We are offering the COVID-19 vaccine to eligible patients based on state and federal guidelines, and as supplies allow. Please do not call us for a vaccine appointment. We are notifying patients individually when they can schedule. Create a MyChart account so we can notify you. Learn more about the COVID-19 vaccine.

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COVID-19 Vaccine

We have vaccination sites throughout New York City and on Long Island.

NYU Langone is now offering the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) vaccine to eligible patients, based on guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the New York State Department of Health—as well as our available supply of the vaccine. 

To learn more about COVID-19 vaccination and vaccine safety, read our COVID-19 vaccine information for patients.

COVID-19 Vaccine Scheduling 

We are notifying each of our patients individually when you can schedule your vaccination. This is based on both your eligibility and our available supply. We are closely monitoring state and federal guidelines for who is eligible. Please do not call your doctor’s office about scheduling your vaccination appointment, as they are not able to schedule these appointments. 

Patients will be notified by email or text message based on the contact information in your NYU Langone Health MyChart account. Please review your contact information and make sure it is up to date. 

You can also download the NYU Langone Health app now, so you can quickly and easily schedule your vaccination appointment when eligible.

If you are an NYU Langone patient and do not have a MyChart account, create your account now so you can schedule your appointment as soon as you receive a notification. 

NYU Langone Health App

Schedule your COVID-19 vaccination when eligible, access your medical records, and more by logging in to the NYU Langone Health app with your MyChart account.

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Vaccinations are being given at several NYU Langone locations across Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, and Long Island. You will be able to choose the location and time that is most convenient for you. 

Important Vaccine Information and Considerations

When we notify you that you are eligible to schedule your vaccination, we encourage you to schedule your appointment as soon as possible, as availability is limited. You will need to receive two doses of the vaccine for it to be effective. We receive different COVID-19 vaccines from different companies. You will not be able to choose the vaccine you receive, and we will not be able to tell you the vaccine in advance.

Most people can directly schedule once you receive the MyChart or text notification. However, if any of these categories apply to you, we ask that you first contact your doctor before making an appointment.

  • you had an allergic reaction to a vaccine in the past
  • you are pregnant or thinking of becoming pregnant
  • you have a condition that affects your immune system
  • you have been treated with COVID-19 monoclonal antibody infusions or intravenous immunoglobulin (IVIG) in the past 90 days
  • you are getting radiation therapy or taking medications that affect your immune system

Please do not schedule a vaccination or come to NYU Langone to be vaccinated if you have any of the following:

  • currently feeling sick
  • have been told by the New York State Department of Health to quarantine or had a positive COVID-19 test in the past 10 days
  • were diagnosed with COVID-19 and treated with COVID-19 convalescent serum within the past 90 days
  • had any vaccine in the past 14 days

After you complete your first vaccination, you will need to schedule your second vaccination through MyChart. You will be able to schedule the second vaccination between three and four weeks after your first dose, depending on the vaccine you received.

Understanding the COVID-19 Vaccine

The CDC provides detailed information about the COVID-19 vaccine, and NYU Langone also provides vaccine information for patients

If you have specific questions about the vaccine related to your health, please contact your NYU Langone provider.