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How to Get the Vaccine at Temple Health

Temple Health is offering vaccinations to anyone who lives or works in Philadelphia, age 12 and over. Vaccinations are available at:

  • Temple University Hospital – Main Campus (Student Faculty Center) at 3340 N. Broad Street, Philadelphia, PA 19140
  • Temple University Hospital – Jeanes Campus (outside main hospital building across from Emergency Room) at 7600 Central Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19111

We are accepting walk-ins at both locations from 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM, Monday - Friday. You can also request a vaccine appointment by calling 215-707-6999 or completing this registration form.

Temple Health is also offering vaccines to all Pennsylvania residents outside of Philadelphia, age 18 and over. The vaccination site is located at:

  • Temple Health Ft. Washington at 515 Pennsylvania Avenue, Suite A, Ft. Washington, PA 19034 — Walk-ins accepted at this location from 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM, Monday to Friday.

Register for a vaccine appointment at one of these locations by calling 215-707-6999 or completing this registration form.

Transportation Resources

Septa Key cardThanks to the City of Philadelphia, FREE SEPTA Transit Passes are available for rides to and from the Temple University Hospital - Main Campus Vaccine Clinic.

The City of Philadelphia has provided Temple with free SEPTA transit passes to help you get to and from your vaccine appointment. Simply ask for your transit passes once you arrive at the clinic. Temple can provide up to 4 transit passes for trips to and from the Temple University Hospital - Main Campus vaccine site for your first and second dose.

Other Vaccine Locations Around Philadelphia

North Philadelphia Community Clinics

Temple Health, Temple University, and the Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University are working closely with community organizations and local churches in the North Philadelphia area to offer vaccine clinics for community members. These clinics will be located directly at these community sites and churches in order to provide convenient, easily accessible options for their members and local residents.

Leaders at these local organizations will reach out directly to members to provide information on where and when they can receive vaccines. Check back soon for a list of these organizations.

City-Run Mass Vaccine Clinics

To reach more neighborhoods, the City of Philadelphia has launched mass vaccine clinics for Philadelphia residents. Learn more and register for an appointment.

Local Pharmacies and Vaccine Clinics

The federal government is also distributing more vaccines to local pharmacies and vaccination sites. Visit vaccinefinder.org/search to see if there is an open clinic near you and register for an appointment.

The Black Doctors COVID-19 Consortium is also running vaccination clinics around Philadelphia. Visit their website for more information.

Independence Blue Cross and vybe urgent care have opened a COVID vaccine clinic at Independence Live, 1919 Market Street, for Philadelphia residents. Learn about scheduling an appointment.

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Page last updated May 11, 2021.