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.
View a PDF of the Pennsylvania Immunization Program Provider Agreement to use as a reference when completing the electronic application form. All applications must be submitted using the electronic form.
*Specialty care providers including, but not limited to, pharmacists and urgent care centers must meet at least one the following need-based criteria to be eligible to apply for the PA VFC Program:
- located in a Health Professional Shortage Area for Primary Care;
- located in a Medically Underserved Area; or
- located in a geographic gap in VFC coverage (no other VFC providers within a 30-minute travel radius).
To determine eligibility prior to applying, specialty care providers can contact the VFC Program Manager, currently Julie Myers, by email email@example.com. Please include site name and address.
Please note, pharmacists, urgent care centers, and school-located vaccination clinics must agree to vaccinate all "walk-in" VFC-eligible children, in addition to meeting all general VFC requirements.
PA Immunization Program Provider Policies
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
Please contact the VFC Program at 1-888-646-6864 or RAfirstname.lastname@example.org.