Your Questions Answered
Question: Once I have scheduled a vaccination appointment through UC San Diego Health, where do I find the QR code needed to check-in for the appointment?
Answer: The QR code can be found in your appointment confirmation email. Please have this confirmation e-mail and barcode available with you when you arrive for your appointment. You can print it or have it on your mobile phone. The email will be titled, “UC San Diego Health Appointment Confirmation” and it will be sent from MyUCSDChart@healthmychart.org.
Question: After I receive my first dose of the vaccine through UC San Diego Health, how does my next appointment get scheduled?
If you received your first dose through UC San Diego Health on or after Feb. 8, you will be automatically scheduled for your second dose at your first appointment. You can also log into MyUCSDChart to see your second appointment and reschedule if needed. Depending on the vaccine you get, you should receive your second dose no earlier than 21 days (for Pfizer vaccines) or 28 days (for Moderna vaccines). Learn more about vaccination scheduling here
Question: If I receive a vaccination outside of UC San Diego Health, where do I find what proof of vaccination eligibility is required to present at my appointment?
: Patients who are eligible for a vaccine may find it more convenient to schedule their vaccines elsewhere. San Diego County is partnering with numerous health care providers and organizations at locations across the region. To review what is needed to confirm vaccine eligibility for your appointment, go to San Diego County Vaccination Appointments
. Many pharmacy chains and supermarket pharmacies are also participating in the Federal Retail Pharmacy Program for COVID-19 Vaccination