COVID-19 Community Vaccinations

COVID-19 vaccine community clinics

Clinic information

Latest Update – May 4, 2021

Luminis Health is excited to expand access to the COVID-19 vaccine. You can now self-schedule your vaccination appointment. We are also accepting limited walk-ins.

We will open appointments weekly and based on our supply from the State. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter for the most up to date information.

If you are unable to complete your registration online, please call 443-481-6852.

Learn more about the COVID-19 vaccine and our vaccination efforts at State information and additional vaccination sites can be found at

Here's what you should know about vaccination with Luminis Health:

  • You can find directions and parking information for our clinic locations on our vaccine information page as well as answers to frequently asked questions.
  • On the day of your appointment, bring identification that matches your registration name and address with you.
  • Walk into the vaccination clinic no more than five minutes before your appointment to help us maintain social distance.
  • Expect a 15-minute appointment, with a 15-minute wait time after. If you have a history of anaphylaxis you may be asked to wait 30 minutes.
  • Wear clothing that makes your arm easily accessible.
  • If you receive the Moderna or Pfizer vaccine, be prepared to schedule your second dose appointment. Know your availability for 3-4 weeks after your first dose appointment in order to schedule your second dose.
  • If you develop COVID-like symptoms (fever, sore throat, cough, etc.) before your appointment, we ask that you cancel. You should cancel through your confirmation email.
  • You can reschedule your appointment by calling the Luminis Health COVID-19 vaccine call center 443-481-6852.

Vaccine questions?

Luminis Health COVID-19 vaccine call center

Monday – Friday, 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.

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

Phase 1A

  • Healthcare workers.
  • Residents and staff of nursing homes.
  • First responders, public safety, corrections.

Phase 1B

  • 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.

Phase 1C

  • Individuals age 65-74.
  • Essential workers in lab services, agriculture, manufacturing, postal service, etc.

Phase 2

  • People in critical, essential infrastructure roles.
  • People at moderately higher risk of severe COVID-19 illness

Phase 3

  • All Marylanders 16+