Updated June 25, 2021
We are temporarily not scheduling any “first doses” of Pfizer COVID-19 vaccines or any other brands of COVID-19 vaccines at this time.
If you have an appointment for your second dose of the Pfizer vaccine, we look forward to seeing you at your scheduled date and time.
We will provide additional dates for vaccination clinics soon so please check back here for updates.
While our vaccine clinics are open for walk-ins, appointments are appreciated and can be scheduled by calling 215-453-4100 to schedule. If you have signed up for the Grand View Health patient portal, you can schedule a time for your vaccine online by logging into your www.MyGVH.org account.
The type of vaccine offered at Grand View Health clinics varies each week based on demand from the community. We currently offer the Pfizer BioNtech vaccine, which requires two-shots administered three weeks apart and the Johnson & Johnson vaccine which is one-shot only. These vaccines are available on a rotating basis. Please check the schedule carefully to confirm that the vaccine we are offering on a given date is the vaccine that best suits your needs. Only one vaccine brand is offered at each clinic.
The FDA has approved Pfizer and BioNTech’s request to allow their COVID-19 vaccine to be given to individuals over the age of 12 on an emergency use basis.
This is a two-shot COVID-19 vaccine and is the only vaccine approved for individuals 12 and older. Individuals receiving the Pfizer vaccine at Grand View Health will receive an appointment for a second shot three weeks after receiving their first shot.
Additional vaccine clinics will be scheduled based on demand. Check back regularly for the latest information on dates and times as we update our schedule weekly. Please check www.gvh.org/covid-vaccine or follow us on Facebook or Instagram for updates.
When you received a COVID-19 vaccination, you received a card documenting the type of vaccination and date(s) you received your shot(s).
While we can’t replace a lost or misplaced COVID-19 vaccine card, you can access proof of vaccination online if you got a vaccine through Grand View Health.
The www.MyGVH.org patient portal allows you to view your vaccine verification or print it out. Here’s how to access it:
From a web browser:
From a mobile device:
You’ll see your certificate on screen for you to print, download or scan.
If you don’t have a portal account, please complete the form below.
If you forgot your www.MyGVH.org password and need to reset it, please call 215-453-4850 Monday – Friday between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m.