How will I know when it’s my turn?

Eligible UCLA employees will receive an email inviting them to self-schedule a vaccination.

Once you have received an invitation, follow these step-by-step instructions (PDF) — also available in Spanish (PDF) — to schedule an appointment in myUCLAhealth, where you will be able to choose the date, time and location of your vaccination. If you don’t have a myUCLAhealth account, you can create one here. You can also use the myChart mobile app to access your myUCLAhealth account.

UCLA Health will be creating medical records for those faculty and staff members, as well as student employees, who are not UCLA Health patients. This will allow them to access myUCLAhealth to schedule an appointment once they have received an invitation.

Both the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines require two doses. After you receive your first dose of the vaccine, you will be prompted to return to myUCLAhealth to schedule your second dose three to four weeks later.

Reminder: As required by the University of California, all employees must complete an online education module about the vaccine. This can be done before or after receiving the vaccine.

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