COVID-19 Vaccine Locations


COVID-19 Vaccinations

 

Pharmacy Appointments  for 75 Years and Older ONLY
Scheduling is open for Adults 75 and Older at select pharmacy locations in Maricopa County. It is recommended seniors 75+ first check availability here prior to POD locations. You must have an appointment; no walk-ins.


Phase 1A Second Dose Scheduling Update

If you received your first vaccine dose at one of our POD sites prior to Jan. 11th and need to schedule your second dose, please fill out this survey to get on the scheduling list for 1A second dose vaccines when appointments are available. You will be notified by email if/when openings occur. Appointments through this process are not guaranteed and subject to vaccine availability.


Appointments at Point of Dispensing (POD) Locations 
These will be open to all Phase 1A and Phase 1B prioritized groups. You must schedule your appointment using the registration systems provided below. Scheduling availability varies by day and locations. No walk-ins to Point of Dispensing (POD) site locations will be accepted. You must have an appointment.


Prepare for Your Visit

  •  Please have your appointment confirmation email, QR code, etc.  to show when you arrive.
  • You will need to provide a form of ID verifying your age or your employment status, such as a work ID or paystub.  

Please see  COVID-19 Vaccine FAQs for more detailed information.

Eligibility

Appointments are open to the following prioritized groups:

  • Adults age 75 and older
  • K-12 school staff and childcare workers 
  • Law enforcement/protective services* 
  • Phase 1A populations

*This includes all sworn officers and government-employed security officers.

NOTE: Maricopa County will not be expanding its current prioritization of Phase 1B to include people age 65-74, following recent announcement by AZDHS. Once more vaccine becomes available and we are further along in our current 1B prioritization, we will expand to additional groups. Vaccination of people 65-74 is only available at state operated POD locations (State Farm and Phoenix Municipal Stadium). Check eligibility and scheduling availability at AZDHS COVID-19 Vaccine Finder.

Maricopa County Point of Dispensing (POD) Vaccination Sites

Due to the initial limited supply of COVID-19 vaccine, Maricopa County is partnering with local healthcare systems and municipalities to operate five drive-through Point of Dispensing (POD) sites across the county. This allows us to vaccinate as many people as possible in a quick, safe and efficient manner. All Maricopa County regionally operated POD sites are operated by certified medical staff and volunteers.

Scheduling Your Appointment

Appointment availability at Maricopa County POD sites will be noted in location listings below. Appointments are likely to be very limited to none at times due to capacity. Our regional POD sites have been vaccinating since Dec. 17th when opened to Phase 1A healthcare workers, and many of these individuals are now returning for second dose appts.  

Note: If you are a healthcare worker and received your first vaccine dose prior to Jan. 11th and need to schedule your second dose, please fill out this survey to get on the scheduling list for 1A second dose vaccines when appointments are available. You will be notified by email if/when openings occur. Appointments through this process are not guaranteed and subject to vaccine availability.

We are actively working to add new POD location sites in Maricopa County. Additionally, we are working with schools and school districts across the county to create vaccination events specifically for K-12 school staff and childcare workers. Similar discussions are also underway with multiple jurisdictions to offer special vaccination events to law enforcement populations. Pharmacies to vaccinate adults 75 years and older also are coming on board. More information about vaccination events for Phase 1B priority groups will continue to be added to this page as it becomes available.

Please full list of Eligibility & Scheduling FAQs for additional help. Appointments are required. No walk-ins will be accepted at any POD site. This information will be updated as it becomes available.

POD sites listed below use Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine.

Central

*NO CURRENT AVAILABILITY*
NO WALK-INS; APPTS. ONLY 
Banner-Az Fairgrounds
1826 W. McDowell Road. Phoenix

Northwest

*NO CURRENT AVAILABILITY*
NO WALK-INS; APPTS. ONLY 
Banner Sun City West
14300 W. Granite Valley Dr., Sun City West

Northeast

*NO CURRENT AVAILABILITY*
NO WALK-INS; APPTS. ONLY 
HonorHealth-North Phoenix
2500 W. Utopia, Phoenix

Southeast

*NO AVAILABILITY*
NO WALK-INS; APPTS. ONLY 
Dignity Health at Chandler-Gilbert Community College
2626 E. Pecos Rd. Chandler

Southwest

*NO CURRENT AVAILABILITY*
NO WALK-INS; APPTS. ONLY 
Abrazo West
13677 W. McDowell Rd. Goodyear

The Arizona Department of Health Services also is hosting COVID-19 vaccine events at its state operated PODs, the 24/7 State Farm Stadium site and another at Phoenix Municipal Stadium, starting Feb. 1st. For eligibility and scheduling information visit the AZDHS Vaccine Finder webpage at azhealth.gov/findvaccine.

Prepare for Your Visit

Please bring the following items when you go to your appointment:

  • the appointment confirmation email, QR code or other verification 
  • a form of ID verifying your age or your employment status, such as a work ID or paystub.    
  • your insurance card, for provider billing only; there is no cost for vaccination

After Your Visit: Scheduling for Second Doses

After receiving your first shot, you will receive a paper immunization record that will be completed at the time of vaccination. It will include the vaccine you received, date and provider, and when your next shot is needed (e.g., approx. 3 to 4 weeks after your first dose). Because different COVID-19 vaccine products will not be interchangeable, your second dose must be from the same manufacturer as your first dose.  With both Pfizer and Moderna vaccines being used in the community, it is important you know what vaccine you're getting for your first dose so that when it's time to schedule your second shot, it's from a provider offering the same vaccine. Please be sure to bring this vaccination card with you when you get your second shot. 

Please see our COVID-19 Vaccine FAQs for other information about eligibility, scheduling (including second doses), vaccine safety, and other topics.

Pharmacy Vaccination Sites for People 75 and Older

Listed below are select Albertson's and Safeway pharmacy locations offering vaccine (Moderna) for adults age 75 and older in Maricopa County. Appointments will be available for up to two weeks at a time. As inventory is assessed, appointments will be added on a weekly basis. If you do not see appointments, please check back at the end of each week to see newly added appointments.   Public Health is not able to assist with setting appointments. You must provide a form of ID verifying your age at your scheduled appointment. Appointments are required; no walk-ins.

 For 75 Years and Older Only

PharmacyAddressRegistration
Albertson's325 S. Power Rd, MesaCheck appointment availability
Albertson's14551 W. Grand Ave., SurpriseCheck appointment availability
Albertson's12970 W. Indian School Rd., Litchfield ParkCheck appointment availability
Safeway4970 South Alma School Road, ChandlerCheck appointment availability
Safeway13503 Camino del Sol, Sun City WestCheck appointment availability
Safeway14175 W. Indian School, Goodyear Check appointment availability
Safeway23565 N. Scottsdale Rd, ScottsdaleCheck appointment availability
Safeway3132 E. Camelback Rd., PhoenixCheck appointment availability
Safeway340 E. McDowell Rd., PhoenixCheck appointment availability