BMS COVID-19 RESPONSE
COVID-19 Service Enhancement: TeleHealth Visits at BMS
For our patients' safety, during the coronavirus outbreak, BMS added phone and video visits (Telemedicine) with our doctors from the convenience of home. This service method was successful for patients during stay at home measures and remains an option many enjoy. Visit our Telehealth page for more information. We also call all patients prior to your visit to assist you with getting set up on the Telehealth platform.
FREE COVID-19 Vaccines Available at BMS
BMS@Bristol is accepting free vaccine appointments from any eligible member of the public. If you are 5 or over and live, work, or study in New York State, you can register for a vaccine appointment.
You can also WALK-IN to the BMS@Bristol located at 259 Bristol Street in the Health Action Center.
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If you received Dose 1 from BMS and are scheduled to receive Dose 2, we encourage you to keep your appointment. However, if you:
Need to reschedule due to an emergency
Believe your Dose 2 appointment was canceled in error
Please call us at 718-345-5000. This line is NOT for general questions about the vaccine. Please speak with your doctor for guidance.
LOST VACCINATION CARDS
You can come back to the site we can create a new one for them.
You can contact another vaccine site by using the https://vax4nyc.nyc.gov/patient/s/ website. That site should be able to create one for you. However, it's probably best to call the facility before going to make sure they are capable of accessing their personal vaccine record.
You can Sign up for the NYC Excelsior Pass.
BMS offers COVID-19 rapid swab testing FREE on a walk-in basis!
This service is available at our BMS@Bristol Location at 259 Bristol Street, Brooklyn NY 11212 in Brownsville Mondays and Wednesday to Friday 9am to 4pm.
Everything you need to know about Corona Virus, how it is transmitted and how vaccines can protect us. Check out the latest information from the NYC Department of Health