You do not have to be a patient of UR Medicine/Golisano Children's Hospital to sign up for our Pfizer COVID vaccine clinics.
Please remember to bring your CDC Vaccine Card and/or Excelsior Pass, insurance card, and ID for this visit. As a reminder, there is no out-of-pocket cost for the administration of the vaccine.
Children Ages 5-11: Bivalent booster available only.
Golisano Children’s Hospital Pediatric Practice is offering the bivalent booster doses for all eligible children 5-11 years of age. For more details, visit the Golisano Children's Hospital's families page or schedule an appointment below.
Children and young adults ages 12-25: Bivalent booster available only.
Golisano Children’s Hospital Pediatric Practice is offering the Pfizer bivalent booster for children and young adults ages 12-25 years of age. For more details, visit the Golisano Children's Hospital's families page or schedule an appointment below.
What to Know About Updated COVID-19 Boosters
The US Food and Drug Administration has authorized the first set of updated COVID-19 vaccine boosters, which target the most recent dominant subvariants of the coronavirus and can help keep you protected. Medical Center experts Ann Falsey and Ed Walsh, professors of medicine, answer questions about the new boosters.
Monroe County booster clinic information.
Testing for COVID-19 is available throughout our region. To locate sites near you, use the NYS Department of Health test site finder. Remember:
COVID Safety Measures at UR Medicine
UR Medicine hospitals, urgent cares and doctor’s offices have been redesigned to keep you and your loved ones safe.
With your safety and needs in mind, we've also added more telemedicine visits. Contact your provider to determine the type of appointment that’s best for you.
Following CDC guidelines, New York State requires that everyone wear a mask in all of our facilities; our health care teams also wear protective equipment.
When you enter our facilities, we check you for symptoms and ask about recent travel.
Thorough cleaning and sanitation processes are in place for all patient rooms and common areas.