COVID-19 Vaccines

Here you’ll find timely information about vaccine availability, FAQs about safety and more. Everyone with a MyLVHN account is preregistered for a vaccine. You'll receive a notification when you are eligible and can schedule. When it’s your turn and supply allows, you can schedule through MyLVHN or by calling 833-584-6283 (833-LVHN-CVD).

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On this page you’ll find information about COVID-19 vaccines, including details about supply and distribution. To read answers to frequently asked questions about COVID-19 vaccines, click below.

Vaccine FAQs 

This page was last updated on 3/5/2021 at 4:01 PM.

Vaccine Appointments Are Currently Filled

We regret that there are currently no available COVID-19 vaccination appointments at LVHN. Additional appointments will be made available as we receive more vaccine from the state of Pennsylvania. Currently, patients in Pennsylvania’s Phase 1A are eligible to get vaccinated. LVHN typically receives vaccine shipments on Tuesdays when supply is available. Check back regularly to see if more appointments are available.

 

How to get your shot

Although the vaccine supply distributed by the state of Pennsylvania is limited, LVHN is committed to administering the vaccine as quickly as possible to those who are eligible at the time. LVHN will cover all costs. The LVHN plan for administering COVID-19 vaccines is determined by the Pennsylvania Department of Health’s phased approach to vaccination.

There may be times when LVHN does not have the supply needed to schedule COVID-19 vaccination appointments. This page will be updated regularly to let you know when vaccination appointments are and are not available. 
The best thing you can do to preregister for vaccination is to create a MyLVHN account. You'll be notified when you are eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine and can schedule your vaccine appointment on MyLVHN.

 

How to sign up for MyLVHN

 

When supply and appointments are available, we schedule these groups:

Learn about vaccination for these groups and the general public below. All essential workers must show their corporate ID card at their appointment.

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.

 

How to schedule your appointment

 

How to Vaccinate the Most People Now

LVHN President and CEO Dr. Brian Nester says Pennsylvania’s health systems such as LVHN are the fastest and best way to vaccinate the most people while supplies are limited. 

 

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