We expect to receive 2023-2024 COVID-19 vaccines by early-October, at which time scheduling will become available. Thank you for your patience and understanding.

Ways to schedule your COVID-19 vaccine or booster appointment

Vaccine appointments are currently unavailable until we receive the updated COVID-19 vaccines. Individuals 6 months and older are eligible to get vaccinated. Contact your primary care provider to learn more.

Schedule Online with MyChart

Log in to MyChart to schedule your appointment for first dose or booster/third doses.

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Schedule Online without MyChart

Schedule as a guest. Only for first dose appointments.

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Call to Schedule

Schedule over the phone Monday-Friday 8 a.m.-5 p.m.


COVID-19 vaccinations for children

COVID-19 vaccines are recommended for children 6 months and older. The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center, Nationwide Children's Hospital, Columbus Public Health and many local retail pharmacies in Ohio offer the pediatric vaccines.

How to schedule vaccinations for children:

Pediatric patients (typically up to the ages of 18 or 21) or their parents can contact their physicians to schedule an appointment for a pediatric COVID-19 vaccine through one of the following methods:

Frequently asked questions about the COVID-19 vaccine

Do you need the vaccine if you’ve already had COVID-19?

  • It’s still recommended that you get a COVID-19 vaccine even if you’ve previously been infected with COVID-19.

Is the COVID-19 vaccine safe?

  • Yes. The vaccine is deemed to be safe based upon a rigorous evaluation of currently available scientific evidence. Vaccination is the best way to protect yourself, your family and other loved ones from COVID-19.

Who needs a COVID-19 booster?

  • Studies show that COVID-19 vaccine protection decreases over time. A booster vaccine gives you more protection, especially against severe illness or death. To learn if you’re eligible for a booster vaccine, contact your primary care provider.

Can you get sick with COVID-19 from the vaccine?

  • No, it’s not possible to get COVID-19 from any of its vaccines. The vaccines use only a part of the virus — the spike protein — which can’t cause COVID-19. Learn more from our experts.
More info about the COVID-19 vaccine

More info about the COVID-19 vaccine

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