Schedule Your COVID-19 Vaccine Today

Tennesseans age 16 and older are eligible to get COVID-19 vaccines. You can schedule yours today with Vanderbilt Health, even if you've not been a patient with Vanderbilt before. Teens under 18 must be with a parent or guardian, who can get their shot at the same time.

Use one of the links below to find an appointment that works for you. Or call 888-312-0847.

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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. 

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 giving vaccines at 2 locations in Nashville: at Vanderbilt University Medical Center on 21st Avenue and at Vanderbilt Health One Hundred Oaks.


What if I don't live in or near Nashville?

Our three community hospitals are working with local health departments in Wilson, Bedford and Coffee counties to give COVID-19 vaccines.

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



Learn more about COVID-19 vaccines

You can feel good about getting your COVID-19 vaccine by learning more. Here are some resources from Vanderbilt Health and other trusted experts.

What to do after your COVID-19 vaccine

After your first shot, we encourage you to register for V-safe.

V-safe is a smartphone tool made by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). It’s for people who’ve gotten their COVID-19 vaccines. The tool is a great way to help us all learn more about the vaccine.

How V-safe works:

  • It uses text messaging and web surveys to check how you’re doing after you get your shots.
  • You can use it to tell the CDC about any side effects you have after either shot. Based on what you say, they may call you back to learn more about what’s going on.
  • It can also send you reminders about your second vaccine dose.

Learn more and sign up here.