Beverly Hospital is proud to be holding COVID-19 vaccination clinics to administer first doses of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine to eligible community members. There will be no charge to receive the vaccine. Supply is limited and will be administered to those who register on a first registered first served basis. No walk-ins will be allowed. Please do not make an appointment if you do not meet the current eligibility criteria.

Our COVID-19 Vaccination appointment registration is closed. Please check back at a later time. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused.

To receive the vaccine, you must meet the following requirements:

  • Be an individual 65 years of age or over AND resident in the Montebello or surrounding community (there will be no exceptions)
  • OR be a Phase 1B tier worker AND resident of/or work in the Montebello or surrounding community (see below for who is included in this group)

Please Note:

  • Registration required. Supply is limited and will be administered to those who register on a first registered first served basis
  • A photo ID is required when checking in to receive the vaccine
  • For Phase 1B Workers: Bring your employee ID/recent paystub/or see below for other forms of employment verification in addition to your photo ID.
  • No walk-ins will be allowed

Find other vaccination opportunities at

Vaccine Clinic Location:
Beverly Hospital, Basement Level Conference Rooms 309 W. Beverly Blvd., Montebello 90640

Vaccine Clinic Location (Friday, March 5 ONLY):
Beverly Hospital Guild House, 100 East Harding Ave., Montebello 90640
(across the parking lot from main hospital entrance)

For Any Questions:
For more information or questions, please email

For Those Without Computer Access or With Disabilities

For those without computer access or with disabilities that make it difficult to register online, Beverly Hospital has set up a registration hotline. Please see the following information:


Hotline Hours:

Monday – Friday

9:00am – 4:00pm

Frequently Asked Questions

  • I can’t find my confirmation email. What do I do?

    • Please wait about 5 minutes. Your email may have a delayed delivery.
    • Check your spam/junk mail folder.
    • Search “Beverly Hospital” in your email.
  • Who is included in Phase 1B workers?

    • Individuals who work in any role in the following Education and Child Care settings:
      • All formal and informal childcare workers, including day care providers
        • Private nannies and babysitters are not eligible
      • All staff in colleges, universities, junior colleges, community colleges and other postsecondary education facilities
      • All staff in educational support services and administration
      • All staff in Pre-kindergarten, elementary, middle and high schools
      • All staff in technical and trade schools
      • Any other workers involved in child and/or student care, including school bus drivers and monitors, crosswalk guards, etc.
    • Individuals who work in any role in the Emergency Services & Food and Agriculture Sectors from CA Essential Workforce list
    • Individuals working in a restaurant

    Please go to the following website for additional information on the CA Essential Workforce list:

  • I am a Phase 1B worker, do I need to bring any proof of my employment status to my appointment?

    Yes. You will need to bring proof of phase 1B employment status. Please bring 1 or both of the following:

  • I am a community member who is currently not 65 years old. I will be turning 65 later this year, can I make an appointment?

    At the moment, community members must be 65 years old at time of registration. We are unable to make any exceptions.

  • I don’t have an employee number. What do I do?

    For community members registering: Enter “00000” for Employee Number and “None” for Department

  • Will I be charged to receive the vaccine?

    No. The vaccine will be free of charge.

  • Which vaccine are you offering? Is it safe?

    Beverly Hospital will be offering the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine. The vaccine is safe and effective:

  • Will the vaccine give me COVID-19?

    No. The Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine does not contain the live virus that causes COVID-19. This means that this vaccine cannot make you sick with COVID-19.

  • Can I get the Pfizer vaccine as my 1st dose and the Moderna vaccine as my 2nd dose or vice versa?

    No. COVID-19 vaccines should not be mixed. Both doses of the vaccine series should be done with vaccines from the same manufacturer. This is because the safety and effectiveness of doing a mixed product series has not been fully evaluated.

  • I previously had and have fully recovered from COVID-19, should I still take the vaccine?

    Yes, you should still get vaccinated. It is recommended and safe to do so. This is because it is still being researched on how long your own antibodies can protect you after recovering from COVID-19. Although rare, it is possible that you could be infected with the virus that causes COVID-19 again.

    If you have any other concerns regarding this, please reach out to your primary care provider.

  • What should I expect at my appointment?

    You will enter through Beverly Hospital’s front lobby and be screened. From there, you will be directed to our vaccination clinic which is downstairs in our basement.

    Once at the clinic, you will check in. When it is your turn, the provider will speak with you to answer any questions. From there, they will disinfect the injection site and administer the vaccine. You will then be given a vaccination card and asked to sit down for 15 minutes so we may you monitor for any immediate reactions to the vaccine. After time is up, you may leave.

  • What should I do with my vaccination card?

    Keep your vaccination card in a safe place. You will need it when you go get your 2nd dose. We highly suggest taking a picture of the front and back just in case.

  • What are the side effects of the COVID-19 vaccine? How long do they last? What should I know?

    You may experience some side effects after receiving the vaccine. They can range from mild to moderate and can occur within the first three days after vaccination. They typically resolve within a few days.
    Reported side effects include:

    • Injection site pain, swelling, and or redness
    • Fever
    • Fatigue/Sleepiness
    • Headache
    • Muscle and or joint pain
    • Chills
    • Nausea

    For more information, check out the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) “What to Expect after Getting a COVID-19 Vaccine”:

  • Do I still need to wear a mask after receiving the 1st and or 2nd vaccine dose?

    Yes. It is recommended by the CDC to continue wearing a mask, practicing social distancing, and doing all that we can to help stop this pandemic. The vaccine will help your immune system fight off the virus. Masking, social distancing, and washing your hands will help lower your chances of exposure of the virus or spreading it to others such as your loved ones.

  • I have a question that wasn’t answered here. What should I do?

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    If your question still hasn’t been answered, please email us at: