At St. Luke’s we understand how important our Firefighters and Police Officers are to the safety and security of our community. We also recognize that you are a part of the healthcare delivery system and you are often involved in direct patient care scenarios. We are delighted to inform you that we have started to receive our allotments of COVID-19 vaccines, and it is our priority to share these resources with our forward-facing Firefighters and Police Officers. We are pleased to announce that you are now able to schedule your COVID-19 vaccine administration appointment. Please review all information below and complete your scheduling promptly. The appointment will take approximately 30 minutes from check-in to completion of the observation period. Before scheduling an appointment, we suggest that you discuss with your agency leadership to assure staffing and workload can accommodate your requested appointment time.
As of today, there are vaccine clinics at all (11) St. Luke’s Hospitals (listed below). Where you receive your first dose is where you must return to receive your booster vaccine. Your second appointment will be scheduled when you receive your first vaccine. Vaccine administration locations:
Allentown Campus (1736 Hamilton Street, Allentown)
Anderson Campus (1872 St. Luke’s Boulevard, Easton)
Bethlehem Campus (801 Ostrum Street, Bethlehem)
Easton Campus (250 S 21st Street, Easton)
Geisinger St. Luke’s (100 Paramount Drive, Orwigsburg)
Lehighton Campus (211 N 12th Street, Lehighton)
Miners Campus (360 W Ruddle Street, Coaldale)
Monroe Campus (100 St. Luke’s Lane, Stroudsburg)
Sacred Heart Campus (421 W Chew Street, Allentown)
Warren Campus (185 Roseberry Street, Phillipsburg, NJ)
Upper Bucks Campus (3000 St. Luke’s Drive, Quakertown)
Before you make an appointment for vaccine administration, please review the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) COVID-19 Vaccine Recipient Fact Sheet. and our COVID-19 Vaccine FAQs. If you have any questions about the vaccine as it relates to your medical condition or situation, please speak with your health care provider.
How to Schedule Your Appointment (it’s easy):
Firefighters and Police Officers should contact our central scheduling department at 484-526-1009 between the hours of 8 AM to 5 PM, Monday through Friday.
Once connected to a scheduling representative; advise the scheduling representative that you are an active Firefighter and/or Police Officer looking to schedule your COVID-19 vaccine. Please be prepared to provide your name and the agency you are affiliated
Please plan to show up for your appointment 15 min ahead of your scheduled time slot.
Vaccination Appointment Day:
Please bring the following items with you to your vaccination appointment
1. Your government-issued identification (Driver’s License Preferred)
2. Fire Department and/or Police Department Badge/ID
After the Appointment:
Vaccine recipients will be required to stay for a 15-minute observation after receiving each dose of the vaccine.
Vaccine recipients will be enrolled in a follow-up monitoring program. Details on the program will be provided to you at your vaccine appointment.
For questions regarding the vaccine and whether you should receive it, we encourage you to have a conversation with your health care provider. Please send all inquiries about this email to firstname.lastname@example.org