Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine appointments are available to our patients. Sign up for Connect today to schedule your vaccination. Continue your routine care with us by scheduling an in-person appointment or Video Visit.



  • Unfortunately, at this time vaccine appointments can ONLY be scheduled through "Connect" (Weill Cornell Connect). We will update our website as soon as this situation changes.
  • The Center on Aging and our offices do not have access to the scheduling system at the COVID Vaccination site and our staff does not have the ability to schedule patients for an appointment to be vaccinated. 
  • The Center on Aging will not be giving the vaccines in the clinic due to limitations in vaccine storage and allotted space for safe social distancing. 
  • If there are no available dates and time showing up within "Connect" (Weill Cornell Connect) online or in the app, please check back at another time or day to see if available appointment slots appear. 
  • You are highly encouraged to try to register in the community for the COVID-19 vaccine. Please see bottom for more information. 
  • You will need to receive the second vaccine at the same location that you received the first dose of your vaccine.  


1. Go to 'Visits", scroll to the bottom. 

2. Click "Schedule an Appointment" 

3. Choose "Tell us why" 

4. Choose "COVID-19 Vaccine First Dose" 

5. Complete questions as prompted. 

6. Choose Date and Time, choose Confirm 

LOCATION: Columbia Hospital Armory (168th St.) 

Please note that this is currently the ONLY dedicated location provided by New York Presbyterian for vaccine administration to patients. There are no other vaccine locations announced as of yet by the NYP hospital and the administration. 



Here are several websites you may wish to visit for vaccine scheduling:





Clinical Care

The Division of Geriatrics and Palliative Medicine health care practitioners provide comprehensive interdisciplinary geriatrics and palliative clinical services to adults both in the hospital and community, and have a strong commitment to high-quality compassionate care, promoting wellness and improving the quality of life for their patients. An overview of these Division clinical services is described below:

Geriatric Medicine

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Inpatient Care

The Division provides care to older patients through two significant inpatient care services at New-York Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical Center: 1) an Acute Care for Elders (ACE) Unit which delivers state-of-the art inpatient medical services by highly trained staff with expertise in aging, using an inter-professional team approach; and 2) a Geriatrics Consultation Service, which provides expert consultation throughout the hospital and continuity of care for hospitalized geriatric patients of the Irving Sherwood Center on Aging.

Outpatient Care

The Division's centerpiece outpatient practice, the Center on Aging, provides interdisciplinary outpatient geriatric primary medical care. Members of the care team include internists, geriatricians, a gero-psychiatrist, a geriatrics social worker and geriatrics nurse practitioners. Through its EGL House Call Program, the Division provides primary care medical services to homebound older adults, who for reasons of chronic disease or mobility impairment cannot travel to the Center on Aging. 

Palliative Medicine

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Inpatient Care

The Inpatient Palliative Care Consultation Service consists of an interdisciplinary team which provides supportive care to adult inpatients and their families in the areas of symptom management and medical treatment for those with advanced chronic illness and at the end of life. The Palliative Care Consultation Team also provides patients and families with information needed to make informed and difficult care choices, and offers psychosocial, emotional and spiritual support.

Outpatient Care

The Outpatient Palliative Care Consultation Team (physician, nurse practitioner, social worker) offers a collaborative approach in outpatient settings with oncology and other disciplines to provide patients with relief from the symptoms, pain and stress of serious illness. The specialized multidisciplinary team provides an extra layer of support to the patient’s primary physician, patients and families. The team’s goal is to alleviate physical, emotional and spiritual suffering with services available to patients receiving active treatment and to patients no longer candidates for therapy.

Through the Bereavement program, individual and family counseling and other support services (e.g., support groups, comprehensive assessment and referrals) are provided to those coping with the loss of a loved one.

Division of Geriatrics and Palliative Medicine New York-Presbyterian Hospital Weill Cornell Medicine New York, NY