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Information about COVID-19

Make an Appointment for Your COVID-19 Vaccine.

Call 504.380.0805 or schedule an appointment online: Pediatrics or Adult

Need a COVID-19 test?

Find a nearby testing site or call 504.386.3174.

Vaccine clinics are available for adults and children at the following locations:

New Orleans East Hospital
5646 Read Blvd., Suite 200
New Orleans, LA 70127
Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 8am - 11:45am
By appointment only.

Please call your provider's office to schedule your vaccine.

University Medical Center
Please call your provider's office to schedule your vaccine.

West Jefferson Medical Center
Please call your provider's office to schedule your vaccine. You may also call 504.349.6924 to schedule an appointment.

Have additional questions? Call our Free Nurse Hotline at 504.386.3174.

The LCMC Health Nurse Hotline is a free telephonic nurse service to meet the needs of our community. We know that you may have concerns or questions regarding your health or seeking care during this challenging time.

Unsure where to go or what to do? Our experienced nurses are here to guide you with:

  • COVID-19 screening and test results
  • Return-to-work screenings
  • Address any concerns or questions related to your health
  • Assistance with finding care within our health system
  • Connecting you with a primary care provider or specialist

Review our vaccine appointment FAQs

Do I need an appointment?
Yes. You can make an appointment through our LCMC Health Patient Portal or by calling 504.334.8265.
Will there be a cost associated with getting the COVID-19 vaccine?
At this time, there will be no direct cost to patients for the COVID-19 vaccine.
What do I need to bring to my appointment?
Please bring a valid form of ID, driver's license preferred, and your insurance card.
Should I arrive early for my appointment?
Please arrive 15 minutes before your appointment.
What should I wear to my appointment?
Please wear a short sleeve shirt, with an undershirt so you can easily pull your sleeve up for your vaccination.
How long should I expect to be there?
30 minutes
Can I bring a family member if I need mobility assistance?
Yes, if you need mobility assistance to your appointment you may bring in one caretaker.
What screening questions will I have to answer upon entering?
  1. Have you had any of the following symptoms in the last 48 hours?
    1. fever
    2. cough
    3. shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
    4. fatigue
    5. muscle or body aches
    6. headache
    7. new loss of taste or smell
    8. sore throat
    9. congestion or runny nose
    10. nausea or vomiting
    11. diarrhea
  2. Within the past 14 days, have you been in close physical contact (6 feet or closer for a cumulative total of 15 minutes) with any known person with COVID-19 or anyone who has COVID-19 symptoms?
  3. Are you isolating or quarantining because you may have been exposed to a person with COVID-19?
  4. Are you currently waiting on the results of a COVID-19 test?
Do I need a social security number to receive a vaccine?
You do not need a social security number to receive the vaccine. If you don't have a social security number, please call the vaccine scheduling number and make your appointment.