COVID-19 Vaccine Information

Learn about eligibility, how to make an appointment, and other information about vaccines

COVID-19 Vaccine Information

Learn about eligibility, how to make an appointment, and other information about vaccines

Provider putting a band aid on the arm of a boy who just received a COVID vaccine

    How to make a COVID-19 vaccine appointment

    UW Medicine follows Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) vaccine administration guidelines. We will not administer vaccines outside of these guidelines.

    Schedule your vaccine appointment.

    Primary Series and Boosters

    UW Medicine provides the bivalent primary and booster doses from Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna. You do not need to be a current UW Medicine patient to receive a vaccine.

    For the latest information of vaccines and boosters, visit

    Note: Not all shots are available at all locations.

    COVID-19 vaccine locations

    Vaccine appointments are available at our clinics throughout the region. Not all vaccine types are available at all locations. 

    * Offers vaccination appointments for children 6 months to 5-years-old

    • Ballard
    • Federal Way
    • Issaquah
    • Northgate
    • South Lake Union
    • Belltown
    • First Hill*
    • Kent-Des Moines*
    • Ravenna
    • University District*
    • Factoria
    • Fremont
    • Lake Forest Park
    • Shoreline*
    • Woodinville

    Parking fees may apply based on clinic location and duration of appointment.

    Questions or concerns after getting vaccinated

    If you are experiencing a life-threatening allergic reaction to the vaccine, call 911.

    For any other questions about vaccine symptoms, please call your primary care provider.

    If you do not have a primary care provider, UW Medicine has primary care locations across the Puget Sound.


    How and where do I book a COVID-19 vaccine appointment?

    We offer vaccine appointments throughout the region. You may you may schedule a bivalent booster by calling 844.520.8700 or using this link to book:

    What if I need to reschedule or cancel my COVID-19 vaccine appointment?

    You may reschedule or cancel your COVID-19 vaccine appointment through MyChart. Instructions for doing both can be found on the “Visits” page within MyChart. You may also reschedule your appointment by phone, or cancel it by phone or text, by responding to one of the reminders you will receive from us as your appointment nears.

    How do I confirm the day and time of my scheduled COVID-19 vaccine appointment?

    To confirm your COVID-19 vaccine appointment day and time, you will receive an email at the time of scheduling with appointment details. You may also check the day and time of your appointment in MyChart. As your appointment nears, you will receive a reminder message by phone or text.

    Booster eligibility

    Who is eligible for their COVID-19 bivalent (fall) booster dose?

    For the latest guidance COVID vaccine eligibility visit the CDC’s website.

    Are boosters available for all COVID-19 vaccines? Does my booster need to be the same vaccine as the one I received for my initial series?

    For the latest guidance COVID boosters, visit the CDC’s website.

    For information about how the vaccines work, different types of vaccines, safety, effectiveness, and other information, please visit the CDC’s COVID vaccine page:

    Vaccine records

    Can I add a record of my COVID-19 vaccine to MyChart if I received it outside the UW Medicine system?

    If you received your COVID-19 vaccine outside of the UW Medicine system, you can add a record of it to MyChart by sending a photo of your vaccine card to your provider through MyChart or by bringing your vaccine card to your next appointment with a UW Medicine provider. If you received your vaccination through UW Medicine, a record of your vaccination will be added automatically to our system.

    How do I verify my COVID-19 vaccination status with the State of Washington?

    You may confirm your vaccination status by calling the state’s vaccine hotline at 1.833.VAX.HELP. You can also access your family’s immunization information online at under: Find immunization information.

    How do I correct my COVID-19 vaccination records in the Washington State Immunization Information System (WAIIS)?

    You may do this in one of three ways. If you were vaccinated by a healthcare provider, you should contact the provider’s office to have your immunization record verified and corrected. If you were vaccinated at a site that remains open, you can return to that site and request a correction from the clinic supervisor. If the site where you were vaccinated is now closed, you can email to request assistance.

    What do I do if I lost my COVID-19 vaccine card or need proof of my vaccination status?

    If you lost your vaccine card or need to prove your vaccine status and you were vaccinated through UW Medicine, you may confirm your vaccination status in one of the following ways:

    1. Log into MyChart and print out this information from your MyChart home page,
    2. Contact the UW Medicine Health Records department and request a copy,
    3. Request your care team print out your immunization history during your next clinic appointment or visit
    4. Call the state’s vaccine hotline at 1.833.VAX.HELP or access your family’s immunization information online at under: Find immunization information.

    You can also get a digital copy of your COVID-19 vaccination record at: