COVID-19 Vaccine Information for NJ Health Care Providers and Practices Interested in Administering the Vaccine


COVID-19 vaccines are available now in New Jersey for certain qualified recipients, including healthcare workers and staff. Where can healthcare personnel get vaccinated?

New Jersey is developing an extensive network of vaccination sites that will be open to all healthcare workers. By early January, the vaccination sites network will include acute care hospitals, large state coordinated mega sites, county/local sites, retail pharmacies and other medical locations.

At this time NJDOH is not able to arrange for all groups to receive distributions directly, so healthcare personnel may need to go off-site to be vaccinated. Hospital workers and volunteers will have an opportunity to receive the vaccine at the hospital where they work or volunteer. All other healthcare workers and volunteers, including those outside of hospitals and long-term care, will be able to receive the vaccine through other vaccination sites at pharmacies, urgent care centers, federally qualified health centers, hospitals, local health departments, other state- and county-run sites, and other medical clinics.

Click below to view locations available for healthcare workers to make an appointment to receive a vaccine:


Practices interested in eventually offering and administering the COVID-19 vaccine to your patients need to be registered with NJIIS.


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