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Vaccine Waiting List Sign-Ups: Maine Residents Ages 18+ May Register Now.

PLEASE NOTE: Because our clinic provides MODERNA Vaccine, per the guidance of the FDA, only Maine residents Age 18 and older are eligible to receive it.

Effective immediately, York Hospital will begin to register all community members who are Maine residents, age 18 and over, for our vaccine appointment waiting list. Maine residents who have already registered for our vaccine waiting list will not lose their space on the waiting list. All appointments are scheduled in the order that reservations are made.

You must be a Maine resident to receive a vaccine at the York Hospital clinic, unless you fall under one of the following two excepted categories. If you are a seasonal worker residing in Maine for work, or if you reside in Maine for higher educational purposes, you may receive the vaccine provided you bring proof of your employment or proof of your admission and attendance at an educational institution.

Thank you for letting us know if you have been able to confirm an appointment at another vaccination site, and would like to remove your name from York Hospital’s Covid-19 Vaccine Clinic Reservation Waiting List. Please complete the removal request form found here, or call us at (207) 752-8685, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m., Monday – Friday. Thank you for helping us keep our list up to date and allowing other community members to receive their vaccines more quickly!

York Hospital’s goal remains to offer clinics Monday through Friday, providing 400 vaccines (both first and second doses) each day, dependent upon our vaccine allocation.

The most effective method of signing up for the vaccine appointment waiting list is to use the online registration form; see instructions below.

 

Clinic Location and Hours

The York Hospital vaccine clinic is located at St. Christopher’s Church, 4 Barrell Lane, York, Maine. Hours are 8 a.m. – 4 p.m., Monday – Friday.

 

Online Reservation List

The button at top right will bring you to an online form, available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, which will ask for your:

  • Full Name
  • Date of Birth (age 18+ on the date of sign up)
  • Phone number (cell preferred, if possible)
  • Email address (if you have one)

Once you provide that information and click submit, your name will be added to the reservation waiting list for future Covid-19 vaccine clinics. PLEASE NOTE: You will NOT receive an emailed confirmation; please print the confirmation page for your records.  

A York Hospital caregiver will call you to set up your appointment for a specific date and time. Each person who submits reservation information WILL receive a call back; please help us streamline the process by being patient and waiting for us to call you. Call back order will correspond to the time stamp generated when each form is submitted and may take several weeks.

 

Phone Reservation List

If you prefer to be added to the reservation waiting list via telephone, please call 207-752-8685, Monday through Friday, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. A caregiver will assist you in submitting the information listed above.

A York Hospital caregiver will call you to set up your appointment for a specific date and time. Each person who submits reservation information WILL receive a call back; please help us streamline the process by being patient and waiting for us to call you. Call back order will correspond to the time stamp generated when each form is submitted and may take several weeks.

We are pleased to offer this simple and equitable process to obtain your vaccine — and keep our community safe.

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.

Please be aware that when you click the button above to add your name to the York Hospital COVID-19 vaccination clinic waiting list, you will be temporarily leaving the York Hospital website.

HOW TO SIGN UP FOR THE VACCINE IF YOU HAVE OR ARE RECOVERING FROM COVID-19

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: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/if-you-are-sick/end-home-isolation.html


    Infectious Disease Specialist Dr. Evangeline Thibodeau receives her vaccine.