Loma Linda University Health is working with San Bernardino County in following a phased approach to provide the COVID-19 vaccine to our community. View the current county tier guidelines for details.

By scheduling an appointment, you certify that you meet guidelines for Phase 1A (you're at least 65 years old or in tier 1, 2 or 3) or Phase 1B (tier 1 – fire, police, education and childcare only).  You also certify that you live or work in San Bernardino County or are a Loma Linda University Health patient.  

Upon arrival to your appointment, you will be required to show proof of residence or employment within San Bernardino County. We will not be able to administer a vaccine without this documentation, unless you are a Loma Linda University Health patient.

View Available Appointments

Appointments are required to receive a vaccine. You may only schedule a first dose appointment. Second dose appointments can only be made by staff at your first dose and will be canceled if scheduled online. Please check back often as more appointments are added during weekday business hours. We cannot accept walk-ins due to limited vaccine supplies.

Vaccination Locations

You can choose one of the following locations when scheduling, depending on availability.

While vaccine supplies remain limited, it is important to continue following all safety guidelines, including social distancing, hand-washing and wearing a mask. This will help keep you and our community safe.

Frequently Asked Questions

What if no appointments are available?

We encourage you to check back often as new appointments are added during weekday business hours. Appointments will become available as we receive vaccines from San Bernardino County.

Do I need to be a current Loma Linda University Health patient to schedule an appointment?

No, you do not need to be a current patient to schedule an appointment. You will be prompted to create a MyChart (our patient portal) account during the scheduling process. Creating a MyChart account will allow easier check-in when receiving your vaccine. Please create a MyChart account when asked to do so during the scheduling process (use the activation code in your appointment confirmation email).

How and when do I schedule my second dose appointment?

Our staff will schedule your second dose appointment when you receive your first dose. Please do not schedule a second dose appointment online as it will be canceled. If you need to reschedule your second dose appointment, please use MyChart.

We are following the protocols for scheduling second dose appointments that have been approved by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The guidelines state you should receive your second dose after the 21st day and up to six weeks for the Pfizer-BioNtech vaccine and after the 28th day and up to six weeks for the Moderna vaccine. All second dose appointments will be scheduled in that timeframe.

Can I add my name to a vaccine waiting list?

No, there is not currently a waitlist for vaccination. Check this webpage often for any updates.

What if I do not live or work in San Bernardino County?

You must both meet current county tier guidelines and live or work in San Bernardino County to be eligible for a vaccine. However, Loma Linda University Health patients who meet current tier guidelines do not need to live or work in the county to receive a vaccine at our facilities.

If you're not a patient here and do not work or live in San Bernardino County, please check with your local public health office for vaccine locations in your community.

What happens before, during and after my vaccination?

Before
During
  • Follow mask and social distancing guidelines.
  • Receive a vaccination card with important info about your vaccine.
  • Your second dose appointment will be scheduled by our staff after you receive your first dose. 
After
  • Stay for 15 minutes after receiving the vaccine in case you have a reaction (30 minutes if you've previously had a severe vaccine reaction or anaphylaxis).
  • Be prepared for common mild side effects — talk to your doctor if your reaction is more serious. Report your side effects using the CDC’s V-safe app.
  • Go to your second vaccine dose appointment. Use MyChart to view your appointment or reschedule.

Which vaccine will I get?

Currently, we are receiving both the Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna vaccine from San Bernardino County based on availability. When you arrive for your appointment, clinical staff will indicate which brand of vaccine you are receiving and ensure you are scheduled with an appointment for the second dose of the same brand. 

How do I cancel or reschedule my appointment?

If you need to cancel or change your appointment, you can do it directly through your MyChart account.

How much will the vaccine cost? Is it covered by insurance?

COVID-19 vaccines have no out-of-pocket cost. We will collect your insurance information to cover any administrative costs.

If you don’t have insurance, you will still be able to receive a vaccine.

I’m not in the current priority group, when can I get a vaccine?

We can’t say for sure when your group will be eligible for vaccination. We’ll continue to offer vaccines to more groups over the coming months, according to county distribution guidelines. Please check back often for updates on which priority groups are currently receiving vaccines at our facilities.