COVID-19 Vaccine Update


Visit the York Hospital Drive-thru Vaccine Clinic at our new location at York Walk-In Care starting June 22! 

Anyone age 18+ may register NOW for COVID-19 Vaccine call our hotline at 207-752-8685 to make your appointment!


Clinic Location

York Walk-In Care
343 U.S. Route One
York, Maine 03909


Clinic Hours

Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday
8 a.m. to 12 p.m.

PLEASE NOTE: Because our clinic provides MODERNA Vaccine, per the guidance of the FDA, only those age 18 or older are eligible to receive it.

York Hospital will register ANYONE (non-Maine residents included) age 18 and over, for a vaccine appointment. We welcome ALL to call the Vaccine Hotline at 207-752-8685, Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., to speak with a caregiver who will assist you in making an appointment. Same day appointments may be available. If you call outside of these hours, please leave a voicemail with your name and phone number and you’ll receive a call back the next business day. Before calling for your appointment, please have the following information available to provide to the York Hospital caregiver:

      • Insurance Information if applicable (Please note: You do not need insurance to receive a COVID-19 vaccine.)
      • Medicare Card, if applicable (If your Medicare number is not accessible, you will be asked to provide your Social Security number.)
      • Date of Birth (age 18+)
      • Phone number (cell preferred, if possible)
      • Email address (if you have one)

If you prefer to seek out alternative options for your vaccine, please don’t hesitate to reach out to any of the vaccination sites listed here on the state of Maine website.


COVID-19 Vaccine Information for Homebound Community Members

York Hospital is not directly involved with vaccinating our community members unable to leave their homes. However, York Community Service Association (YCSA) is collaborating with Southern Maine Agency on Aging (SMAA) and Northern Light Home Care and Hospice to offer this service. If you are physically unable to leave your home, please call Michelle Surdoval at YCSA at 207-363-5504 and press OPTION 5.  If Michelle doesn’t answer, please leave your name, address, phone number, date of birth and a brief message indicating that you are unable to leave your home for a vaccine.  Michelle will share the information with SMAA and Northern Light who will be in touch directly to arrange a home visit for a vaccine when it is possible to do so. For more information, please contact Michelle Surdoval or visit


PLEASE NOTE: If you currently have or are recovering from COVID-19, you must wait to receive the vaccine until after you’ve finished your full isolation period, which the CDC defines as follows:

  1. 10 days since symptoms first appeared and
  2. 24 hours with no fever without the use of fever-reducing medications and
  3. Other symptoms of COVID-19 are improving. NOTE: Some symptoms, including loss of sense of smell/taste, can persist for weeks. Therefore, as long as certain symptoms, including respiratory symptoms, are improving, isolation can be considered completed if all other criteria are met. Please visit the U.S. CDC website for complete details:

    Infectious Disease Specialist Dr. Evangeline Thibodeau receives her vaccine.