The COVID vaccine is the best way to ensure that a case of COVID doesn’t turn into a severe case or worse: a hospital visit.
Most Philadelphians can get access to the COVID vaccine for free with no copays through their insurance, provided where they get it is in their insurer’s network. But for people who don’t have insurance, or their insurance won’t cover the vaccine, there’s another option.
The federal government and the Health Department are working with pharmacies, clinics, and health centers to ensure that those folks can get their COVID vaccine for free. The following is a list of providers that are currently enrolled in the program. Keep an eye on this page as this list grows.
Bridge Access Program providers
|Provider||Street address||ZIP code|
|Esperanza Health Center – 5th Street||2940 N. 5th St.||19133|
|Esperanza Health Center – 6th Street||4417 N. 6th St.||19140|
|Esperanza Health Center – Allegheny||861 E. Allegheny Ave.||19134|
|PHMC – Congreso Health Center||216 W. Somerset St.||19133|
|Covenant House||251 E. Bringhurst St.||19144|
|GPHA – Chinatown Medical Services||432 N. 6th St.||19123|
|PHMC – Care Clinic||1200 Callowhill St., Suite 101||19123|
|Spectrum Community Health Center (SCHC)||5201 Haverford Ave.||19139|
|Spectrum Broad Street Health Center (BSHC)||1415 N. Broad St.||19122|
|Spectrum Cottman Avenue Health Center (CAHC)||3525 Cottman Ave.||19149|
|Philadelphia FIGHT||1207 Chestnut St.||19107|
|GPHA Southeast Health Center||800 Washington Ave.||19147|
|Stephen Klein Wellness Center||2144 Cecil B. Moore Ave.||19121|
|Broad and Snyder Pharmacy||2108 S. Broad St.||19145|
|Puentes de Salud||1700 South St.||19146|
|ASHE||2001 W. Lehigh Ave.||19132|