COVID-19 Vaccine Provider Enrollment Information

In the United States, more than 10,000 urgent care centers serve more than 160 million patients every year. At Experity, we believe these clinics are a critical source of convenient, community-based care and play a significant role in the country’s response to COVID-19.

Experity has partnered with lobbying firm Sirona Strategies to give urgent care clinics a leading voice in how the United States responds to COVID-19 vaccinations. On this resource page, you will find the most recent updates to state guidelines and enrollment information. We will be updating this page with regular updates, so check back often to stay on top of recent news.

Below are the most recent state updates as of December 1, 2020.

  • Florida: New enrollment information page can be found here.
  • Louisiana: includes links to a critical worksite survey and provider enrollment documents.
  • Minnesota: enrollment page includes the survey and list of steps to enroll.
  • New Hampshire: information is still limited, but providers can reach out to this email for more information: dhhs.pio@dhhs.nh.gov
  • New Jersey: New Link for New Jersey Provider Enrollment.
  • New Mexico: New link to provider portal.
  • New York: NY is prioritizing local health departments and hospitals first, then nursing homes and other long term care facilities; after that, “additional providers and pharmacies will follow.” Providers should attempt to enroll through the NYSDOH’s Health Commerce System (HCS).
  • North Carolina: no new information. Sirona has reached out for an update; providers who have not been contacted already can contact the state immunization program here
  • Oregon: new link added but not a comprehensive update.
  • Washington: Information can be found here
  • Wyoming: New enrollment information can be found here.

Stay up to date on guidelines and enrollment in your state

Get the comprehensive list of state COVID-19 vaccination plans (updated as of November 18, 2020) below. In this document, you’ll find who is in charge of the vaccine plan for each state, a link to individual state plans, priority immunization sites, and the current provider enrollment process.