Doylestown Health vaccine appointments
We currently do not have any vaccine appointments available. Please check back next week.
Patients who have received care from any Doylestown Health physician (primary care and/or specialist) are automatically preregistered through the health system’s electronic medical record and prioritized based on their highest risk medical conditions. This is an effective and efficient method to identify the most vulnerable. As with the public offering, allocation of vaccine varies week-to-week. Patients will be contacted at the appropriate time to schedule their appointment.
The supply of COVID-19 vaccine continues to be severely limited in our region. Vaccine allocations are determined by the Pennsylvania Department of Health and vary week-to-week, with only a few days notice provided.
Additional public reservations for first doses will open in the near future.
Individuals who meet 1A criteria have two options to schedule a vaccination appointment:
8 am to 4 pm, Monday through Friday
8 am to 12 pm, Saturday
Healthcare workers interested in vaccine please fill out form.
Supply of the vaccine continues to be very limited. Doylestown Health, as with other vaccinators, are allocated vaccine by the state Department of Health. The amount of vaccine Doylestown Health receives often varies and determines the number of doses available each week.
Doylestown Health continues to prioritize and deliver vaccine to the most vulnerable members of our community (1A criteria) in a variety of ways:
- Doylestown Health also provides vaccines to underserved communities not affiliated with the health system, such as Grundy Hall in Doylestown, a county housing authority facility; patients of the Ann Silverman Community Health Clinic, a free-clinic for the uninsured supported in part by Doylestown Hospital, and similar facilities. Additionally, Doylestown Health provided vaccine to Christ’s Home in Warminster, an unaffiliated senior community.
- Doylestown Health has already vaccinated more than 6,000 healthcare workers; more than 60% are healthcare workers not affiliated with the health system.
- Additionally, Doylestown Health accepts requests for vaccination from physicians not associated with the health system for their patients in the high-risk category. Those patients receive invitations to schedule appointments based on clinical appropriateness.
All of these efforts are designed to meet the overwhelming demand for vaccine when it is still a very limited resource, and to prioritize the most vulnerable.
To date, Doylestown Health administered more vaccines (in excess of 16,000 doses) than any other organization in Bucks County. The use of the health system’s electronic medical record is the most efficient and accurate method to identify, prioritize and reach out to the most vulnerable. However, the number of available appointments varies and is dependent on the amount of weekly allocations provided by the Pennsylvania Department of Health.