Updated April 15, 2021

COVID-19 Vaccine Public Advisory                                                 

Starting April 15, everyone 16 years and older is eligible to be vaccinated. Valley is using the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines only. 

Valley is not using the Johnson & Johnson (J&J) vaccine; if you have been vaccinated with J&J at another vaccine clinic, click here.

An appointment is needed to get the COVID-19 vaccine. We will not be accepting walk-ins at any Valley Medical Center vaccination site, hospital, or clinic. You do not have to be a current Valley patient and there is NO charge for the vaccine. 

There are two ways to schedule vaccine appointments:

  • MyChart self-scheduling: Log into your MyChart account, click on the “Schedule an Appointment” menu option, then choose COVID vaccine. You will be asked a series of questions to verify eligibility for the current vaccine phase. Schedule your first dose at your desired date and time. Your second dose will be scheduled to occur exactly 4 weeks after the first dose, at the same time. You can log in to MyChart later to change it to a different date and time if needed. Click here to open a MyChart account (it's free).
  • Phone: Phone scheduling is for those who aren't able to use MyChart. Call 425.690.3630 between 7 AM - 4 PM, Monday - Friday to make an appointment over the phone. Please note: call volumes are high so there may be long wait times.

Appointments periodically become full, so check back regularly as more appointments become open.  We suggest you also check availability at other COVID vaccine-finder websites: Vaccine Spotter   or  Vaccine Locator

We are vaccinating with both the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines, and vaccine recipients will be offered what is currently on hand at the time of their appointments. We will NOT be able to accommodate requests for a specific vaccine type in the clinic. We are tracking inventory of each vaccine type to ensure that recipients will receive the second dose of the same vaccine type given for their first dose. Click here to learn more about scheduled timing between doses and details for your vaccine appointment.

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COVID-19 Vaccination Information 

For the most current information about the COVID-19 vaccine, please visit the CDC, DOH, and King County COVID-19 vaccine webpages.