Schedule a COVID-19 Vaccination

Use the tool below to find out if you are eligible and schedule a COVID-19 vaccine at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago, Rush Copley Medical Center in Aurora or Rush Oak Park Hospital in Oak Park. Based on guidelines from the Chicago and Illinois Departments of Public Health, eligible people include those who are 12 years of age or older at the time the first dose appointment is scheduled. However, we are currently only able to vaccinate 12- to 17-year-olds at Rush University Medical Center and Rush Copley Medical Center. Please note that this scheduling tool is only for first-dose appointments. If you need a second-dose appointment and do not have one scheduled, please call us at (888) 352-7874.

Are you a Rush University Medical Center or Rush Oak Park Hospital employee?

Have you received a first dose of a COVID vaccine?

Are you currently 18 years of age or older?
Please note that we are not able to offer vaccine appointments for 12- to 17-year-olds at Rush Oak Park Hospital.

Where do you want to receive your vaccine?

Where do you want to receive your vaccine?

I agree to cancel or reschedule my COVID-19 vaccine appointment under the following circumstances:

  1. If I test positive for COVID-19 10 days prior to the vaccination appointment date.
  2. If I develop symptoms of COVID-19 within 10 days of my appointment including cough, fever, shortness of breath, body aches/fatigue, loss of smell or taste, headache or runny nose.
  3. If I have been directly exposed to COVID-19 within 10 days of my appointment (According to the CDC, direct exposure results from being within 6 feet of someone with a confirmed positive COVID-19 result for more than 15 minutes.).

We need to confirm a few legal items prior to scheduling.

  1. I have read and understood the Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) Fact Sheet for Recipients and Caregivers. Pfizer Fact Sheet (English | Spanish).
  2. I have read and agree with all the terms and conditions of the acknowledgments, release of liability and consent in the COVID-19 Vaccine Administration Record and Informed Consent for Health Care Personnel. View the consent form (English | Spanish).

We need to confirm a few legal items prior to scheduling.

  1. I legally attest that I am 18 years of age or older. I attest and confirm, under penalty of perjury, that the information I have submitted for vaccination is true and accurate.
  2. I have read and understood the Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) Fact Sheet for Recipients and Caregivers. Pfizer Fact Sheet (English | Spanish). Moderna Fact Sheet (English | Spanish).
  3. I have read and agree with all the terms and conditions of the acknowledgments, release of liability and consent in the COVID-19 Vaccine Administration Record and Informed Consent for Health Care Personnel. View the consent form (English | Spanish).

We need to confirm a few legal items prior to scheduling.

  1. I have read and understood the Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) Fact Sheet for Recipients and Caregivers. Pfizer Fact Sheet (English | Spanish).
  2. I have read and agree with all the terms and conditions of the acknowledgments, release of liability and consent in the COVID-19 Vaccine Administration Record and Informed Consent for Health Care Personnel. View the consent form (English | Spanish).

Have you ever had a severe allergic reaction (e.g., anaphylaxis) to any vaccination?

You are Eligible

Based on your responses, you are eligible to receive the vaccine at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago.

Please note that appointment availability is dependent on a number of factors, including vaccine availability at Rush. If no appointments are available, please check back again soon or visit the Chicago Department of Public Health site for more information about where to receive a vaccine.

Once you’ve scheduled your appointment, we encourage you to create a MyChart account for a smooth check in process and to receive the most up to date information about your appointment.

You are Eligible

Based on your responses, you are eligible to receive the vaccine at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago.

Important: Since you are under the age of 18, a legal parent/guardian must accompany you to your vaccine appointment. The parent/guardian must be present to sign the consent form at check-in. If you are emancipated, homeless or a ward of the state, you must provide documentation in order to consent yourself. Pregnant, married or parent minors may also consent themselves.

Please note that appointment availability is dependent on a number of factors, including vaccine availability at Rush. If no appointments are available, please check back again soon or visit the Chicago Department of Public Health site for more information about where to receive a vaccine.

Once you’ve scheduled your appointment, we encourage you to create a MyChart account for a smooth check in process and to receive the most up to date information about your appointment.

We Appreciate Your Interest

Based on your response, you are currently not eligible to receive the vaccine. For more information on vaccine availability, please visit the Chicago Department of Public Health and Illinois Department of Public Health websites. For vaccine information specific to Rush, view our vaccine page.

You are Eligible

Rush employees should schedule their COVID-19 vaccine appointments by navigating to MyChart and going to Visits > Schedule an appointment > “COVID Vaccine”. If you do not have a MyChart account, you can create one for free by visiting the MyChart registration page and choosing “Verify Identity with a Third Party" to answer questions and create an account. If you have issues accessing MyChart, please call the helpline at (312) 563-6600.

You are Eligible

Based on your responses, you are eligible to receive the vaccine at Rush Oak Park Hospital in Oak Park.

Please note that appointment availability is dependent on a number of factors, including vaccine availability at Rush. If no appointments are available, please check back again soon or visit the Chicago Department of Public Health and Illinois Department of Public Health websites for more information about where to receive a vaccine.

Once you’ve scheduled your appointment, we encourage you to create a MyChart account for a smooth check in process and to receive the most up to date information about your appointment.

If you have received a first dose of a COVID vaccine, we may be able to provide you a second dose. Please call (888) 352-7874 for second dose-only availability. Please be ready to provide the date and type of your first vaccine.

Based on your responses, you are eligible to receive the vaccine at Rush Copley Medical Center in Aurora.

Please note that appointment availability is dependent on a number of factors, including vaccine availability at Rush. If no appointments are available, please check back again soon or visit the Illinois Department of Public Health site for more information about where to receive a vaccine.

Once you’ve scheduled your appointment, we encourage you to create a MyChart account for a smooth check in process and to receive the most up to date information about your appointment.

Based on your responses, you are eligible to receive the vaccine at Rush Copley Medical Center in Aurora.

Important: Since you are under the age of 18, a legal parent/guardian must accompany you to your vaccine appointment. The parent/guardian must be present to sign the consent form at check-in. If you are emancipated, homeless or a ward of the state, you must provide documentation in order to consent yourself. Pregnant, married or parent minors may also consent themselves.

Please note that appointment availability is dependent on a number of factors, including vaccine availability at Rush. If no appointments are available, please check back again soon or visit the Illinois Department of Public Health site for more information about where to receive a vaccine.

Once you’ve scheduled your appointment, we encourage you to create a MyChart account for a smooth check in process and to receive the most up to date information about your appointment.

NOTE: This tool is not a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Answers will not be saved or reviewed. If you're experiencing a medical emergency, call 911 or your local emergency service.

Please review the Pfizer fact sheet (English | Spanish) or the Moderna fact sheet (English | Spanish), and the vaccine consent form (English | Spanish) before scheduling your appointment.

Once you’ve scheduled your appointment, we encourage you to create a MyChart account for a smooth check-in process and to receive the most up-to-date information about your appointment.

Rolling out vaccine distribution will take time and patience. If you do not see any available appointments, we do not have any appointments at this time — and we do not accept walk-ins. We will continue to add new appointment times in conjunction with our weekly vaccine allocation.

The best way to check for appointment availability is to check back here or log on to MyChart.