Closely review the information below and use our online scheduler to book your COVID-19 vaccine appointment.
Next Tier Connect Monroeville Vaccine Appointments
- Two dose vaccines: Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna vaccines are administered in two doses. This means you will have to return for a second appointment 3 or 4 weeks after your first appointment.
- One dose vaccines: Johnson & Johnson (J&J) vaccine is administered in one dose. This means you will only need to attend one vaccine appointment.
What you need to know before you book
- For age 16 and 17, Pfizer-BioNTech is the only vaccine approved for your age range. For assistance in scheduling for a Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine, call (412) DOCTORS (412) 362-8677. You will also need a parent or guardian to attend your appointments with you to provide consent for the vaccination.
- If you are receiving a two dose vaccine, your second dose appointment will be automatically scheduled onsite when you receive your first dose. Your second dose appointment will be at the same time and day of the week, and it will be scheduled three to four weeks after your first dose appointment, depending on which vaccine version you receive. You must be able to go to both appointments in order to schedule your first.
- Your first and second dose appointments will be at the same vaccine clinic. Keep that in mind when choosing a location.
- You’ll be asked to show a valid ID at your appointment. If you don’t fit our current criteria and still schedule a vaccine appointment, you’ll be asked to reschedule once supply is available.
- Appointments are for one person only.
- If you’re scheduling for a loved one, fill out the scheduler with their personal and medical information, not yours.
- If you need to cancel, log in to MyChart and go to the Appointments section. Don’t have a MyChart account? Sign up for one and manage your appointments.
A few health considerations
- If you have had an allergic reaction to any vaccine, tell the vaccination care team when you arrive.
- If you had Coronavirus in the past 90 days, you must have fully recovered and no longer show symptom to receive the vaccine.
- If you received monoclonal antibodies or convalescent plasma as part of COVID-19 treatment, you should wait at least 90 days after treatment to get the vaccine.
- If you’re pregnant, think you’re pregnant, or you’re breastfeeding, please talk to your OB-GYN before getting the vaccine.
- If you recently received another vaccine — for example, a shingles or Tdap shot — you need to wait 14 days before receiving a COVID-19 vaccine.
Schedule your COVID-19 vaccine appointment
Choose the date and time below that work best for you. You’ll receive directions to the location after you book.
Upcoming vaccine schedule
Johnson & Johnson - One Dose Vaccine
April 9 and 10
Pfizer-BioNTech - Two Dose Vaccine
April 12 and 26
Monroeville - Next Tier Connect
If you receive an error message, that means there are no available times at the location you selected. Try searching at another facility or check back soon — new appointments are added as we receive supply.
What happens next?
- If you schedule as a guest for yourself, you’ll get an email from MyChart confirming your appointment. You can sign up for MyChart at any time to track, change, and check in on your appointment.
- If you schedule as a guest for a loved one, the confirmation will be sent to the loved one’s email address. Your loved one can sign up for MyChart at any time to track, change, and check in on your appointment.
- If you schedule using your MyChart account, your appointment information will automatically sync to your account. You’ll be reminded of your appointment and be able to track, change, and check in when ready.
Vaccine questions? We have answers.
Things are moving very quickly with the vaccine, and information seems to be changing daily. For updates on vaccine eligibility and answers on safety, take a look at our FAQ page.