This page is a compendium of New York State vaccine information. Due to limited vaccine supply, appointments may not be widely available but will increase as more vaccines are allocated to New York State providers. Please use the below links to schedule appointments with vaccine providers. GNYHA does not provide or schedule vaccine appointments.
Scheduling a Vaccine Appointment
New York City
Please visit the New York City vaccine locator to find City vaccination sites and scheduling information. Appointments can also be made by phone: Call 1-877-VAX-4NYC (1-877-829-4692), 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Language translation services are available.
New York State
Please visit the New York State vaccine locator to find State vaccination sites and scheduling information. Appointments can also be made by phone: Call 1-833-NYS-4-VAX (1-833-697-4829), 7:00 a.m.-10:00 p.m., seven days a week.
Individuals are required to complete this form to confirm their eligibility and show proof such as an employee ID card, a letter from an employer or affiliated organization, paystub, or a letter from a health care provider. Individuals who are eligible due to age should bring proof of age and New York residency such as a driver’s license.
Second dose appointments will be scheduled at the time of first doses. If no appointment is available, individuals should contact the provider or facility where they received their first dose.
Vaccine Eligible Populations
Individuals can check their eligibility and see a detailed list of all eligible groups at am-i-eligible.covid19vaccine.health.ny.gov. Individuals who are eligible due to a medical condition and who are being vaccinated in New York City must complete this form. For the rest of New York State, individuals must have a letter from a health care provider, medical information, or a signed certificate attesting to their eligibility.
About the NYC Vaccination HUB
The primary roles of the State’s vaccination program hubs are to help develop and support networks that offer broad-based vaccinations, and to assist with community education and vaccine inquiries, all with a focus on promoting health equity. For more information on the New York State Regional Hub Network, please read New York Governor Andrew Cuomo’s December 2020 press release.
GNYHA is the Vaccination Program Coordination Hub for NYC. The State asked GNYHA to perform this role because of its longstanding commitment to and participation in NYC’s emergency preparedness and response system, as well as GNYHA’s strong affiliation with the City’s health care system at large.
As the NYC Vaccine Hub Lead, GNYHA works closely with the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene on their COVID-19 vaccination plans, as well as with the New York City Vaccine Command Center and other City agencies. GNYHA troubleshoots on behalf of enrolled vaccinators, facilitates vaccine redistribution requests, and communicates important information to enrolled vaccinators and the general public.
Learn more about the NYC Vaccine HUB: https://www.vaccinehubnyc.info/