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​Vaccines for Children Program (VFC)

Any providers interested in enrolling in the COVID-19 Vaccination Program, please visit the COVID-19 Vaccine Providers webpage.

The Vaccine for Children Program (VFC) provides vaccinations to children who do not have health insurance or children who are insured but the insurance does not cover immunizations (underinsured). These children are eligible to receive federally funded vaccines at public sites, including Federally Qualified Health Centers and Rural Health Clinics. For more information, call the Vaccines for Children program: 1-888-646-6864.

VFC Program Enrollment and Policies

Provider Enrollment

  • To complete the reenrollment process, providers must review the VFC Program policies below, complete the VFC Policy Acknowledgement electronic form. You will then be directed to the Provider Enrollment Agreement.  
  • To ensure the necessary information is prepared and available to be entered into the VFC Provider Agreement electronic form, the Provider Agreement (pdf) can be used as a guide to help identify the information required by the reenrollment process. Reenrollment must be completed using the electronic form. Please do not submit the PDF.

PA VFC Provider Policies

  1. Pennsylvania Division of Immunizations - Federal Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP)
  2. Pennsylvania Division of Immunizations - Fraud and Abuse
  3. Pennsylvania Division of Immunizations - Provider Enrollment
  4. Pennsylvania Division of Immunizations - Vaccine Administration & Documentation
  5. Pennsylvania Division of Immunizations - VFC Eligibility & Billing
  6. Pennsylvania Division of Immunizations - 317 Vaccine Policy
  7. Pennsylvania Division of Immunizations - Vaccines for Children Program Storage and Handling Provider Requirements

Vaccines for Children Training

Influenza Information

The program orders influenza vaccine each year in preparation for the influenza season. The influenza vaccine is for distribution to state health centers, county-municipal health departments, federally qualified health centers, rural health clinics and private VFC providers. Influenza vaccine obtained through the department may only be provided to those persons 6 months of age and older who are eligible to receive PA VFC vaccines.

Immunization Organizations and Links

Vaccine Manufacturers Information

AstraZeneca
1-800-236-9933

Dynavax
1-877-848-5100

GlaxoSmithKline
1-800-245-1040

Grifols
1-888-474-3657


Merck
1-800-444-2080
 
Pfizer
1-800-879-3477
 
Sanofi
1-800-981-2491
 
Seqirus
1-855-358-8966


Questions?

Please contact the VFC Program at 1-888-646-6864 or RA-pavfc@pa.gov.