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News - January 22, 2021

How to get an appointment to be vaccinated

Kaiser Permanente

Residents age 65 and older qualify for the vaccine. Information and scheduling for appointments can be found online at mydoctor.kaiserpermanente.org/covid-19/covid-19-vaccine or by calling 866-454-8855. Kaiser's website is now advising people age 75 and older not to call or email, and to await a letter or email about available appointments.

Sutter Health/Palo Alto Medical Foundation

Residents age 75 and older qualify for the vaccine. Appointments can be scheduled online at sutterhealth.org/for-patients/health-alerts/covid-19-vaccine or by calling 844-987-6115. Patients are asked not to call their care site or provider's office for vaccination scheduling, and to expect long wait times.

Stanford Health Care

Residents age 75 and older qualify for the vaccine. Appointments can be scheduled online at tinyurl.com/SHCvaccine or by calling 650-498-9000. Vaccinations for people age 65 and older were expected to begin Jan. 20.

Santa Clara County Medical Center Hospitals and clinics

Residents age 75 and older qualify for the vaccine. Eligibility restricted to those who receive primary care through the county health system and do not receive care from Kaiser, Sutter or Stanford. Appointments can be made at sccfreevax.org, which has a link to the sign-up form.

El Camino Health

Residents age 75 and older qualify for the vaccine. Eligibility is restricted to those who do not receive primary care from the Santa Clara County health system, Kaiser, Sutter or Stanford. Appointments can be made online at elcaminohealth.org/covid-19-resource-center/schedule/vaccine. A phone number is not available.

—Kevin Forestieri

Comments

Posted by rsmithjr
a resident of Duveneck/St. Francis
on Jan 19, 2021 at 12:52 pm

rsmithjr is a registered user.

Given the months that they have had to prepare for this, it is unacceptable the amount of preparation is so low.


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