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COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic

COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic

Under new guidelines from state and local government officials, Rochester Regional Health recently received supplies and clearance to provide eligible individuals with the COVID-19 vaccine. Rochester Regional is excited to open our COVID-19 vaccination clinic at our Riedman Administrative Campus, located in Rochester, NY, to eligible community members. You do not need to be a Rochester Regional patient to schedule an online appointment.

Our clinics are all pending vaccine allocation. If our clinics are full, you can also check the Finger Lakes Vaccination Hub for availability elsewhere throughout our region. We recommend getting vaccinated as soon as possible wherever you can.

Get Started

Here’s how to get started and schedule your COVID-19 vaccination appointment:

number oneCheck your eligibility

Rochester Regional Health is following New York State guidelines for COVID-19 vaccine eligibility. Please use our form below to get started and determine if you currently qualify to receive the vaccine. You do not need to be a Rochester Regional Health patient or employee to be eligible for this site.

number oneBook your appointment & fill out your NYS COVID-19 Vaccination Form

Once you've completed the eligibility form, you will be directed to a vaccination appointment scheduler, with both drive-thru and in-office vaccinations available. You MUST complete the steps and have an appointment to be vaccinated at our site. We do not currently accept walk-ins. Please also fill out your New York State-required Vaccination Form.

 

Schedule Vaccine Appointment

Based on the information you shared, you are eligible to receive a vaccine. Click on one of the clinic locations below to schedule an appointment. If all appointment slots are full, please continue to check back as we will be adding additional clinics each week, pending supply allocation.

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Second-Dose Appointments: Your second vaccine appointment will automatically be scheduled at the same time 3 weeks (Pfizer) or 4 weeks (Moderna) from your first dose appointment. At this time, you are unable to select a different time for your second dose appointment. If you know you are not able to make your second dose appointment at the same time, please select a different appointment that works for both your first and second dose.

Riedman Corporate Campus

Riedman Administrative Campus

100 Kings Highway South
Rochester, NY 14608
(585) 922-8888

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Appointments Required

Please use the "Get Started" button to schedule your appointment. If you prefer to call us to schedule a vaccination appointment, please call us between 8am – 4:30pm, Monday thru Friday at (585) 922-8888.

You MUST be eligible per New York State guidelines and have an appointment in order to receive a COVID-19 vaccination at this site. We do not currently accept walk-ins

Second-Dose Appointments: Your second vaccine appointment will automatically be scheduled at the same time 3 weeks (Pfizer) or 4 weeks (Moderna) from your first dose appointment. At this time, you are unable to select a different time for your second dose appointment. If you know you are not able to make your second dose appointment at the same time, please select a different appointment that works for both your first and second dose.

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