coordinating the vaccination plans. We will share any information we get in the coming months. Here is to a better 2021.

 

Information by Bay Area County

Santa Clara County

Visit county website here

IMPORTANT UPDATE: All Santa Clara County residents age 65 and older are now eligible to be vaccinated at any vaccination site in the County, regardless of their healthcare provider. See below to book an appointment.

Current Vaccination in Santa Clara County:

Phase 1A
Healthcare personnel and Long-Term Care Facility residents

Phase 1B (Tier 1 – partial)
County residents 65 and older
Vaccine availability and eligibility is changing rapidly, and all vaccinations are by appointment only at this time.

All healthcare personnel and long-term care facility residents in Phase 1A are currently eligible to be vaccinated, as are County residents age 65 and older. The County does not determine vaccine eligibility. Following the State’s priority phases and tiers, each provider decides which categories of patients they have the capacity to vaccinate at any given time. Some local healthcare systems are vaccinating residents 65 and older, while others are vaccinating a more limited population. See below for current details.

Individuals who are eligible to be vaccinated are encouraged to contact their healthcare system to make an appointment. Most healthcare providers below are now offering vaccinations to all county residents age 65 and older, regardless of their healthcare care provider or insurance. See below for scheduling options by provider.

Palo Alto Medical Foundation (PAMF) Schedule an appointment here

  • Healthcare personnel in Phase 1A
  • Age 65 and older

Stanford Healthcare Schedule an appointment here

  • Healthcare personnel in Phase 1A
  • Age 65 and older

County of Santa Clara System (sites availalbe in San Jose, Gilroy, and Mountain View
Schedule an appointment here in English or click for (Spanish)  (Vietnamese)  (Chinese)

  • Healthcare personnel in Phase 1A
  • Age 65 and older

El Camino Health Schedule an appointment here

  • Healthcare personnel in Phase 1A
  • Age 65 and older

Kaiser Permanente Schedule an appointment here

  • Healthcare personnel in Phase 1A
  • Age 75 and older (very limited)

        San Francisco County

        Visit county website here

        UPDATED 2/11/21: All SF Residents 65+ living in 94107, 94110, 94112, 94124, 94134 can drop in to ZSFG or Southeast any day between 9 am and 3 pm, regardless of insurance!

        CA COVID-19 Hotline 1-833-422-4255 To make an appointment. The hotline operates Monday to Friday, 8 am to 8 pm, and Saturday and Sunday, 8 am to 5 pm

        Moscone Center South

        • The City has partnered with Kaiser Permanente to begin vaccinating eligible people at Moscone Center South.
        • Frontline healthcare workers and people 65 and over are eligible to book an appointment. You do not need insurance to book an appointment.
          Book an appointment at Moscone Center South
        • Moscone Center South
          747 Howard Street
          San Francisco, CA 94103If you have questions about getting the vaccine, talk to your healthcare provider.

        Kaiser  Kaiser Permanente’s website
        UCSF Health UCSF’s website
        Sutter Health Sutter Health’s website
        SF Health Network Health Network website

        City College (drive thru)

        • The City has partnered with UCSF to vaccinate eligible people at City College of San Francisco.
        • People 65 and over are eligible to book an appointment. You do not need insurance to book an appointment.
        • Appointments at City College are by invitation only, because of the limited supply of vaccines. Sometimes extra appointments become available. Check for availability.

        San Francisco State University

        • The City has partnered with Safeway Pharmacy to vaccinate people 65 years and older who live or work in San Francisco.
        • You do not need insurance to book an appointment.
          By appointment only.
          Book an appointment at San Francisco State University
        • San Francisco State University

        Mashouf Wellness Center (inside MAC Gym)
        755 Font Boulevard
        San Francisco, CA 94132

        Eligibility

            Napa County

            Visit county website here

            Vaccine supplies across the State continue to be limited. The status of the COVID-19 vaccine distribution is Phase 1a, tier 1-3, and individuals 65+, with a priority given to those 75+. Definitions for phase/tier eligibility are provided by the State of California.

            Ways to Register:

            • The State of California’s MyTurn website, which will become the primary registration site for vaccination scheduling statewide in the coming weeks. Check if you’re eligible for vaccination, sign up for notifications, and schedule appointments in select areas.
            • Kaiser Permanente has a COVID-19 vaccine webpage for members to check their vaccine status online.
            • St. Joseph Health outlines how they’re reaching out to eligible patients.
            • Sutter Health’s vaccine resource page has ways to check eligibility and schedule appointments.
            • The Napa County vaccine interest form is open for submissions for phase one. Napa County’s vaccination efforts are available for those who either live or work in Napa County. If neither of the above apply to you, please contact your county of residence. If you have already received a vaccine, registering here is not needed.  For support with this form, the Napa County Public Information line can be reached at 707-253-4540 and Vaccine@CountyofNapa.org.
              Note: You are encouraged to sign up on the State’s MyTurn website also, which will become the primary registration site for vaccination scheduling statewide in the coming weeks. Register with MyTurn.

             

            PHASE 1

            Phase 1a – In Progress
            The initial phase of the COVID-19 Vaccination Program, initial doses of vaccine will be distributed in a limited manner, as COVID-19 vaccine supply may be limited. COVID-19 vaccine administration efforts must concentrate on the initial populations of focus to achieve vaccination coverage in those groups. Inventory, distribution, and any repositioning of vaccine will be closely monitored through reporting. The goal is to maximize vaccine acceptance and public health protection while minimizing vaccine waste. Specific questions should be directed to your place of employment or residence in the category listed below.

            Tier 1 – Distribution is Underway

            • Acute care, psychiatric and correctional facility hospitals, including persons at direct risk of exposure in their non-clinical roles, such as environmental services (janitorial), patient transport, or interpretation
            • Staff and residents of skilled nursing facilities, assisted living facilities, and similar settings for older or medically vulnerable individuals
            • Paramedics, EMTs and others providing emergency medical services
            • Dialysis centers

            Tier 2 – Distribution is Underway

            • Intermediate care facilities for persons who need non-continuous nursing supervision and supportive care
            • Home health care and in-home supportive services
            • Community health workers, including promotoraso Public health field staff
            • Primary Care clinics, including Federally Qualified Health Centers, Rural Health Centers, correctional facility clinics, and urgent care clinics

            Tier 3 – Distribution is Underway

            Other settings and health care workers, including:

            • Specialty clinics: Aside from medical or surgical specialties (i.e. cardiology, urology), this includes physical and occupational therapists, optometrists, behavioral health, chiropractors
            • Laboratory workers
              • Dental and other oral health clinics• Pharmacy staff not working in settings at higher tiersPhase 1bNote: Dates are contingent on vaccine availability and are subject to change

                Tier 1 – In Progress (as vaccine allocation allows)

                o Individuals 65 and older

            Those at risk of exposure at work in the following sectors:
            o Education and childcare
            o Emergency serviceso Food and agriculture

            Tier 2 – Projected Date February 2021

            Note: Dates are contingent on vaccine availability and are subject to change

            o Those at risk of exposure at work in the following sectors:
            o Transportation and logistics
            o Industrial, commercial, residential, and sheltering facilities and serviceso Critical manufacturing
            o Congregate settings with outbreak risk:o Incarceratedo Homeless

            Phase 1c

            Projected Date: March-April 2021

            Note: Dates are contingent on vaccine availability and are subject to change

            • Individuals 50 -64 years of age
            • People 16-49 years of age who have an underlying health condition or disability which increases their risk of severe COVID-19
            • Those at risk of exposure at work in the following sectors:
            • Water and wastewater
            • Defenseo Energyo Chemical and hazardous materials
            • Communications and IT
            • Financial serviceso Government operations / community-based essential functions

            PHASE 2

            During this phase, there should be larger number of doses available.  As the supply of available vaccine increases, distribution will expand, increasing access to vaccination services for a larger population. There will be two simultaneous objectives:  Provide equitable access to COVID-19 vaccination for all critical populations to achieve high COVID-19 vaccination coverage in these populations in the jurisdiction and ensure high uptake in specific populations, particularly in groups that are higher risk for severe outcomes from COVID-19.

            PHASE 3

            ltimately, COVID-19 vaccine will be widely available and integrated into routine vaccination programs, run by both public and private partners. The goal is to achieve a broad vaccine administration network for increased and equitable access.

            Vaccine Prioritization and Allocation

            • The federal and state government will provide a prioritization framework for vaccine allocation and distribution. The Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) recommend, as interim guidance, that both health care personnel and residents of long-term care facilities be offered COVID-19 vaccine in the initial phase of the vaccination program.
            • The vaccine will be allocated based on CDPH guidelines formed from the framework published by the Advisory Committee for Immunization Practices (ACIP) and the National Academies of Science, Engineering and Medicine (NASEM).  The state’s Vaccine Drafting Workgroup and the Community Vaccine Advisory Committee are working on allocation guidelines below:
            • CDPH Allocation Guidelines for COVID-19 Vaccine During Phase 1a
            • Once the supply of vaccine increases, the next priority (Phase 1b) will be critical workforce and those with highest risk medical conditions.
            • During Phase 2, focus will be moderate risk medical conditions and other essential workforce, in accordance with CDPH and ACIP guidance.
            • Once supplies are ample (Phase 3), Napa County will implement community wide drive-through vaccination clinics similar to the seasonal flu vaccination clinics.

              Contra Costa County

              Visit county website here

              Last updated 2/9/21

              Because a limited amount of COVID-19 vaccine is available right now, the vaccine is being made available in phases to different populations based on risk factors. We don’t yet have a precise timeline for when the vaccine will be available to groups in different phases/tiers. It will take several months before the vaccines are widely available to the general public. The chart below outlines the order in which people will become eligible to get vaccinated based on criteria developed by the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) and the California Department of Public Health (CDPH).

              Eligible Now

              Phase 1A: December-January

              Healthcare personnel (tiers 1, 2, 3)

              Employees & residents of long-term care facilities

              Click here for Vaccine Appointments

              1A-Tier 1: 

              • Acute care, psychiatric, and correctional facility hospital staff
              • Residents and staff at skilled nursing facilities, assisted living facilities, and similar settings for older or medically vulnerable individuals
              • Paramedics and EMTs
              • Dialysis centers

              1A-Tier 2:

              • Intermediate care facilities for persons who need non-continuous nursing supervision and supportive care
              • Home health care and in-home supportive services
              • Community health workers, including promotoras
              • Public health field staff
              • Primary care clinic workers

              1A-Tier 3:
              Other healthcare workers, including:

              • Specialty clinicsSpecialty clinics
              • Laboratory workers
              • Dental and other oral health clinics
              • Pharmacy staff not working in settings at higher tiers
              • Mortuary workers

              Note: Click here to view workers that are not considered eligible for Phase 1A vaccinations

              Phase 1B started January

              1B-Tier 1: 
              • People ages 75 and over – Click here to request an appointment
              • People ages 65 – 74 – Click here to request an appointment

              Marin County

              Visit county website here

              Vaccines are currently available for patients who fit the criteria for Phase 1B—those 75 and older. If you are a patient with one of our MarinHealth Medical Network clinics, we will contact you to schedule an appointment for vaccination, when supplies allow. If you would like to look into receiving the vaccine elsewhere, we encourage you to visit the Marin County Public Health website.

              Vaccine is in extremely short supply
              Currently, Marin County receives about 5,000 vaccine doses per week. Balancing parallel efforts to provide initial vaccinations while also meeting second dose requirements means only 2,500 to 3,000 people will receive their first dose each week. Therefore, it will take several weeks to vaccinate the 75 and older population, but rest assured that everyone in that group will be offered a vaccine soon. Learn more about Marin Counties vaccine supply.

              County of Marin vaccine appointments
              This is a very fluid situation, and the best way to know when more appointments are available through the County is to keep visiting the County site, which is updated regularly. As doses are delivered, the county opens additional appointments. Typically, appointments are posted on Fridays. If doses are available, you will see buttons towards the bottom of the page showing dates and times for eligible residents to choose from. If no appointments are available, the site will indicate that.

              Filling out the form for an appointment
              We have received feedback that the form can be frustrating. Some people have filled out the form and then discovered no appointments were available, and they had filled it out needlessly. Appointments are filling faster than the State of California’s scheduling tool can remove appointments. Neither MarinHealth nor Marin Public Health have any control over the content and structure of the form, as it’s provided to us by the State.

              Scheduling by phone
              At the moment there is not a phone number you can call to schedule but the County will have a call center up soon. We will continue to send updates out to our patients.

              If you have an appointment, bring proof of age and residence
              Please bring your photo ID, driver’s license, utility bill, or anything else that associates your name with a Marin address.

              Sign up for alerts from the county
              You can also stay informed of progress by subscribing to Marin Public Health’s daily status updates. The emails contain information on vaccine progress, announcements of when new vaccination phases open, and other relevant COVID-19 information.

              If you are under 75 and not yet eligible for the vaccine
              To register your interest in being notified when you are eligible and vaccines are available, please complete the Interest Form.

              Locations for people will mobility issues?
              If you are unable to come to a walk-in site without difficultly, we encourage you to complete the county’s Interest Form and indicate in the notes that you are unable to walk-in to an appointment location. The county will notify you when alternative accommodates are available.

              Thank you for your patience and perseverance in this process. We care deeply about your health and wellbeing and are doing all we can to facilitate vaccination for all of our patients who are interested. We must follow the phases and protocol set by the various government entities, and that means the focus now is on those 75 and older, based on availability of doses. Learn more.

              As a reminder we respectfully request that you do not call or message your doctor’s office to schedule a COVID-19 vaccine appointment. Our physician offices are not providing the vaccines and are unable to assist in scheduling appointments.

              Alameda County

              Phase 1A – NOW

              • Phase 1A: Tier 1
                (started in mid-December 2020)
              • Hospitals
              • Acute care, psychiatric, and correctional facility hospital staff
              • Dialysis Centers
              • Emergency Medical Services
                Paramedics, Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs), and other emergency medical service providers
              • Long-Term Care Facilities / Skilled Nursing
                Staff and residents of skilled nursing facilities, assisted living facilities, and similar settings for older or medically vulnerable individuals

              Phase 1A: Tier 2
              (started in late December 2020)

              • Intermediate Care Facility
                Staff and residents of intermediate care facilities
              • In-Home Supportive Services
                Home Health Care and In-Home Supportive Services staff
              • Community Health Workers
                Community Health Workers/Promoters who provide basic medical, preventive, promotional, and rehabilitation care within the community.
              • Public Health Field Staff
              • Primary Care Clinics
                Primary Care facilities, including Federally Qualified Health Centers, Rural Health Centers, Correctional Facility Clinics, and Urgent Care Clinics

              Phase 1A: Tier 3

              • Primary Care Providers
              • Behavioral Health Providers
              • Specialty Providers
              • Laboratory Workers
              • Dentists/Oral Health Personnel
              • Blood Banks
              • Pharmacy Staff (non-hospital)

              Don’t meet any of the above criteria? Contact your health provider directly to see if you can be vaccinated.

              Kaiser: Healthcare workers, Long-term care patients and staff Emergency medical services Are you age 75 or older? Kaiser will contact you when they can schedule you. www.kp.org/covidvaccine

              Sutter Health: Starting Thursday 2/4: Sutter Patients 65+, Healthcare workers www.sutterhealth.org/covid-vaccine
              Sutter patients can call (844) 987-6115 for an appointment.

              Stanford Health Care: Health care workers who work in Alameda County & patients who have received care at Stanford Health Care at least once in the last 3 years, 65+ and live in Alameda County https://stanfordhealthcare.org/covid19updates

              Solano County 

              Visit county website here

              • To receive notification about the availability of the COVID-19 vaccine when it is made available to the certain phases and tiers, please click on the button below to fill out the vaccine interest form. We strongly encourage community members to complete the Vaccine Interest Form for more information on vaccine clinics. This is the form that Solano Public Health is utilizing to pre-screen eligible individuals and contact them for vaccination clinics until the State’s “My Turn” system is in place.
              • People who are eligible to be vaccinated should contact their healthcare provider to make an appointment.
                Click here to learn how to schedule an appointment by healthcare system.

              Vaccine Rollout by Phase and Tier
              Click here to the view by PDF

              Benicia Senior Center Flyer

              • 180 East L Street, Benicia CA

              Solana County Fairgrounds

              • 900 Fairgrounds Drive, Vallejo CA
              • Information forthcoming

                Sonoma County 

                Visit county website here

                When you are eligible for a vaccine, and not before that, you will be able to make an appointment through your provider, or at a vaccination clinic.

                List of Vaccine Clinics open to Eligible Groups

                For more information about vaccine priority and when the vaccine will be available to you, please see Vaccine Distribution.

                Please note:

                • Vaccine clinics are open to those living in Sonoma County.
                • If you can’t make your appointment, please cancel so the appointment can be available to others.

                Use the criteria below to find available vaccine clinics and resources.
                Current Eligible Groups:

                • Age 65-69
                • Age 70-74
                • Age 75 or older
                • Agriculture workers
                • Childcare and educators
                • Healthcare workers

                Alexander Valley Healthcare, North County

                • Cloverdale Train Depot, 501 Asti Road, Cloverdale
                • Driving Directions
                • Sonoma County Transit
                • Eligibility:
                  • Healthcare personnel in Phase 1A
                  • 70 and older living in Geyserville and Cloverdale
                  • Patients of Alexander Valley Healthcare
                  • Visit website

                Alliance Medical North County Huerta Gym

                • 9291 Old Redwood Highway #200, Windsor
                • Driving Directions
                • Sonoma County Transit
                • Eligibility:
                  • Persons 70 and older — The clinic will identify individuals who qualify for vaccination and have the highest risk. Clinic cannot support walk-in appointments.

                Community Health Center

                • Various Regions
                • Location provided by employer
                • Eligibility:
                  • Agriculture workers — Contact your employer

                Healdsburg Hospital

                • Various Regions
                • Location provided by employer
                • Eligibility:
                  • Healthcare personnel in Phase 1A — Contact your employer

                Jewish Community Free Clinic

                • Various Regions
                • Location provided by employer
                • Eligibility:
                  • Healthcare personnel in Phase 1A — Contact your employer

                Kaiser Permanente

                • Various Regions
                • Location provided upon scheduling your appointment
                • Eligibility:
                  • Healthcare personnel in Phase 1A
                  • Current Kaiser patients: 75 and older
                  • Kaiser will reach out to members via kp.org or mail. Visit website

                OptumServe South County Rohnert Park Community Center

                Petaluma Health Center South County SRJC – Petaluma Fitness Center

                Providence (formerly St. Joseph Health)

                • Various regions
                • Location provided upon scheduling your appointment.
                • Visit website
                • Eligibility:
                  • Healthcare personnel in Phase 1A
                  • Providence members: 70 and older

                Safeway — Guerneville

                Safeway — Healdsburg

                Safeway — Petaluma

                Safeway — Rohnert Park

                Safeway — Santa Rosa Central

                Safeway — Santa Rosa

                Safeway — Santa Rosa

                Safeway — Santa Rosa

                Safeway — Santa Rosa

                Safeway — Santa Rosa

                Safeway — Sebastapool

                Safeway — Sonoma

                Safeway — Windsor

                Sonoma County Medical Association

                • Various regions
                • Location provided by employer
                • Eligibility:
                  • Healthcare personnel in Phase 1A
                  • Contact your employer

                Sonoma County Office of Education

                • Various regions
                • Location provided upon scheduling your appointment
                • Eligibility:

                Sonoma Valley Community Health Center

                • East County Region
                • Sonoma Valley Veterans Memorial Hall, 126 1st Street West, Sonoma
                • Driving Directions
                • Sonoma County Transit
                • Eligibility:
                  • Persons 70 and older — The clinic will identify individuals who qualify for vaccination and have the highest risk.

                Sonoma Valley Hospital

                Sutter Health

                • Various regions
                • Sutter has several vaccine clinic locations, choose the most convenient when registering.
                • Eligibility:
                  • Healthcare personnel in Phase 1A
                  • Sutter patients (past and present): 65 and older
                  • Register online or call (844) 987-6115

                U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs

                • Various multiple locations
                • Eligibility:
                  • Current VA patients who are:
                    • In high-risk categories
                    • 75 and older
                  • VA health care team will contact you
                  • Visit website

                West County Health Centers

                • West County
                • West County Guerneville Elementary School, 14630 Armstrong Woods Road, Guerneville
                • Driving Directions
                • Sonoma County Transit
                • Eligibility:
                  • Persons 70 and older who:
                    • Work and live in west Sonoma County or
                    • Patients of West County Health Centers or
                    • Patients of a medical provider who works in west Sonoma County
                    • Register online or contact your West County medical provider

                Analy High School — Gynasium

                • West County
                • 6950 Analy Avenue, Sebastopol
                • Driving Directions
                • Sonoma County Transit
                • Eligibility:
                  • Persons 70 and older who:
                    • Work and live in west Sonoma County or
                    • Patients of West County Health Centers or
                    • Patients of a medical provider who works in west Sonoma County
                    • Register online or contact your West County medical provider

                  San Mateo County 

                  Visit county website here

                  Updated February 10, 2021

                  Receive Notification When You Are Eligible

                  While COVID-19 vaccine supply remains limited, you can sign up for the County’s notification tool to receive notification when the State makes you eligible and information about how you may get an appointment.

                  This notification system is meant as an interim strategy as the State of California assembles a statewide COVID-19 vaccine notification system called MyTurn, which will offer online appointment scheduling for our area soon.

                  Frequently Asked Questions

                  FAQs are available here and are frequently updated.

                  Currently Vaccinating

                  San Mateo County Health is actively working through the different phases of distribution as quickly as we can to direct the limited supply of vaccine to the identified priority groups. We are currently vaccinating members of Phase 1A (healthcare workers and residents of long-term care facilities) and Phase 1B residents aged 65 and older as vaccine supply allows, in keeping with the State’s guidance.

                  Because of the vaccine supply constraints, we continue to focus on the needs of those eligible at greatest risk of death.

                  We are following State guidance about the prioritization of groups in Phase 1B, as the supply of vaccine continues to be very limited. The State’s phases and tiers of vaccine recipients are outlined here.

                  We are committed to ensuring that everyone in San Mateo County who wants the vaccine will receive it.

                  Most San Mateo County residents will receive the vaccine from their primary care provider. Contact your health care provider for the most accurate and up to date information about when and how you can expect to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.

                  Blue Shield

                  Blue Shield members can visit blueshieldca.com/coronavirus and the Vaccine FAQ’s for the latest info on vaccine priorities.

                  Dignity Health

                  Dignity Health Medical Group – Sequoia is now vaccinating patients who are age 65 and older by are reaching out to patients to schedule their vaccinations. Please see Vaccine Administration Updates on the Dignity Health website for details. If you are not in this vaccination group, Dignity Health respectfully asks you not to call at this time for vaccination updates due to high call demand. The website will be updated regularly, so please check back for the latest information.

                  Kaiser

                  Kaiser members can visit kp.org/covidvaccine for the latest info on vaccine priorities and how to get a vaccine when you meet state criteria. You can also call the 24/7 recorded message hotline at 1‑855‑550‑0951 (available in English and Spanish) for regular updates. Members will receive email updates on the vaccines by registering on kp.org. For more information, visit kp.org/coronavirus.

                  • If you’re a health care worker, please complete an e-visit.
                  • If you’re age 75 or older, Kaiser will contact you directly as vaccine supply becomes available and will provide you with instructions on how to make an appointment.

                  San Mateo Medical Center & Clinics
                  Patients of San Mateo Medical Center’s clinics can click here for the latest information on how to get a vaccine when you meet the state’s criteria. Patients who are over the age of 65 will be contacted by their primary care clinic as soon as the vaccine is available. Updates will be posted on the SMMC website.

                  Stanford Health
                  At this time, established 65+ patients (those who have been seen in the last 3 years) with Stanford Health Care should click here or call (650) 498-9000 to make an appointment.

                  • Residents of Santa Clara County and San Mateo County over the age of 65 can be vaccinated at Stanford Health Care’s locations at 2585 Samaritan Drive in San Jose, or Arrillaga Center at 341 Galvez Street in Stanford. Stanford Health Care may announce additional locations for patients who reside in these counties.
                  • Health care workers who work in San Mateo, Santa Clara, Contra Costa or Alameda Counties or are patients of Stanford Health Care. Healthcare workers are not required to be established with Stanford to be eligible for appointments.

                  Due to frequent updates and expanding eligible populations, Stanford encourages patients to visit its website for the most up-to-date information.

                  Sutter / PAMF
                  Vaccination is by appointment only. If you have selected Sutter Health as your system of care (which includes Palo Alto Medical Foundation), the website for the Sutter vaccine appointment system is www.sutterhealth.org/covid-vaccine, and the phone number is (844) 987-6115. They are currently taking appointments for healthcare workers and patients age 65 and over.

                  Uninsured Residents
                  Health insurance is not required to receive the vaccine.

                  For residents without health insurance but who do have a health care provider (including patients at clinics at San Mateo Medical Center), please contact your health care provider.

                  For residents who do not have a provider and would like to enroll in a health plan, please click here. Health insurance is available regardless of immigration status, through a combination of Federal, State, and County programs. Call (650) 616-2002 to speak to an enrollment counselor.

                  Veterans
                  Veterans need to be enrolled with the VA in order to receive the vaccine. The VA Palo Alto is offering the Pfizer Vaccine to any VA Health Care Eligible Veteran who is 75 or older. Appointments are required (No Walk-ins). Veterans 75+ are asked to call the scheduling line at 650-496-2535 to secure an appointment.

                  The San Bruno VA Clinic is offering the Moderna vaccine to any VA Health Care eligible veteran age 75 or older. Appointments are required (no walk-ins). Veterans age 75 or older are asked to call the scheduling line at 650-615-6000 to secure an appointment.

                  The following links provide additional information: