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Vaccinator Registration: Grossmont Center COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic

Fee: Free

At this time, we are no longer seeking additional volunteers at the Sharp-operated COVID-19 vaccination clinics in the South Bay, East County, central San Diego and San Marcos. We appreciate everyone who has volunteered in support of our community. We hope you will join us for future events.

In partnership with the County of San Diego and Grossmont Center, Sharp HealthCare is running a COVID-19 vaccination site in support of our community.

Volunteers are needed to perform vaccinations. In order to volunteer, you must be a licensed medical professional who is authorized to administer vaccines in California. This includes physicians, dentists, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, registered nurses, licensed vocational nurses, pharmacists and respiratory therapists. Medical students, nursing students and pharmacy students will also be considered.

A complete list of authorized licensees is available on the California Department of Public Health website.

All volunteers are now eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine on-site by completing the following steps: 

  1. Volunteers must commit to a minimum of three shifts to be eligible to receive a vaccine.
  2. Volunteers must sign up for volunteer shifts through Sharp Lends a Hand/Sharp.com.
  3. Volunteers must check in for their shift at the vaccination site with the volunteer coordinator.
  4. Volunteers can show that they have signed up for shifts by providing a copy of their confirmation email. We understand you may only be able to show two registrations due to how far out the schedules are open. Therefore, a verbal commitment for the third shift is acceptable.
  5. Volunteers will be offered the vaccine at the completion of one of their shifts, based on vaccine availability. If a vaccine is not available for a volunteer by the end of their third shift, they will be scheduled for a vaccination appointment.
  6. Volunteers will be provided information on how and where to obtain their second vaccine when they receive their first vaccine.

Licensed medical professionals are also needed as volunteer vaccinators at Sharp-operated vaccination stations in Central San Diego, Chula Vista and San Marcos. Learn More

Registration is required. We are unable to accept walk-ins at this time.

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