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Updates on COVID-19 Vaccination Efforts in Your Area

Apr 7, 2021 By Kristina Skinner
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Last updated April 7, 2021

California Residents: Visit MyTurn to see the current eligibility requirements and book an appointment. One Medical anticipates that it will administer vaccines to eligible members of the general public at select locations in California soon. Once available, individuals will be able to use MyTurn to book a vaccine appointment at a designated One Medical location or elsewhere. Need help booking an appointment? Call the CA COVID-19 Hotline at 1-833-422-4255 (M-F 8AM-8PM, Sa-Su 8AM-5PM) for assistance.

In an effort to provide our members with timely information about COVID-19 vaccines, we are keeping this page up-to-date with the latest details on One Medical’s progress with vaccine administration in each of the states and counties where we have offices. Please check back here for the latest details on vaccination efforts in your area.

Key details about vaccine appointments at One Medical

  • We ask that you avoid calling or using our video chat feature to check about vaccine availability so we can keep those lines open to members with urgent medical needs.

More information and resources

Below, you will find resources which provide vaccine prioritization frameworks developed by the CDC and state departments of health. One Medical will be following local vaccine prioritization frameworks for each county where we are administering vaccines, which is also in accordance with CDC guidance.

Currently, most areas of the US are administering vaccines to Phase 1a populations, which include health care personnel and residents of long-term care facilities. Some parts of the country are moving toward vaccinations of Phase 1b populations, but it is still important to note that even if prioritization frameworks indicate you meet eligibility criteria, not all One Medical locations currently have vaccine allocations. In cities where local departments of health have allocated vaccines to our facilities, we are currently administering them to our own patient care team members, other members of the community referred to our clinics by the local department of health, and to One Medical members who meet Phase 1a and/or Phase 1b criteria as regionally applicable and as supplies allow.

As we move into subsequent phases of vaccination county-by-county, we will be informing One Medical members by email as soon as we have vaccines available for you. Eventually, as the supply of vaccines becomes widely available, all One Medical members, and many members of the general public, will be able to receive the vaccine at One Medical’s more than 90 offices across the country and at other vaccination locations One Medical may help operate in our communities.

Information on vaccine prioritization:

Current status of vaccine administration at One Medical clinics, by location:

** If you live or work in a county outside of the areas where One Medical has clinics, please check your local department of health website for the latest information on current vaccine eligibility.

Atlanta

See the current eligibility requirements and how to get an appointment when you’re eligible on the Georgia Department of Public Health website or the CDC website.

One Medical’s vaccine availability is limited and varies. Please log in to your account to check for vaccine appointments. No appointments? Check back regularly as we plan to update our app and website whenever we get vaccines. Anyone who is eligible for vaccination may book an appointment at One Medical, you don’t need to be a paying member. Learn how to sign up for a temporary membership and book an appointment.

Austin

See the current eligibility requirements and how to get an appointment when you’re eligible on the Austin website or the CDC website.

One Medical doesn’t currently have vaccines. We’re working with health officials to get vaccines as quickly as possible.

Boston

See the current eligibility requirements and how to get an appointment when you’re eligible on the Massachusetts website or the CDC website.

One Medical doesn’t currently have vaccines. We’re working with health officials to get vaccines as quickly as possible.

California

Visit MyTurn to see the current eligibility requirements and book an appointment. One Medical anticipates that it will administer vaccines to eligible members of the general public at select locations in California soon. Once available, individuals will be able to use MyTurn to book a vaccine appointment at a designated One Medical location or elsewhere. Need help booking an appointment? Call the CA COVID-19 Hotline at 1-833-422-4255 (M-F 8AM-8PM, Sa-Su 8AM-5PM) for assistance.

Chicago

See the current eligibility requirements and how to get an appointment when you’re eligible on the CDC website or the local government website where you live:

Chicago

DuPage County

One Medical’s vaccine availability is limited and varies. Please log in to your account to check for vaccine appointments. No appointments? Check back regularly as we plan to update our app and website whenever we get vaccines. Anyone who is eligible for vaccination may book an appointment at One Medical, you don’t need to be a paying member. Learn how to sign up for a temporary membership and book an appointment.

District of Columbia

See the current eligibility requirements and how to get an appointment when you’re eligible on the CDC website or the local government website where you live:
D.C.
Fairfax County
One Medical’s vaccine availability is limited and varies. Our vaccine appointments must be booked through the local booking system. Please see the links above for booking information.

New York

See the current eligibility requirements and how to get an appointment when you’re eligible on the New York state website or the CDC website.

One Medical doesn’t currently have vaccines. We’re working with health officials to get vaccines as quickly as possible.

Phoenix

See the current eligibility requirements and how to get an appointment when you’re eligible on the Maricopa County website or the CDC website.

One Medical’s vaccine availability is limited and varies. Please log in to your account to check for vaccine appointments. No appointments? Check back regularly as we plan to update our app and website whenever we get vaccines. Anyone who is eligible for vaccination may book an appointment at One Medical, you don’t need to be a paying member. Learn how to sign up for a temporary membership and book an appointment.

Portland

See the current eligibility requirements and how to get an appointment when you’re eligible on the Oregon website or the CDC website.

One Medical doesn’t currently have vaccines. We’re working with health officials to get vaccines as quickly as possible.

Seattle

See the current eligibility requirements and how to get an appointment when you’re eligible on the Washington State Department of Health website or the CDC website.

One Medical doesn’t currently have vaccines. We’re working with health officials to get vaccines as quickly as possible.

For additional information about COVID-19 vaccines, please visit What to Know About COVID-19 Vaccines.

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