COVID-19 vaccine community clinics
Latest Update – March 18, 2021
Luminis Health is excited to expand access to the COVID-19 vaccine. Thank you for your patience and for helping us prioritize care for our community.
We ask that you complete a vaccine interest form to let us know you want to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. This form does not reserve an appointment. We will email you with a registration link when an appointment is available.
If you are eligible for a vaccine and unable to complete your registration online, please call 443-481-6852.
We appreciate your patience as we work quickly to provide vaccinations to our community.
In the meantime, here’s what you should know about vaccination with Luminis Health:
- Registration appointments will be based on the limited supply of vaccines available.
- Upcoming vaccines will be given by appointment only and walk in vaccinations will not be available.
- At this time, we are prioritizing vaccines for Prince George’s and Anne Arundel county residents.
- Filling out our vaccination interest form is the best way to ensure direct communications about your vaccination status. Please do not contact individual Luminis Health hospitals, departments or physician practices about your vaccination registration status.
- Please know that we will require identification for vaccination.
- We will only vaccinate those in an eligible phase.
Luminis Health COVID-19 vaccine call center
Monday – Friday, 8:30 am – 7 pm
Saturday – Sunday, 8:30 am – 5 pm
Our call center can assist with the following:
- Helping answer frequently asked questions about our vaccine interest form and registration process.
- Registering those who are eligible to receive the vaccine, but unable to register online.
- Navigating scheduling, rescheduling or cancelling once you have received a notification to register.
Please only use the phone line if you are eligible for a vaccine and are unable to register online or have received a notification to register. This will allow those who are most in need to reach our team.
To report side effects, please use v-safe through Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). If you believe you’re having unanticipated side effects that are cause for concern or you are having trouble managing your side effects, please seek medical care.
State of Maryland vaccine phases
We are in Phase 3
- Healthcare workers.
- Residents and staff of nursing homes.
- First responders, public safety, corrections.
- Individuals ages 75 and over. Marylanders ages 75 and over will receive priority for COVID-19 vaccine over all other groups in Phase 1B.
- Individuals of any age in assisted living, independent living, behavioral health and developmentally disabled group homes, and other congregate facilities.
- K-12 teachers and support staff.
- Childcare providers.
- Employees needed for continuity of government.
- Individuals age 65-74.
- Essential workers in lab services, agriculture, manufacturing, postal service, etc.
- People in critical, essential infrastructure roles.
- People at moderately higher risk of severe COVID-19 illness
- All Marylanders 16+