BJC HealthCare vaccination

BJC HealthCare is now vaccinating the public on the Medical Campus and at Christian Hospital. A third site is planned for Memorial Hospital Belleville in mid-February. The ability to vaccinate is dependent on the limited vaccine supply from the state.

Pre-registration

Washington University employees: Please register through your emailed invitation.

Patients and community members may now pre-register for vaccination with BJC HealthCare and Washington University Physicians. People who pre-register will be contacted when their eligibility window opens and the vaccine is available.

Many counties and other health systems are also offering pre-registration. You are encouraged to pre-register with multiple providers and take the first opportunity to be vaccinated.

Pre-register online

Pre-register online with BJC HealthCare and Washington University Physicians.

Pre-register by phone

Individuals without Internet access can pre-register over the phone by calling the COVID-19 Vaccine Line at 314-273-1252, 8 am – 4 pm, Monday – Friday. Hold times may be long.

View the Public Vaccination FAQ Guide »


State and county vaccination

Preregistration

Eligibility and availability

Missouri will move to the next phase of its COVID-19 vaccination plan on March 15, making approximately 550,000 more residents eligible to receive a vaccine. Phase 1B – Tier 3 comprises essential workers, including teachers. However, significant progress must still be made toward completing Phase 1B – Tier 2 before St. Louis health-care systems will be prepared to begin vaccinating the next tier. Phase 1B – Tier 2 includes individuals ages 65 and above, and individuals between 16-65 with underlying health conditions that predispose them to complications or death from COVID-19.