COVID-19 Vaccine

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Where to Get the Vaccine

At Einstein
Einstein is now providing vaccines to those who meet the city's criteria for vaccination on its Philadelphia campus and at Enon Tabernacle Baptist Church. Vaccinations at both sites are by appointment only. We are planning to add more locations. Please check this page for updates.

To request an appointment at either site please call our vaccine hotline at 215-456-8088. The hotline is open Monday - Friday from 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Please note we will do our best to answer as many calls as possible, as volume is often heavy. We thank you in advance for your understanding.

  • Our vaccination site on the Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia campus is located at 1325 Tabor Road. It is open by appointment only on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday (8 a.m. - 6 p.m.) and Saturday (9 a.m. - 5 p.m.) Walk-ins are not permitted. You must meet the city's criteria to be vaccinated in Philadelphia. 
  • The Einstein vaccine site at Enon Tabernacle Baptist Church is currently providing vaccines to residents of Philadelphia who meet the city's criteria. Vaccines will be provided every Tuesday 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. by appointment only, providing vaccine is supplied by the city. The site is located at 2800 W. Cheltenham AvenueWalk-ins are not permitted. To request an appointment visit the city's vaccine registration site or call our hotline at 215-456-8088.
  • Einstein Medical Center Montgomery will not be offering vaccines directly to the public. Montgomery County residents should visit the Montgomery County website to learn more about how to receive the vaccine.
  • Visit the Pennsylvania Department of Health website or the Montgomery County website for the latest on the vaccine rollout, including lists of vaccination sites as they become available.

Non-Affiliated Healthcare Workers: We are working hard to implement the order of the Secretary of the Pennsylvania Department of Health directing certain Pennsylvania hospitals to allocate 10% of their vaccine supplies to non-hospital-affiliated health care workers. Learn more.

Where Else to Look
Philadelphia and the Surrounding Counties all have websites where you can register to receive the vaccine:

Who Is Currently Eligible to Be Vaccinated

Check out the vaccine rollout plan from the Pennsylvania Department of Health to see when you will be eligible to receive the vaccine. 

Information About the Vaccine

The chart below provides what you need to know about the three vaccines currently approved for use by the FDA. All of the currently available vaccines are highly effective, and you can feel safe with whichever one you receive. 

More Resources


#IGotTheShot: Share why you got vaccinated

Share your motivations for rolling up your sleeves and getting vaccinated against COVID-19. Download our #IGotTheShot sign, fill it out, take a picture with it, and share with your community online. Remember to us at @EinsteinHealth! Download the signs here:

#IGotTheShot Sign (English) (PDF)

#IGotTheShot Sign (Español) (PDF)

Vaccine Dedication Wall

As Einstein staff members lined up to receive the COVID-19 vaccine, many filled out signs declaring why they were getting vaccinated. For family, friends, colleagues, grandparents they hadn't seen in months - the list was long. One person put their sign on the wall at the vaccine center. Then another. Then another. You can see parts of the wall below. Just mouse or hover over the plus signs to read the messages and click on the video play arrows to watch short video diaries from staff. Then make an appointment to get the shot. 


As a reminder, it’s important to continue practicing COVID-19 safety precautions, including mask wearing, social distancing and hand washing. But, it’s just as important to see your healthcare provider if you’re not feeling well and to continue to get your annual check-ups and screenings. We offer both in-person and virtual visits. Find your physician in our directory to make an appointment

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