The COVID-19 vaccine has given us all hope that there are brighter days ahead. In the meantime, we’re receiving many questions about the vaccine from you, our patients and community. Questions like: Who should get the vaccine? How soon can I get it? Will I have a reaction to it? We understand the uncertainty you may feel and will bring you the most updated information as we get it.
Is Temple Health Offering Vaccinations?
Yes. Temple Health can offer the vaccine to anyone over age 12 at 2 convenient sites:
- Temple University Hospital – Main Campus (Student Faculty Center) at 3340 N. Broad Street, Philadelphia, PA 19140
- Appointments and walk-ins accepted Monday-Friday, from 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM and 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
- Temple University Hospital – Jeanes Campus (outside main hospital building across from Emergency Room) at 7600 Central Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19111
- Appointments and walk-ins accepted Monday-Wednesday and Friday, from 12:00 PM to 5:00 PM
Or, you can call 215-707-6999 to schedule an appointment at either location.
Free Transportation Resources for Your Vaccine Appointment
The City of Philadelphia has provided Temple with free SEPTA transit passes to help you get to and from your vaccine appointment at the Temple University Hospital – Main Campus vaccine clinic.
Simply ask for your transit passes once you arrive at our clinic. We can provide up to 4 transit passes per person for trips to and from the TUH – Main Campus vaccine site for your first and second dose.