Vaccination Center Information
COVID-19 Vaccination Center Information
The vaccination center has moved locations
COVID-19 Vaccinations at the Alameda County Fairgrounds Moving Operations to Stanford Health Care – ValleyCare and Sutter Health’s Campuses
Alameda County, Stanford Health Care – ValleyCare and Sutter Health announced last week that appointments for COVID-19 vaccinations, previously offered at the Alameda County Fairgrounds in
Pleasanton, will relocate to the medical providers’ respective campuses.
Since opening in mid-February, Alameda County, Stanford Health Care – ValleyCare and Sutter Health have administered 140,000 vaccine doses at the Fairgrounds to over 75,000 people. Two-thirds of all doses were received by 50,000 Alameda County residents.
“This site has been an important part of Alameda County’s vaccine strategy. As the County Supervisor representing Pleasanton, I appreciate the extraordinary impact this incredible partnership has had,” said Alameda County Supervisor Nate Miley. “Together we have quickly vaccinated thousands of seniors, essential works, and residents 12 and older.” Stanford Health Care – ValleyCare and Sutter Health will offer first and second dose vaccination appointments at their regular care sites; second dose appointments will be available at those sites after the Fairgrounds’ services close.
On May 26, Stanford Health Care – ValleyCare completed its scheduled appointments at the Fairgrounds and has transitioned to its Livermore walkin clinic as of June 1. The site will be operated by Stanford Health Care – ValleyCare (SCH-VC) for adult appointments, and Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital (LPCH) for 12-17-year-olds.
COVID-19 Vaccine Walk-In Clinic at Stanford Health Care – ValleyCare Livermore Campus:
1119 E. Stanley Blvd., Livermore
– Patients 12 and older, starting June 1: Tuesday – Friday: 11 am – 7:30 pm; Saturday: 9 am – 2:30 pm
- For appointments through Stanford Health Care, visit: https://stanfordhealthcare.org/discover/covid-19-resourcecenter/patient-care/safety-health-vaccine-planning.html or call 650-498-9000
- For appointments through Stanford Children’s Health, visit: https://www.stanfordchildrens.org/en/landing/covid-vaccine
– COVID-19 testing is also accessible at this location through South S Street and/or Murrieta Blvd entry points.
– Second location at Stanford Health Care, Emeryville: Sunday – Thursday, from 12 am – 8 pm
– Appointments will be available 7 days a week between both sites across Alameda County.
“Stanford Health Care – ValleyCare remains committed to caring for the Tri-Valley community through the pandemic, and we are pleased to continue to provide access to the COVID-19 vaccine to members of our community ages 12 and up at our Livermore campus,” said Rick Shumway, President & CEO, Stanford Health Care – ValleyCare. “We are proud of our partnership with Alameda County and Sutter Health over the past 3 months which made it possible for us all to quickly provide access and to vaccinate so many of our community members in a very short period of time at the Alameda County Fairgrounds.”
On May 24, Sutter transitioned from the Fairgrounds while continuing to offer vaccination at several locations, including walk-in care clinics throughout the County and Northern California. Patients may schedule a COVID-19 vaccination appointment online or by phone:
– Online: Patients can log into My Health Online (MHO) to schedule an appointment.
– If they don’t have an account, they can enroll in-person at their provider’s office or by calling a MHO service representative at (866) 978-8837. Parents or guardians with proxy access to their child’s My
Health Online account will be able to help schedule their teen’s COVID-19 vaccination appointment. However, once the appointment is scheduled, the details will only be visible to the teen in their own account.
– By Phone: Call (844) 987-6115, Monday – Friday, 7 am – 6 pm; Saturday – Sunday, 8 am – 5 pm
“Our integrated healthcare network has enabled Sutter to establish vaccine sites and respond to the needs of our patients throughout Northern California,” said Teresa Sarlitto, Vice President of Sutter’s Palo Alto Medical Foundation Alameda County. “We are deeply appreciative of the opportunity to partner with Stanford Health Care, Alameda County and the Fairgrounds to swiftly bring large-scale vaccine availability to our community in Alameda County and look forward to continuing to provide access to compassionate, quality care throughout the pandemic and for years to come.”
“This vaccination site is an example of public-private partnerships working together for the greater good of our communities,” said Alameda County Supervisor David Haubert. “The Tri-Valley location gave our residents another option and changed the course of this pandemic to return residents and businesses to some form of normalcy.”
“We are so thankful that our County and region has been so successful in vaccinating our community,” said Jerome Hoban, CEO for the Alameda County Fairgrounds. “Although we take great pride that the Fairgrounds has been part of the solution during the pandemic, we are very excited to safely invite the community back to the property for horse racing in June and the Fair in October. Other great events are filling the calendar too.”
Alameda County residents, 12 and older, can access appointments through their health care provider, a local pharmacy (visit MyTurn.CA.GOV), or dropping in to County-supported Community Points of Dispensing (preregistration is encouraged: call 510-208-4829 or visit bit.ly/AlCoSignUp).
Parents or guardians of children 12 and older are encouraged to have them vaccinated. Children are eligible to receive the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine, which clinical trials show is safe and effective. Family days, when Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson are available at the Community PODs, are opportunities for everyone to get vaccinated. Visit https://covid19.acgov.org/youthvaxfacts to learn more.
- Sutter patients age 50 and older.
- Essential workers: agriculture and food, education and childcare, emergency services and public transit/airport and commercial airlines.
- Healthcare workers (verification required)
- People age 16-49 with severe health conditions or disabilities.
- Individuals who reside or work in congregate residential settings, including those experiencing homelessness.
Sutter patients can call (844) 987-6115 for an appointment.
Stanford Health Care – ValleyCare
- Health care workers
- Individuals 65+
- Persons at risk of occupational exposure to COVID-19 through their work in any role in the following sectors will be eligible:
- Education and childcare (including staff and any other workers involved in child and/or student care)
- Emergency services
- Agriculture and food
If you are in the eligible population, Stanford Health Care offers several ways to make an appointment.
Online with MyHealth
If you already have a MyHealth account at Stanford Health Care, you can schedule your first dose online.
Don’t have a MyHealth Account?
By Phone 650-498-9000
Available Monday to Friday
8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m
Alameda County Health Department
As vaccine supply permits, we are vaccinating Alameda County residents, aged 16 and older.
By appointment only.