Get a Moderna vaccine at D'Youville, while supplies last!
The Moderna vaccine is being offered to the faculty, staff, students, and the community by the D'Youville Health Professions team. A photo ID and mask are required for admittance, along with a completed New York State COVID-19 Vaccine Form, which can also be filled out at the vaccination site.
- We will be open for first dose of Moderna COVID-19 vaccines for patients ages 18+
- Friday, April 30, 2021 from 11:00 AM - 7:00 PM.
- Dates and times of future clinics will be posted to this page and updated in the booking link as they become available.
- No walk-ins will be accepted. We will update the page for future dates and times with
whether walk-ins will be accepted.
- We will be open for first dose of Moderna COVID-19 vaccines for patients ages 18+ on:
- The Moderna COVID-19 vaccine is a two-dose series administered 28 days apart into the muscle of the arm for patients ages 18 and up.
- When a patient presents to receive their first dose, our clinic team will schedule the second dose 28 days apart for the same time of day. A confirmation will be sent to the patient’s email, as well as a reminder email as their second-dose appointment approaches.
- Location: D'Youville Academic Center (DAC), First Floor
- Cost: Free to all patients
Steps to Vaccination:
- Once you have a confirmed appointment, you must complete the New York State COVID-19 Vaccine Form. This form should be filled out online and you will receive a submission ID indicating completion. You will need to bring the submission ID or confirmation email of submission to your appointment. If you cannot submit the form online, it will be available at the vaccination sites.
- Arrive 10 minutes prior to your appointment. Photo ID & mask required.
- Bring your prescription insurance card.
- When you present to the appointment, you will need to fill out a consent and registration form prior to receiving your vaccine.
- After you receive your vaccine, you will need to stay at the site for 15 minutes for required monitoring for any reactions. If you have a history of serious allergic reactions (anaphylaxis) due to any cause or history of an allergic reaction of any severity within 4 hours of a vaccine or other injection, you will need to be observed for 30 minutes.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
We currently do not have regularly scheduled walk-in clinic days but will update the form if and when this becomes available.
Patients entering the D'Youville Academic Center (DAC) building through the lobby can find us on 1st floor in the office suite immediately adjacent to Security.
Patients should park in the visitor lot, which can be found on our campus map (PDF). Additional instructions regarding parking are contained in the confirmation email patients receive upon booking.