Thank you for scheduling your COVID-19 vaccination appointment at Valley.

Before arriving for your appointment, please be sure to take note of the reminders below as well as your vaccination site, as we now have multiple locations for vaccinations.

Please plan to arrive no greater than 15 minutes prior to your appointment time. To respect social distancing guidelines, please stay in your car until your scheduled appointment time. The entire appointment, from registration to completion of the waiting/monitoring period post-vaccination, will be just about 40 minutes.

Vaccine Center Locations

VMG Primary & Walk-In Care Center, Montvale

VMG Primary & Walk-In Care Center, Teaneck

Wellness & Walk-In Care Center at Garden State Plaza (Level 1, across from Aroma Espresso Bar)

Paramus Vaccination Center: 599 Valley Health Plaza, Paramus


Identification

You MUST bring valid proof of identification with you to your appointment. Examples include a valid driver's license, passport, etc. You will not be able to be vaccinated at your appointment time without proper identification.

Children ages 12 to 17 seeking vaccination with the Pfizer vaccine must show proof of age (can include a birth certificate, driver’s license, or driver’s permit) at the time of their appointment.

COVID-19 Safety Precautions

As always, you must wear a mask for the entirety of your appointment and follow all social distancing guidelines. If you are sick, please reschedule your appointment for a later date.

Second Vaccine Dose (Pfizer & Moderna)

You will receive your second dose 21 days (Pfizer) or 28 days (Moderna) after receiving the first. You must be available for both vaccine appointments. 

If You Are Sick with COVID-19 or Another Illness

To protect others from getting sick, you should schedule your vaccine appointment at least 14 days from recovering from illness onset. 

If You Have Just Received Another Vaccine

Right now, there are no studies that show that the COVID-19 vaccine interacts with any other vaccines. To be safe and cautious, however, experts recommend getting the COVID-19 vaccine by itself with at least two weeks between different vaccines, in the unlikely event of a reaction.

Pfizer Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) Fact Sheet

Moderna Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) Fact Sheet

Johnson & Johnson Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) Fact Sheet