Becoming a COVID-19 Vaccine Provider
Part 6: If You Want to Use Pfizer
Helpful topics to consider if you want to use Pfizer.
Providers can order Pfizer through NMSIIS in amounts of 1170 doses or 450 doses. Pfizer can be stored until expiration in an ultra low freezer or for 31 days in the refrigerator.
For providers who want a smaller number of Pfizer doses, they can obtain vaccine through “redistribution” from a provider who has ultra low storage capacity.
Preparing for the Pfizer Vaccine
It is critical that healthcare professionals and personnel are familiar with the specific guidance for vaccine storage, handling, preparation, and administration that are unique for the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine.
Special Note to Pediatric Providers:
COVID-19 vaccine can be co-administered with other childhood and adolescent vaccines.
Interim Clinical Considerations for Use of COVID-19 Vaccines | CDC
How To Obtain Pfizer Vaccine at a “Redistribution” Hub Site
To pick up vaccine, you need to be a COVID-19 Vaccine Provider
Pick up Procedures Link:
List of Current Pfizer Hub Providers:
ULT Hub Site Locations
- NE Public Health Office, Santa Fe County-Dawn Aldridge, 505-476-2622
- Christus St. Vincent, Santa Fe County-Christine Atwell, 505-913-5522
- Arthritis New Mexico, Bernalillo County-Art Snyder, 575-532-5934
- Rio Grande Family Medicine, Bernalillo County-David Hsi, 505-224-7400 ext.238
- SW Public Health Office, Dona Ana County-Valerie Duenas-575-528-5024
- Gerald Champion Regional Medical, Otero County-Kerry Bolin 575-443-7847
- Holy Cross Hospital, Taos County-Tamara Brown, 575-737-3377
- Clinica La Esperanza, Bernalillo County-Fabian Ortega, 505-489-4421
- Guadalupe County Hospital, Guadalupe County-Mandelyn Cordova, 575-472-3417 ext.120
- Midtown Public Health Office, Bernalillo County-Erica Flores, 505-383-0154
- Roswell Public Health Office, Chaves County-Debra Belyeu-Haeny, 575-624-6050 ext.6151