Frequently Asked Questions
COVID-19 diagnostic testing for active infection is available to current patients and members of the public at sites across the Bay Area. Some testing locations require a doctor’s order and/or appointment.
COVID-19 antibody testing is also available. Antibody testing requires a doctor’s order and takes place at a blood draw labratory. Contact your care team for more information.
Everyone age 12 and older is eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine.
Individuals who are aged 12-17 can also schedule their vaccination with Stanford Children’s Health.
Visit our vaccine website for the very latest information.
Second doses are scheduled on-site after the first dose is administered. If you have received a first dose at Stanford and did not schedule a second dose, please call 650-498-9000 to schedule a second dose appointment at Stanford Health Care.
We recommend that you receive your second vaccine dose at the same facility where you received the first dose. If this is not possible, second doses will be accommodated at Stanford Health Care with proof of vaccine record, even if the first dose was received at a different facility. Please call 650-498-9000 to schedule a second dose appointment at Stanford Health Care.
We are not able to provide replacements for lost vaccine cards. You can get a copy of the record if you got the vaccine at a site run by Stanford Health Care. To get a copy:
Call the medical records office at Stanford Health Care in Palo Alto: 650-723-5721
If you have a MyHealth account, you can log in to a computer and print out your record. It won't print from the MyHealth app on a smartphone, unfortunately.
Page Updated: 8/18/2021