COVID-19 Vaccination Locations
UPDATED: February 1, 2021
The FAFP has been in contact with hospitals and other sources throughout the state attempting to find vaccination locations for family physicians who are not affiliated with a hospital or health system. Please use the following information to help facilitate vaccinations with the understanding the situation is extremely fluid and circumstances/availability may change without notice due to limited supplies.
COVID-19 Vaccine Access by Region
Florida Department of Health Vaccine Locator by County
Link to MyVaccine - register for updates to when you will be eligible for the vaccine.
The North Florida Regional Medical Center (NFRMC) are inviting you to receive a COVID-19 vaccine. This invitation extends to the healthcare workers in your practice. CLICK HERE for more details.
To access vaccines through the Alachua County Department of Health, please call 352-334-8810.
The Florida Department of Health and Florida Division of Emergency Management partnered with Broward Health to launch a new COVID-19 vaccinate site at Inter Miami CF Stadium at Lockhart Park in Fort Lauderdale. The site will be open Monday through Friday. CLICK HERE for more details.
Fort Lauderdale: Broward Health (CLICK HERE) offers vaccines to ALL physicians and their staff not affiliated with a hospital. Please call 866-201-6313 to make an appointment.
Broward DoH has various sites (parks, etc) where the vaccines are administered – all are appointment-only and will be given to the Pt during scheduling
Broward Health Website : https://www.browardhealth.org/pages/being-healthy-vaccine
Memorial Health Website : https://mychart.mhs.net/mychart/Authentication/Login?
Cleveland Clinic Weston : Prefer eligible patients (who are already established with CCF) to schedule via MyChart (https://my.clevelandclinic.org/online-services/mychart) but can also call 954-659-5950
City of Lauderhill : As of today, Lauderhill residents only can visit lauderhill-fl.gov/covid19 to schedule an appt at John Mullins Park 2000 Northwest 55 Avenue (site open 9AM to 6PM)
Florida Division of Emergency Management (FDEM) and Florida Department of Health (FDOH) have partnered with Publix Supermarkets to establish COVID-19 vaccination sites, which will include three in Citrus County. CLICK HERE for more details.
Ft. Myers/Lee County:
For the Lee Health ReadySet program, community providers can sign up for the Pfizer and/or Moderna vaccine using this website, https://leehealth.readysetsecure.com/rs/ . For first time provider users, the access code is 3410. It is highly suggested that you call 239-343-0486 for appointment times after you complete your application. Medical practices in Lee County may now contact Lee Health to schedule vaccinations at their clinic site or request a supply of vaccines to be administered in your office. CLICK HERE for more details.
Florida Division of Emergency Management (FDEM) and Florida Department of Health (FDOH) have partnered with Publix Supermarkets to establish COVID-19 vaccination sites, which will include 11 in Hernando County. CLICK HERE for more details.
Appointments are required to be vaccinated at the Leon County Health Department. o contact the Leon County Health Department call 1-866-779-6121 or visit the Leon County Health Department website by clicking here. CLICK HERE for more details.
Florida Division of Emergency Management (FDEM) and Florida Department of Health (FDOH) have partnered with Publix Supermarkets to establish COVID-19 vaccination sites, which will include eight in Marion County. CLICK HERE for more details.
Gov. Ron DeSantis spoke at Hard Rock Stadium Wednesday afternoon, at which time he announced that a “soft opening” has begun to partially covert the testing site into a vaccination site. DeSantis said two drive-through lanes are currently being used to provide COVID-19 vaccines to those 65 and older, and that will soon expand. The location, which is the first state-supported vaccination and testing site, will fully open for vaccinations on Friday and an announcement on how to register to make an appointment will be made ahead of that date. Appointments will be available to seniors and frontline healthcare workers.
Miami-Dade is planning to launch a website and phone system “soon” that will allow people 65+ to pre-register for a COVID-19 vaccine appointment at county-run sites including Tropical Park and Zoo Miami.
MDC DoH Website : https://www.miamidade.gov/global/initiatives/coronavirus/vaccine/home.page (a)To make it easier for Senior 65+, MDC has now created a phone number to call to schedule : 305-614-2014 – online appts can still be made at aforementioned URL
Jackson Health System : https://jacksonhealth.org/keeping-you-safe/
Hard Rock Stadium : 1-888-499-0840
Mt. Sinai is no longer providing 1st dose vaccination appointments
MDC has been reaching out to homebound seniors Age 65+ to provide in-home vaccinations – the county itself is reaching out to these Pts (since Jan 4th)
Jackson Memorial will begin providing vaccinations “soon” – criteria = must have seen a Jackson Provider in the last year + Age 55+ (invite only!)
There are also the following phone #s where Pts can call to pre-register for the vaccine. Pts will be notified once slots are open just as with the aforementioned website:
Vaccinations through the DoH are not yet available : http://monroe.floridahealth.gov/programs-and-services/community-partners/covidvaccine.html
The State of Florida has opened a vaccine site for healthcare workers (must show work identification) and those over 65 years of age at Regency Mall near the old Sears entrance. Vaccinations are by appointment only. Call 1-866-200-3762.
Baptist Health and the Northeast Florida Pediatric Society are working together on efforts to vaccinate the pediatric practices in our community. If you're a pediatric healthcare provider not affiliated with a hospital and would like your office staff to receive the vaccine, please email email@example.com with a contact name and how many are in your office. From there you will receive further instructions for scheduling.
Appointments can be made by calling 904-253-1140. Calls for appointments can be made between 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. each weekday. The vaccines will be given at the Prime Osborn Convention Center. Source: Duval County Health Department
Providers can go to vaccine.orlandohealth.com to register for the vaccine and more details are available at https://www.orlandohealth.com/covid-19/vaccine.
AdventHealth will open its first community COVID-19 vaccine site for seniors and health care workers at a location adjacent to the Orlando International Airport. CLICK HERE for more details.
Baycare is now scheduling community physicians. CLICK HERE for locations and phone numbers.
Palm Beach County:
New appointments for vaccinations are currently not available through the PB DoH : http://palmbeach.floridahealth.gov/about-us/important-notices.html.
Gov DeSantis has mentioned that Publix will be the sole provider of COVID-19 vaccines in Palm Beach County – no definitive date on when this is to begin.
Healthcare professionals can schedule a Moderna COVID-19 vaccine at Bayfront Health St. Petersburg by visiting https://vaccine.bayfrontstpete.com. Appointments are available on a first-come basis. No walk-ups will be accepted. CLICK HERE for more details.
Tampa Bay Area:
Appointments can be made by calling the medical staff office of the nearest BayCare hospital where appointments are being scheduled at different locations set up to provide vaccinations. Source: BayCare leadership
Halifax Health Team have completed distribution of the most recent COVID-19 vaccine supply. They will be having people 65 years and older returning today with the number they were given this morning as an effort to provide vaccines without a large waiting group. Each of those numbers is attached to a remaining dose. This does not mean they have vaccine supply for additional community members or Team Members at the present time. There is not an exact date on when additional vaccines will be available to the public or Team Members. They will update you as information and vaccines become available. They are in the process of building a reservation site for Community Vaccination Clinics which will vaccinate the 65+ community first. They will update the community at www.halifaxhealth.org
Veterans who are meet the eligibility criteria and who are active patients at a VA Center, can receive the vaccine by walking into the following centers OR calling 305-575-7000 to schedule an appt.
Veterans who are patients at the Flager St VA Clinic and/or the Homestead VA Clinic can go to Bruce W. Carter VA Medical Center, located at 1201 NW 16th St, Miami FL 33125 between the hours of 8 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Veterans who are patients at the Hollywood VA Clinic, Pembroke Pines VA Clinic and/or Deerfield VA Clinic can go to William “Bill” Kling VA Clinic, located at 9800 W Commercial Blvd, Sunrise FL 33351 between the hours of 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Veterans who are patients in Monroe County VA Clinics, should call their Clinical Team for information/appointments.
Appointments must be made online at https://www.publix.com/covid-vaccine/florida
Locations can be found at : https://www.publix.com/covid-vaccine/assets/publix-pharmacy-covid-19-vaccine-fl-store-list.pdf
There are 2 locations in Monroe County and 67 locations in Palm Beach County (subject to change soon)
Publix has previously announced that they are not planning on providing vaccinations in Broward and MD Counties due to the “abundance” of other health systems, etc that are providing / will be providing them