We understand that scheduling a COVID-19 vaccine can be confusing and frustrating. That's why we've launched a new pre-registration process for eligible vaccine recipients. This process will help you schedule an appointment for your first vaccination dose. When it's time, we'll also invite you back for your second dose. You now have two convenient ways to schedule an appointment:
- Schedule via MyCare - Individuals 65 years of age or older can schedule their appointment via our patient portal, MyCare. This is the quickest and most convenient way to schedule your appointment.
- Pre-Register for an appointment - We are keeping it simple and convenient by allowing patients to call us to pre-register for their COVID-19 vaccine. Pre-registering means that you avoid the frustration of competing to get a vaccine appointment when shipments arrive. If you are in an eligible phase, our team will pre-register you and call you back to schedule an appointment once additional vaccines arrive. The call center is temporarily closed.
Pre-Register for the COVID-19 Vaccine
Follow these quick and easy steps to pre-register for your first dose
of the COVID-19 vaccine.
Our COVID-19 vaccine call center is open 24/7. If you meet the eligibility requirements, our team will pre-register you for your first dose of the vaccine.
This Phase 1B group includes individuals who are:
- 65 years of age or older
- Law enforcement and protective services personnel
- Education and childcare providers
Please have the following items ready to pre-register:
- First and last name
- Date of birth
- Contact phone number
Step 2: We'll call you to schedule an appointment
As vaccines arrive in our community, we'll call you when appointments become available. We'll kindly make two attempts to call you to schedule your vaccine appointment. If you are not available, your name will remain in our file for the next round of vaccines. Please note, callbacks will come from 1-833-372-5640.
- Date of birth
- Phone number
- Emergency contact name and number
- Social security number
- Email address
- Allergy history
Step 3: Get vaccinated
Please bring proper identification — a state issued drivers license, state issued identification; passport or Matrícula Consular de Alta Seguridad (MCAS). For those who are not 65 or older, proof of employment will also be required.
With you, we feel the optimism for a brighter day as we work together to beat COVID-19.
With the Moderna vaccine, you should receive your second dose between 28 and 42 days after your first dose. When appointments come available that match your second dose timeframe, you will receive a notification. If you are a MyCare user, you will receive a reminder inviting you to schedule in MyCare. We will also make reminder phone call and send text messages.
If you have received your first vaccination dose, this timetable tells you when your date range for receiving your second dose:
|First Vaccination Date
||Second Dose Window
||February 25 - March 11
||February 26 - March 12
||February 27 - March 13
||March 1 - March 15
||March 3 - March 17
||March 9 - March 23
||March 10 - March 24
||March 11 - March 25
||March 12 - March 26
||March 13 - March 27
||March 24 - April 7
||March 25 - April 8
||March 26 - April 9
We open new registrations very soon after the vaccine arrives at Yuma Regional Medical Center — not when we learn an allotment is coming. There have been instances of delayed shipments, which could inconvenience and frustrate patients. This process ensures an accurate schedule for upcoming vaccine clinic days and an adequate supply. Thank you for your understanding and patience.