Schedule a COVID-19 Vaccination

Rancho Pharmacy is now offering COVID-19 Vaccines!

Scroll down to learn more and make an appointment. Appointments are required.

MASKS are Mandatory When Entering the Pharmacy. 

Beginning April 15, 2021, every Californian age 16 and older will become eligible for COVID-19 vaccines. Keep in mind that currently only the Pfizer vaccine has EUA for 16 and up. (Moderna and Johnson & Johnson are currently EUA for 18 and up)

CDC & FDA Has Approved Johnson & Johnson Vaccine

On April 23, 2021, ACIP reaffirmed its interim recommendation for use of the Janssen COVID-19 vaccine in all persons aged ≥18 years under the Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) Emergency Use Authorization (EUA). CDC and FDA had recommended a pause in the use of the Janssen COVID-19 vaccine on April 13, 2021 after reports of U.S. cases of thrombosis with thrombocytopenia syndrome (TTS) among Janssen COVID-19 recipients. TTS is a rare syndrome that involves acute venous or arterial thrombosis and new onset thrombocytopenia in patients with no recent known exposure to heparin. The FDA’s EUA now includes a warning that rare clotting events might occur after vaccination, primarily among women aged 18–49 years.

Provider and patient education about this warning is critical to ensure that women aged <50 years are aware of the increased risk for TTS after receipt of the Janssen COVID-19 vaccine and the availability of other FDA-authorized COVID-19 vaccines (i.e., mRNA vaccines).

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The Benefits & Risks of the Johnson & Johnson Vaccine

Understand the risks and benefits of receiving the single-dose Johnson & Johnson covid-19 vaccine, which may prevent you from getting covid-19. It is your choice to receive this vaccine.

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Steps to follow to Register and complete your vaccination:

Step 1

If registering for a Monday-Friday appointment skip to step 2. If registering for a weekend appointment, Click Here. You will be redirected to a HIPAA compliant form to register for a time and to upload your health insurance card. (Vaccines are Free regardless of insurance). You will then complete steps 2 thru 8 at the pharmacy when you arrive.


Step 2

If you are signing up Monday-Friday you will be signing up through a secure website (Health Mart COVID-19) to schedule your appointment. Through Health Mart you will need to create an account. Each person receiving a vaccine will need their own account. This site is where you will receive your vaccination record and also obtain the EUA information sheet for your vaccine.


Step 3

Complete the COVID-19 Assessment.


Step 4

If you are eligible for a vaccine, type 91941 for zip code, AND select RANCHO PHARMACY(location), date, and time for your appointment.


Step 5

DOWNLOAD and PRINT your vaccine voucher  and take it with you to the vaccine site. Your voucher is confirmation of your appointment.

Vaccine voucher is only valid for the date printed on the voucher.


Step 6

Please arrive at the pharmacy on time for your appointment and not earlier than 5 minutes prior to your appointment. Bring your vaccine voucher, photo ID and phone. If you arrive earlier than 5 min before your appointment, we recommend you to wait in your car as there is only a limited number of people allowed in the pharmacy at a given period of time.


Step 7

When you arrive at the pharmacy you will be asked to sign in. A pharmacy member will verify your information. Please have your ID ready as vaccines may not be administered without proper identification to ensure age eligibility is appropriate for vaccine administration (18 and up for Moderna & Janssen/J&J).


Step 8

Administration of the vaccine will take place in a designated area in the pharmacy. A trained Pharmacist will administer the vaccine.


Step 9

Once vaccinated you will be asked to wait 15 minutes or 30 minutes depending on medical history. If needed (for the  Moderna Vaccine) your second appointment will be scheduled immediately after vaccination.

Check your email as documentation of your vaccination will be sent to the email that was utilized for Health Mart registration.

Frequently Asked Questions

Due to time constraints with the administration of the vaccine, we are unable to accept walk-ins. We encourage you to join our waiting list. By joining our waitlist via our website your prioritized to receive a call if there are no-shows or extra doses that day.

Yes. Click Here to schedule for appointments on Saturday between 8 am to 10 am and 1pm to 6 pm AND Sunday 8am to 6 pm.

At this time we are expecting to either be carrying Johnson & Johnson or Moderna. We do not expect to be carrying the Pfizer vaccine. 

We will be only administering one type of vaccine per day. Join our email list to stay up to date with the type of vaccine we will be administering that day. The type of vaccine being administered will depend on allocations from the Federal/State. 

If no appointments are available, this means that we are either completely booked or currently out of the vaccine. You will want to join our waitlist in the event that an opening does occur.

Log onto the Health Mart portal (hyperlink this please). Your vaccination record will appear under COVID-19 Vaccine. Click the date and pop up with your vaccination record will appear.