COVID-19 Vaccine Now Authorized for Ages 12 to 15
Everyone in Tennessee age 12 and older can now get a COVID-19 vaccine. You can schedule an appointment today with Vanderbilt Health, even if you or your child haven't been a patient with Vanderbilt before.
Use one of the links below to find an appointment that works for you. Or call 888-312-0847.
If you don't see an appointment that is convenient for you, check back. We add new appointments as we get new shipments of vaccine.
Teens and adolescents younger than 18 must be with a parent or guardian, who can get their vaccine at the same time.
We'll bill your insurance for a small fee to help cover costs of giving you the shot. But you won't get a bill, even if you don't have insurance.
We're scheduling COVID-19 vaccination at 2 locations in Nashville:
- For those age 12 to 18 at Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital
- For all ages 12 and older at Vanderbilt Health One Hundred Oaks
We're giving the Pfizer vaccine in these locations. This is the only vaccine approved for those age 12 to 15. The second dose is given 21 days after the first.
What if I don't live in or near Nashville?
Our 3 community hospitals are working with local health departments in Wilson, Bedford and Coffee counties to give COVID-19 vaccines.
Vanderbilt Wilson County Hospital is giving vaccines to anyone age 12 and older. Vanderbilt Bedford and Vanderbilt Tullahoma-Harton hospitals are giving vaccines to age 16 and older.
Schedule your vaccine at these links:
Vanderbilt Wilson County Hospital is also giving vaccines on a first-come, first-serve basis, Monday-Friday, 8 am to 11:30 am 1 pm to 4:30 pm, as long as supplies are available. Go to the main entrance of the hospital for screening and registration.
You can also find vaccine appointments at pharmacies, clinics and other locations at VaccineFinder.org.