COVID-19 Vaccine - Providers and Partners

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Vaccine Providers

Any organization or provider that wants to provide vaccination will need to enroll as a COVID-19 vaccine provider and meet certain enrollment requirements such as demonstrating that they can administer the vaccine safely and meet vaccine storage and reporting requirements.

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Additional Resources for Vaccine Information




Johnson and Johnson

CDC COVID-19 Vaccination Clinical & Professional Resources

ADA Recommendations for Vaccination Sites (PDF)

Long-term Care Facilities

Facilities that were vaccinated last winter through the federal pharmacy program (by CVS or Walgreens) should reach back out to their pharmacy contact and ask about their availability for primary or booster dose clinics.

Because COVID-19 vaccinations are now widely available in the community, Maricopa County Department of Public Health has ended their primary COVID-19 LTC Vaccination Program.  For all other facilities, or if Walgreens or CVS are unable to help,  we recommend that facilities work to establish relationships with mobile vaccine providers who can offer booster doses and primary doses for new residents on an ongoing basis.  Many community providers offer additional services like flu shots or shingles vaccinations. For a list of COVID-19 mobile vaccine providers who are interested in offering services in your area, please use the searchable map located on our Mobile Provider Directory page.

If you have attempted to locate a provider utilizing the Mobile Provider Directory and haven’t found assistance yet, you can register your ADHS licensed Long-term Care Facility using this link

Community Partners in Vaccine Delivery

Community-based vaccine delivery partners can include healthcare systems, community health clinics, long term care facilities, cities and towns, essential and critical infrastructure employers, and organizations serving high-risk populations, such as older adults, people experiencing homelessness, and people who are incarcerated. 

Community-based vaccination events are offered based upon availability of vaccine, vaccination provider, and host location. Organizations interested in hosting an event location can fill out a form to indicate interest.

What happens at a vaccination event? Watch these videos to see our community partners in action vaccinating those at highest-risk for exposure and/or severe illness from COVID-19.
[VIDEO] K-12 School/Childcare Workers at Cesar Chavez H.S.
[VIDEO] Guadalupe Senior Housing Event
[VIDEO] Deer Valley Unified K-12 School/Childcare Workers Vaccination Event

Medical and Non-Medical Volunteers

The Maricopa County Department of Public Health Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) is recruiting volunteers to assist with the administration of COVID-19 vaccine to our community alongside our community health partners. If you are medically certified to provide routine vaccinations (RN, MD, EMT, Paramedic, etc) with a current license in good-standing, and would like to assist in this great community effort, we would love to hear from you. Non-medical volunteers are also needed to assist with registration and event operation tasks. Processing times for non-medical volunteer applications may take several weeks due to the high volume of registrations received. Register to volunteer.

If you have questions about volunteering or need further assistance please contact 602-506-6767 or email

Still Have Questions?

If you have questions, please submit your question here or call us at 602-506-6767.