WesternU Health is a designated Los Angeles County community health care partner providing COVID-19 vaccines. We are currently administering the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine ONLY. To qualify for the vaccine through WesternU Health, you must:
- Bring your photo ID and proof that you are an LA County resident or work in human (not pet) health care in LA County.
- If you are coming for your second Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccination, bring the vaccination card you receive at the first vaccination appointment.
- Qualify for the vaccine based on the COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution Guidelines.
- Schedule an appointment.
Vaccination dates and times will be listed on this website.
Residents with disabilities, without computer access, or needing assistance can call the LA County Vaccination Assistance Line at 833-540-0473.
At Your Appointment
- You should receive a vaccination card that tells you what COVID-19 vaccine you received, the date you received it, and where you received it. Bring this card to your second appointment when you get the second vaccination. You should try to get your second vaccination at the same location that you received your first vaccination.
You will be turned away if:
- You do not have an appointment.
- You do not bring your photo ID and proof that you live or work in human (not pet) health care in LA County.
- You received a first vaccination other than the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19.
- You arrive for your second Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccination without proof of receiving the first Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccination.
This is How the Pandemic Ends
“WesternU Health’s participation in the world’s vaccination effort is momentous and exciting. Our staff and students serve our communities with passion, gratitude, and joy.”
– Dr. Rob Warren, Associate Provost, Clinical Affairs
LA County community members, we welcome you to our campus! On campus, we ask that you:
Wear a face covering
Socially distance at least 6 feet apart at all times
Please do not come to campus if you do not have an appointment
Allow extra time when you come to campus to get the vaccine. After receiving the vaccine, you will be required to wait 15-30 minutes to make sure you do not have a reaction. A Health Professional Observation Team will be monitoring you for any adverse reaction to the vaccine. During this observation time, you will be able to schedule your follow-up appointment to receive the required second dose of the Pfizer vaccine 21 days later. This way, you are assured that if you receive the first vaccine, you will also receive the second.
Due to HIPAA regulations, photos and videos are not permitted inside of the Health Professions Center.
Please see these Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Frequently Asked Questions about the COVID-19 Vaccines.