AN UPDATE ON THE AVAILABILITY OF THE COVID-19 VACCINE: As per the NJ Department of Health (DOH) regulations, the COVID-19 vaccine is now being administered to:
- Healthcare workers
- Nursing home residents
- First responders
- NJ residents age 65 and older
- NJ residents 16-64 with medical conditions, as defined by the Centers for Disease Control, that increase the risk of severe illness from the virus
The list of groups of people that are eligible to receive vaccine will continue to expand. For the most up-to-date information on vaccine distribution, and to pre-register to receive the COVID-19 vaccine when it becomes available to you, visit https://covid19.nj.gov/pages/vaccine.
Please Note: Princeton Medicine Physicians offices do not have vaccines to administer to patients at this time. We will provide updates if this changes.
At Penn Medicine Princeton Health, your health and well-being is our life's work. That mission has not changed in the face of a pandemic, but has instead become even more affirmed in everything we do.
We have enacted policies and procedures to serve our community's healthcare needs in a safe and effective manner. Throughout this section, you will find information about safety protocols, how to access in-person as well as virtual services, visitation, and more.
- Current Visitation Policy for PMC
- FAQs About Seeking Care
- Health and Safety FAQs
- Modified Schedules
- Telemedicine & Virtual Sessions
- Convalescent Plasma Donation
- Lab Services Update
- Radiology Services Update
- FAQs About the COVID-19 Vaccines
- FAQs About the Availability of COVID-19 Vaccines at PMC
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