The scheduling system will ask you to register. Once you do, you will receive a One-Time Password (OTP) via email to schedule. Please check your SPAM and junk folders if you do not see the email.

Read below to learn more about the vaccine clinic and what to expect during your appointment. If you have additional questions, please contact our general information line at 1-833-4-ASK-OHIO.

To ensure you have everything you need for your appointment, view our checklist here.

Vaccine fact sheets for recipients and care givers:

Things to know before your appointment

  • Masks are required. Please no exhalation valves or gaitors. If you wear these two types, we will ask you to put on a surgical mask (we will supply).
  • Wear clothing that allows easy access to your upper arm (deltoid).
  • The number of people allowed in the building at the same time is limited due to social distancing guidelines. Please note:
        • Only one person is allowed to aide you in walking through the clinic, if needed.
        • Our staff will also be available to assist.
        • More than one aide will not be allowed.
  • DO NOT come to the clinic if you don’t feel well or have been exposed to COVID-19
  • If you are unable to make your appointment:
        • A confirmation was sent to the email you provided. You will be able to cancel their appointment from there.
        • If you do not have access to email, call 1-833-4-ASK-OHIO.
        • You cannot schedule/reschedule at the clinic.
  • Do not schedule an appointment with this clinic if:
        • You have been exposed to COVID-19 in the last 14 days.
        • You have recovered from COVID-19 but it has been less than 20 days.
        • You received passive antibody therapy (monoclonal antibodies or convalescent serum) as treatment for COVID-19 in the last 90 days.
        • You have had a severe reaction after receiving a COVID-19 vaccine.

What to Expect During Your Appointment

  • Do not come to the vaccine clinic if you are sick.
  • Make sure to wear a mask. They are required.
  • Please arrive on time, but not early. If you arrive early you will need to wait in your car.
  • This is not a drive through clinic:
        • Plan to have to walk (approx. half a football field).
        • Prepare that you may have to stand for brief periods of time.
        • Wheelchairs are available on a limited basis.
        • One person is permitted to assist you at the clinic. Others will not be allowed in due to social distancing safety precautions.
        • Handicap parking spots are available.
  • Expect your appointment to take approximately 30 minutes.
  • Bring photo ID, if available. You will not be turned away if you do not have an ID.
  • At the clinic, will be given our HIPAA policy, a vaccine record card, and one of the following documents, based on the vaccine you will receive:
  • You will be asked to wait 15 minutes after your vaccination to ensure no reaction.
        • There is a seated waiting area
        • EMS will be on site
        • Some individuals may be asked to stay 20-30 minutes based on medical history
  • For Moderna and Pfizer vaccinations, you will receive an email when it is time to schedule your second dose. Johnson & Johnson vaccines only require one dose.
  • Vaccines provide another layer of protection, it is important to continue wearing a mask, avoid crowded places, maintain distance from others and wash your hands.