⚠ COVID-19 INFORMATION: Vaccine Information, Other Resources 

COVID-19 Vaccine Appointment Information

Lurie Children’s is no longer offering COVID-19 vaccines.

  • Our Vaccine Clinic will offer two additional vaccination dates on November 23 and December 2 to complete primary series for individuals who already have a scheduled appointment.
  • Vaccines are still available at Town & Country Pediatrics, Chicago Area Pediatrics, Lurie Children's Pediatrics in Uptown, and Lurie Children's Pediatrics at Deming during existing appointments. 
  • Retail pharmacies can vaccinate individuals aged 3 years and older. 
  • Click here to find COVID-19 vaccines near you. 

How to Schedule Your Vaccine Appointment

Town & Country Pediatrics

COVID-19 vaccines are available to Lurie Children’s Primary Care – Town & Country Pediatrics (LCPC-TCP) patients at our locations. Please click here for more information or follow LCPC-TCP on Facebook and Instagram for updates. 

Advanced General Pediatrics at Uptown 

COVID-19 vaccines will be available to Advanced General Pediatrics and Primary Care patients at Uptown. Please contact our office at 312.227.2610 with any questions or to schedule an appointment.   

Advanced General Pediatrics at Deming

COVID-19 vaccines are available to Advanced General Pediatrics and Primary Care patients at our Clark/Deming Outpatient Center on Mondays and Wednesdays.  Please click here to schedule an appointment at that site. 

Chicago Area Pediatrics 

COVID-19 vaccines are available to Chicago Area Pediatrics patients. Please contact our office at 312.227.1160 with any questions or to schedule an appointment. 

If you are not an established patient and are seeking a vaccine appointment, please refer to the resources listed below. The vaccine will also be available at local pharmacies in the city and suburbs.


Frequently Asked Questions

If your child has recently had COVID-19 or has been exposed to someone with COVID-19, you should wait at least until out of isolation or quarantine before receiving the vaccine, which is typically around 2 weeks after exposure or infection. After a recent COVID-19 infection, it is safe to wait up to 60-90 days after infection to receive the vaccine.

Yes, COVID-19 vaccine can be given at the same time as other vaccines, including influenza. If you recently received another vaccine, you can receive the COVID-19 vaccine as soon as it is available.  

You will receive the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) vaccination card at your vaccine appointment. If you lose the vaccination card and: 

  1. You have a MyChart account, a copy of your vaccine information will be sent to your account following your appointment.
    • Log into MyChart at mychart.luriechildrens.org. 
    • Open the menu on the left. 
    • Under My Record, click Health Summary.   
    • Click on the Immunizations tab. 
    • Your COVID-19 vaccination record will be listed.

To sign up for a MyChart account, go to mychart.luriechildrens.org.  

  1. You do not have a MyChart account, you can ask for a copy of your vaccine record. To do this, fill out the Authorization for Release of Medical Information form (English | Spanish). 

Additional Resources

For more information about the vaccine and how to prepare your child for the vaccine, please refer to the resources below: