Stanford Health Care receives both Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 vaccine

by Linda Hubbard on January 16, 2021

Stanford Health Care follows vaccination mandates from the local county health authorities where it offers care. Local county health authorities determine our vaccine supply and whom we vaccinate.

“As these mandates are being updated rapidly, our goal is to provide you the updates you need on this website.”

Currently, residents of Santa Clara County and San Mateo County over the age of 75 can be vaccinated at Stanford Health Care’s location at 2585 Samaritan Drive, San Jose.

There was no information posted on when people over the age of 65 can be vaccinated.



Bobby Jensen January 16, 2021 at 12:04 pm

There has been NO information offered to Stanford/ValleyCare patients about how to sign up for vaccinations. My provider knew nothing. My husband and I are 84 and 81 respectively and are eligible in Phase 1b. Any useful information I have received has been “word of mouth” and pointed to Alameda County resources. I am part of the MyHealth system.

Bobby Jensen/Steve Jensen

Sam January 20, 2021 at 10:02 pm

In Myhealth you can schedule an appointment. Click appointments, then make appointment, and choose COVID-19 Vaccination from the Specialty drop down.

Thea Bee January 19, 2021 at 4:53 pm

I live in the SF Bay Area—we’re supposed to hear about Covid-19 vaccination opportunities this week, but so far. . . crickets.

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