COVID-19 Vaccine

The Montgomery County Office of Public Health is now scheduling vaccine appointments for 

  • Boosters for those aged 12 and older with the newly recommended Bivalent Pfizer vaccine.
  • Boosters for those aged 5-11 years with the monovalent Pfizer vaccine. 
  • Primary series for anyone aged 6 months and older
    • For those aged 6 months through 4 years the monovalent Moderna and Pfizer vaccine is available. 
    • For those aged 5 years and older the monovalent Pfizer vaccine is available.
    • For those aged 18 and older the monovalent Moderna and Pfizer vaccine is available.

Please note: You must schedule your and/or your family’s appointments under the appropriate vaccine and age group. We reserve the right to cancel appointments scheduled under the incorrect age group as a result of limited appointment availability. 

**Due to a limited supply of Moderna’s Bivalent Booster vaccine, OPH is not scheduling appointments for this vaccine, at this time. Please check our FAQs for more information. 

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Clients attending a COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic for a 2nd dose, 3rd dose, or a booster dose must bring their CDC vaccination card or a picture of their card on their phone to their appointment. If you lost your card, email for directions on how to obtain a duplicate card or check our FAQs under the Vaccine tab.

Primary Series and/or Third Dose for Immunocompromised

First and Second Doses (Ages 12+) - Walk-Ins Accepted. 12 years of age and over (Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine): Available on a walk-in basis at all OPH clinics. NO APPOINTMENT is necessary. Additionally, Moderna vaccine is also available at all OPH clinics on a walk-in basis to those aged 18 and older.  

First and Second Doses (Ages 5-11) - Appointment Only. 5-11 years of age (Pfizer Pediatric COVID-19 vaccine). Appointments are required, no walk-ups will be accepted. Continue scrolling for more information on getting vaccinated as a minor in Montgomery County.

First and Second Doses (Ages 6 months-4 years) - Appointment Only. 6 months - 4 years of age (Pfizer & Moderna COVID-19 vaccine*). Appointments are required, no walk-ups will be accepted. Continue scrolling for more information on getting vaccinated as a minor in Montgomery County.

  • *Parents are able to choose which vaccine they would like for their child when they are making their appointment. A pharmacist and nurses will be available at the vaccination clinics to help answer any questions or concerns parents may have.

Third Dose for Immunocompromised - Appointment Only. Pfizer vaccine is available for those 5 years and up and Moderna vaccine is available for those 18 years and up who are immunocompromised. For a list of qualifying conditions, click here. To schedule, you should be at least 28 days from your last dose of COVID-19 vaccine.


Appointments are required, no walk-ups will be accepted. Appointments for boosters are released approximately one month at a time (dependent upon vaccine availability). If the date you're eligible to receive your booster on falls outside that range, you will not be able to make an appointment or receive a booster and should check back later.

You must bring a copy of your COVID-19 vaccine card (hard copy (preferred) or a picture of your card on your phone). You will not be able to receive your booster without your COVID-19 vaccine card. If you lost your card, please check the FAQs to find out how to obtain a replacement card.

Age 12 years and older by appointment.

The CDC and the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) are now recommending: 

  • Everyone age 12 years and older receive a single booster dose of the newly recommended bivalent Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine (for individuals age 12 years and older) or the bivalent Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine (for individuals age 18 years and older). 
  • This booster should be given at least 2 months after completion of a monovalent primary series or any prior monovalent booster dose of COVID-19 vaccine. 
  • At this time, there is no change to the monovalent vaccine schedules for children age 6 months through 11 years. 

 Important highlights: 

  • You must first complete at least a primary series with the original monovalent vaccine before receiving a single bivalent booster at least 2 months later.
  • You may receive either brand of bivalent vaccine that is age-appropriate; there is no preference and no need to match the brand of the primary series.
  • The bivalent booster recommendation replaces previous booster recommendations only for people age 12 years and older. At this time, people age 5 through 11 years who have received a Pfizer-BioNTech primary series should continue to receive one monovalent booster dose (see below).
  • This recommendation is for a one-time booster. ACIP does not anticipate recommendations for frequent (e.g., every few months) booster doses of bivalent vaccine.  
  • COVID-19 vaccines may be co-administered with all other routinely recommended vaccines, including influenza vaccine.

 Age 5 through 11 years

  • Everyone ages 5 years and older can get a booster dose after completing their COVID-19 vaccine primary series
  • There are no booster recommendations for those age 6 months - 4 years at this time.
  • Pfizer boosters are available to those aged 5-11.
    • For children 5-11, a booster should be given at least 5 months after completion of their primary series.
    • For children 5-11 who are moderately or severely immunocompromised, a booster should be given at least 3 months after completion of their primary series

Those who do not meet the criteria stated above will be unable to receive their booster dose and will be asked to reschedule their appointment.  

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The following is a complete listing of COVID-19 vaccination clinics administered by the Montgomery County Office of Public Health as well as select other local clinics. Appointments are required for all third or booster doses (See scheduling guidelines above). Walk-ins are welcome for those seeking a first or second dose of COVID-19 vaccine, however, appointments are recommended to keep wait times low. If you have an appointment, please keep to that time slot to ensure the most efficient experience possible for yourself and others.    

Can’t find a time or location that works for you? Visit for a comprehensive collection of clinics in our area, from all providers.  

Have questions about the COVID-19 vaccines or how the vaccination process works? Check out our FAQ page for more Editing

Date Status Clinic Administering Hours
Monday, September 26, 2022
Willow Grove Annex, Willow Grove COVID-19 (Pfizer and Moderna) vaccines and Tdap & Meningococcal vaccines for students  12:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Tuesday, September 27, 2022 OPEN Human Services Center, Norristown COVID-19 (Pfizer and Moderna) vaccines and Tdap & Meningococcal vaccines for students  3:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Wednesday, September 28, 2022 OPEN Willow Grove Annex, Willow Grove COVID-19 (Pfizer and Moderna) vaccines and Tdap & Meningococcal vaccines for students  9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Thursday, September 29, 2022 OPEN Bethel Community Church of Pottstown, Pottstown COVID-19 (Pfizer and Moderna) vaccines and Tdap & Meningococcal vaccines for students  9:00 am - 3:00 pm


See below for parking information and clinic instructions for all Montgomery County Office of Public Health-run clinics.

Location and Address EntranceParking
Bethel Community Church of Pottstown
575 North Keim Street
Pottstown, PA 19464

Site map

The entrance to the clinic is at the rear of the church. If you’re facing the back of the church in the parking lot, the clinic will be through the doors on the far right. Please follow posted signage. 
There is parking available at the rear of the church.
Human Services Center
(Community Room)
1430 DeKalb Street
Norristown, PA 19401

Site map

Please utilize the Fornance Street entrance located next to the parking garage. 
Street parking can be found all around the building. Parking is available in the HSC garage for $5. Masks are required for all who enter the clinic. 
Willow Grove Annex
102 York Road, 3rd Floor Conference Room
Willow Grove, PA 19090

From the Pennsylvania Turnpike, take the Willow Grove exit (exit 27 - 611 Doylestown/Jenkintown). Go through the tolls and stay in the left lane. Follow signs for 611 South. Continue on 611 South for 1.8 miles through 9 traffic lights. The four-story building is located on the right hand side of the street behind Burger King and across from the Willow Grove Train Station. Make a right into the parking lot after the Burger King entrance.There is a parking lot available onsite at this location. Additional parking can be found in a lot across the street.
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For general COVID-19 questions or to register for the vaccine by phone, call the Montgomery County COVID-19 hotline at (833) 875-3967. The hotline is open five days a week, Monday through Friday from 8 am. to 4:30 pm. General questions can also be emailed to


Our partner, Montgomery County Immunization Coalition (MCIC), collaborates with their partner organizations to host COVID-19  vaccination clinics. To find an upcoming clinic, click here.


The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has started a national hotline to help people with disabilities access information and resources for COVID-19 vaccinations. The Disability Information and Access Line (DIAL) service can connect callers with information regarding how to access the vaccine, including local clinics. Additionally, it can also connect them to valuable local and national disability resources.

DIAL is available by phone at 888-677-1199 from 9 am to 8 pm. You can also reach the service via email at  


Montgomery County’s Department of Public Safety is offering the COVID-19 vaccine to homebound individuals who are eligible through its Mobile Integrated Health Unit. Anyone who wants to set up a vaccination appointment for a homebound person should call (610) 631-3079 and leave a voicemail for a call back. 


All minors (under age 18) seeking to get vaccinated at a Montgomery County Office of Public Health-run clinics, MUST either be physically accompanied by a parent/legal guardian or an authorized substitute. Authorized substitutes are adult relatives, age 21 or older, who have been authorized by the child's parent to seek medical treatment for the minor.  This may include grandparents, aunts/uncles, or siblings (provided they are at least 21 years old). The authorized relative must present a signed copy of the Treatment of a Minor form. If the authorized relative does not have a signed form, the parent may be contacted by phone to give a verbal consent for delegation of care to that minor, and the form should be completed with the parent signature line indicating “verbal consent” and the name of the person witnessing consent.

Please note: Only the Pfizer vaccine has been authorized for those under the age of 18.  


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