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To help protect you and our citizens, Lehigh Valley Health Network (LVHN) is making it easy for you to receive a free COVID-19 vaccination quickly.

MyLVHN is your path to vaccination

We are currently vaccinating first responders, including firefighters, police, National Guard and protective services personnel. Take three easy steps to schedule your appointment.

At this time, LVHN is only scheduling vaccination for individuals age 18 and older. If you have had a vaccine in the last 14 days, you should delay your COVID-19 vaccination. You should not receive another vaccine 14 days prior to or after your COVID-19 vaccination.

All essential workers must show their corporate ID card at their appointment. If your ID does not include a photo, you’ll be required to show a government-issued photo ID as well. If your organization does not issue ID cards, a letter printed on corporate letterhead outlining your position along with a government-issued photo ID will suffice.

 

  1. Log into MyLVHN
    The easiest and fastest way to schedule a vaccination is through LVHN’s patient portal, MyLVHN. Those who do not have a MyLVHN account can create one at MyLVHN.org. You do not need to be a current patient of LVHN, LVPG or Coordinated Health to open a MyLVHN account.

    Sign Up For MyLVHN

    Sign Into MyLVHN

    Need help setting up a MyLVHN account? Call 888-402-LVHN (5846)
  1. Click “Menu”
    MyLVHN "Menu"
  2. Complete the “COVID-19 Essential Worker Questionnaire”
    Complete the “COVID-19 Essential Worker Questionnaire”

Once you complete the form, you will be notified within TWO HOURS or less when you can schedule the date and location of your vaccination in MyLVHN.

Your appointment guarantees you will receive a vaccine. You can choose to receive vaccination at any of these locations: Lehigh Valley Hospital (LVH)–Cedar Crest, LVH–Muhlenberg, LVH–Hazleton, LVH–Schuylkill E. Norwegian Street and LVH–Pocono.

You also can schedule an appointment by calling 833-584-6283 (833-LVHN-CVD).

How does LVHN determine who is eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine?

Vaccine supply is limited in the early stage of distribution. LVHN is following guidelines from the National Academy of Medicine, a branch of the CDC called Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP), and Pennsylvania’s Department of Health to draft the priorities — one set for health care colleagues and another set for patients. As a first responder, you are in phase 1b of the Pennsylvania Department of Health’s phased approach to vaccination. LVHN is continuing to vaccinate health care workers and other groups listed in Phase 1A of the state's plan.