Pfizer First-dose Vaccine Clinic

First Dose Pfizer Vaccine Clinic for NJ RESIDENTS 12 YEARS OF AGE AND OLDER

APPOINTMENTS AVAILABLE; WALK-INS ACCEPTED

Upcoming vaccine clinics to be held in Saint Peter's Sister Marie de Pazzi Conference Center (just inside the hospital's main lobby)

Tuesday, September 28 from 4-6 PM

Walk-in are welcome, but to schedule an appointment, visit https://www.zocdoc.com/vaccine. Second-dose vaccines will be scheduled at the time of the first-dose vaccine. Individuals are required to wear a mask.

A parent or legal guardian must accompany children less than 18 years of age. Parents of minors must bring a government-issued form of identification.

SPECIAL NOTE: Saint Peter's child life specialists are available to assist anyone 12-18 who may need a sensory-friendly environment when receiving the Pfizer COVID vaccine. If your child has sensory issues and/or is anxious or fearful of injections, our child life team can offer support through coping skills and distraction techniques.

Please call 732-339-7909 with questions or if a child needs assistance in receiving the Pfizer vaccine.

Contact Information
  1. 732-339-7909
Tue, September 28
4:00 pm — 6:00 pm
Add to My Calendar 09/28/2021 4:00pm 09/28/2021 6:00pm America/New_York Pfizer First-dose Vaccine Clinic

First Dose Pfizer Vaccine Clinic for NJ RESIDENTS 12 YEARS OF AGE AND OLDER

APPOINTMENTS AVAILABLE; WALK-INS ACCEPTED

Upcoming vaccine clinics to be held in Saint Peter's Sister Marie de Pazzi Conference Center (just inside the hospital's main lobby)

Tuesday, September 28 from 4-6 PM

Walk-in are welcome, but to schedule an appointment, visit https://www.zocdoc.com/vaccine.

254 Easton Avenue New Brusnwick, NJ 08901

Saint Peter's University Hospital

254 Easton Avenue
New Brusnwick, NJ 08901

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