Getting the Vaccine

Getting the vaccine at Luminis Health

When you get vaccinated, you make our community a safer place.

Protect yourself and those around you so we can defeat this virus that has taken so much from so many. Be part of the solution – get vaccinated – and let’s move forward together. It’s our best shot.

How do I sign up?

First, complete our vaccine interest form. We will then send out registration emails following the State’s cohort guidelines and as our vaccine supply allows. When you get a registration email from us, sign up!

Please note: we cannot guarantee our vaccine supply, so available appointments can change week by week. We will keep your completed interest form until we get enough vaccine doses to vaccinate everyone on our list. If you are able to get the vaccine faster somewhere else, please email COVIDvaccine@aahs.org and we will take your name off our interest list.

 

Where do I go? What about parking?

When you fill out our vaccine interest form, you select your preferred clinic location. Either in Anne Arundel County or Prince George's County. Your appointment confirmation email will also list the location for your vaccine clinic.

What if I still have questions?

If you have questions about the vaccine, please review these additional FAQs and watch this video where Dr. Mary Clance answers many commonly asked questions.

 

If you have more questions, contact the 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.