COVID-19 Vaccination Process
Information and FAQ

Eligible residents in Phase 1B may now schedule an appointment to receive the COVID-19 vaccine:

To schedule an appointment please call:

Waterbury HEALTH Vaccine Scheduling Center:  1-855-440-1278  

Call center hours are: 8 am to 3:30 pm.

We have enhanced the COVID-19 vaccine call center to better serve you. Please queue up by calling the phone line and we will give you the option to leave a call back number and avoid wait times.

To our valued patients:

We are taking COVID-19 vaccine appointments for the Post University site over the phone only through our
Waterbury HEALTH Vaccine Scheduling Center:  1-855-440-1278.  

Please note that we are honoring all appointment scheduled through the Vaccine Administration Management System, VAMS through March 5 at all Waterbury HEALTH Clinics. All appointments past March 5 are being scheduled via our Vaccine Scheduling Center.

If you received a first dose of vaccine at any of our clinics, we guarantee you a second dose. We now have enhanced capabilities in our system that will guarantee you a second appointment at the time you come to get your first appointment.

We are continuously working to improve our vaccine registration and vaccination processes to better serve you.

Please note that due to very high demand for the vaccine, you may experience longer than expected wait times when calling our Vaccine Scheduling Center.

Thank you for choosing Waterbury HEALTH.

Vaccine Clinic Locations


800 Country Club Road
Waterbury, CT

Drive-Through service

Naugatuck Armory

543 Rubber Ave.

Second Dose of the Vaccine

Second Dose of the Vaccine

Please note that you will receive your second dose of the vaccine where you received the first shot. 

Please bring the vaccine card from the first appointment to the second vaccine appointment.

Questions about the COVID-19 vaccine

Chief Medical Officer Dr. Justin Lundbye explains:




Vaccine Safety Information:

Information from the Federal Food and Drug Administration on the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines.