COVID-19 Vaccine & Booster Information
We are doing everything we can to responsibly vaccinate as many people as possible, while following specific NYS guidelines. The health and safety of our patients, community and healthcare teams are our top priority.
In the meantime, it’s important for all of us to stay vigilant and continue to wear masks, practice social distancing and wash our hands frequently as the pandemic continues.
Due for a Booster (third dose)?
Schedule your booster vaccination the same way you would schedule your initial dose(s).
|UHS Vaccination Scheduling|
You must schedule an appointment for your vaccination. Walk-ins will not be accepted.
How to make an appointment for a COVID-19 vaccine:
After scheduling your appointment, please complete and print the NYS COVID-19 Vaccine Form.
UHS Vestal Vaccination Site
Moderna Clinic ages 18 and older
- Patients can call their UHS Primary Care provider to schedule through our drive-thru location in Vestal.
- Click here to schedule online
Pfizer Clinic ages 5 and older
- UHS is holding ongoing COVID-19 Pfizer pediatric vaccine clinics for children ages 5 to 17, every Wednesday and Thursday, from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., at the UHS Vestal Dome. These are drive-through clinics, by appointment.
- If your child is under 18 years old:
- We highly encourage parents or guardians to be present during the vaccination appointment
- If parents/guardians cannot be present, please bring completed copies of the following consents:
- Fact Sheet: Pfizer vaccine for children ages 5 to 11
- Fact Sheet: Pfizer vaccine for ages 12 and older
*As UHS receives additional vaccines, more clinic opportunities will be available.
UHS Chenango Memorial Hospital Vaccination Site
Appointments may be scheduled through any Primary or Specialty Care practice, or by calling the CMH Vaccine Line at (607) 337-4888.
UHS Chenango Memorial Moderna Booster Clinic
UHS Chenango Memorial Hospital will be hosting an upcoming vaccination clinic for eligible individuals looking to receive a booster or third dose of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine. The clinic will be held from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, November 13 in UHS Cardiology Norwich, located on the hospital’s first floor. For more information, click here.
How to replace a lost vaccination card/information from NYSDOH
There are three ways to retrieve vaccine information. Unfortunately the state does not replace vaccine cards.
1. You can try the Excelsior Pass online by entering vaccine information: https://epass.ny.gov/home
- If they cannot get your excelsior pass, they can use this contact info to put in a ticket:
- Please use this form if you require assistance for your Excelsior Pass. https://forms.ny.gov/s3/Record-Review-Request
- You can also reach out to the Excelsior Help Desk at 844-699-7277 from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily.
2. Send a message to the NYSIIS help desk and they can mail a vaccine record to a patient.
- The NYIIS link is not public, so please send an email to Covid19Vaccine@health.ny.gov and your request will be forwarded.
3. Your Primary Care provider can provide a copy of your vaccine records.
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