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​Vaccines for Children (VFC) Program

The Vaccines for Children (VFC) Program provides vaccines to children who do not have health insurance. Children who are insured but whose insurance does not cover immunizations are also eligible to receive federally funded vaccines at public sites, including Federally Qualified Health Centers and Rural Health Clinics. For more information regarding PA’s VFC Program, contact 1-888-646-6864.

Provider Enrollment

Providers interested in enrolling in the PA VFC Program must review the VFC Provider Policies below and complete the VFC Program Policies and Guidelines Acknowledgement Form.

Once the Acknowledgement Form has been submitted, providers will be automatically directed to the PA VFC Program Provider Agreement.

PA VFC Provider Policies

Provider Training

Keys to Storing and Handling Your Vaccine Supply (web-on-demand video) – New enrollments and reactivations

You Call the Shots-Module Sixteen-Vaccines for Children Program – Primary and back-up VFC vaccine coordinators: new hires and prior to annual reenrollment each year

You Call the Shots-Module Ten-Storage and Handling – Primary and back-up VFC vaccine coordinators: new hires and prior to annual reenrollment each year

The Training and Continuing Education Online (TCEO) homepage allows users to create and access accounts. Users must have an active account to take training courses.

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.