Miami Valley vaccines: Johnson & Johnson vaccinations resume in Montgomery County this week

MIAMI VALLEY — All Ohioans aged 16 and older are now eligible to sign up for appointments and receive shots.

“We are really in a race at this point,” Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine said. “The quicker you get it, the quicker we’re going to get out of this.”

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Ohioans who are 16 and 17 are only able to get the Pfizer vaccine, because it is the only one of the three approved for that age group. Ohioans over 18 can receive either the Pfizer, Moderna, or Johnson and Johnson vaccine.

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  • Physicians, local health departments, hospitals, federally-qualified health centers, in-home health service providers, as well as some retail and independent pharmacies will be giving shots.


  • The Ohio Department of Health has launched a state portal to schedule COVID-19 appointments. You can go to the online site to schedule at The site links you to vaccine providers to schedule the appointment.
  • A Vaccine Provider Locations searchable directory is available at allowing Ohioans to search by county and ZIP code to find a provider in their area.
  • Kroger announced it will have limited vaccines available. Appointments will need to be needed. More information is available on Kroger’s website or by calling 866-211-5320.
  • Discount Drug Mart will be offering vaccinations. To schedule visit or call your local store.
  • Meijer Pharmacy locations in the Miami Valley will begin to receive COVID-19 vaccines. You can text COVID to 75049 and you will receive a link to register. You also can register online at
  • Walmart will begin administering COVID-19 vaccines at several locations in the Miami Valley on Saturday, March 13. Eligible patients can schedule a vaccine appointment by visiting

PREMIER HEALTH: To schedule a vaccine call (937) 276-4141 between 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. seven days a week. Due to high call volumes, Premier Health advises to schedule online through a Premier Health MyChart account.

Visit view appointment times that are available, and self-schedule vaccinations.

  • Atrium Medical Center Vaccine Clinic: One Medical Center Drive, Middletown
  • Miami Valley Hospital Vaccine Clinic: 25 E. Foraker St., Dayton
  • Miami Valley Hospital South Vaccine Clinic: 2400 Miami Valley Drive, Centerville
  • Upper Valley Medical Center: 3130 N. County Road 25-A, Troy
  • Vaccine Clinic at Dayton Metro Library Northwest Branch: 2410 Philadelphia Dr., Dayton, OH

KETTERING HEALTH NETWORK: To register for an appointment at any of Kettering Health’s Clinics below go to A call center is also available daily from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. to help patients schedule vaccination appointments. Community members can call 1-844-576-3627 to schedule.

  • Kettering location: 2040 E. Dorothy Lane (former Elder Beerman)
  • Jamestown location: 4790 Cottonville Road
  • Dayton location: Grace United Methodist Church, 1001 Harvard Blvd.
  • Beavercreek location: Beavercreek Health Center, 2510 Commons Blvd.
  • Xenia location: Greene Memorial Hospital in the Vera T. Schneider Building, 1141 N. Monroe Drive.


  • Public Health - Dayton & Montgomery County: Vaccination clinics will be held at the Sinclair College Centerville campus, 5800 Clyo Road on April 26. Future dates also will be held at SugarCreek (formerly Kroger) at 900 N. Gettysburg Avenue. Public Health is relocating from the Dayton Convention Center due to work being done in preparation for upcoming events. In addition, the move from Bethesda Temple will allow Public Health to host larger clinics. Appointments may be made by visiting or by calling 1-833-4-ASK ODH (1-833-427-5634) or by calling Public Health at 937-225-6217 or visiting for a link to the state system.
  • Five Rivers Health Centers: Appointments can be scheduled at when additional vaccinations become available.
  • Community Health Centers of Greater Dayton: Call central scheduling to set-up your appointment at 937-461-6869.




  • Primary Health Solutions will be providing COVID-19 vaccines to the community according to the guidelines set forth by the Ohio Department of Health. Individuals should call 513-454-1117 or go to Schedule an appointment by visiting: to make an appointment. Addresses for the vaccines to be distributed by Primary Health Solutions are 1036 S. Verity Parkway, Middletown and 210 S. 2nd Street, Hamilton.
  • Butler County General Health District: The health department is collecting information from organizations and people that are eligible for COVID-19 Vaccines. The survey is available at and is not a guarantee that you will receive a vaccine from BCGHD, but will allow the department to contact you when your turn comes up. You can also register by phone at 513-863-1770.
  • City Of Middletown Health Department: TO REGISTER & SCHEDULE YOUR APPOINTMENT, VISIT:
  • City of Hamilton Health Department is scheduling COVID-19 vaccinations. Residents must have a scheduled appointment. You can fill out the online vaccination form at or by phone at 513-785-7080. If you qualify for the vaccine, a member of the staff will contact you when they have available vaccines for your age group.


  • Family Health is partnering with Darke County Health Department, Wayne HealthCare, and Reid Hospital to get COVID-19 vaccinations out to residents in Darke County. Darke County residents can email and include your name, birthday and phone number to be added to a waitlist. You can also call 937-547-2399 and provide your name, birthday and phone number to be added. Family Health will contact you when you are eligible for an appointment.


  • Auglaize County Health Department To schedule, please call 419-738-3410 and select option 1. Schedule availability will depend on the amount of vaccine received. For more information please visit the website
  • Grand Lake Health will have a limited supply of the COVID-19 vaccine. To schedule an appointment if you fall in the ages currently eligible for vaccinations you can call 419-300-1132. Additional information is available here.




  • The Clark County Combined Health District, in partnership with Mercy Health have started scheduling appointments for qualifying individuals. Currently, you can schedule online by visiting and clicking the banner. Appointments can be made over the phone by calling 937-717-2439. Some appointments have been reserved for those who are unable to schedule online.
  • Rocking Horse Community Health Center, located at 651 S. Limestone St. in Springfield will be offering the vaccine by appointment only during varied hours. Rocking Horse patients will take priority. Valid identification and insurance information will be collected. To schedule your vaccine appointment, call 927-525-4521.
  • The New Carlisle Community Health Center located at 106 N. Main St. in New Carlisle has a dedicated phone line for scheduling at 937-543-0310


  • Wilson Health: Ohioans who are eligible can find out more details, check availability, and schedule appointments through Wilson Health’s website at
  • Sidney-Shelby County Health Department: To schedule through the Sidney-Shelby County Health Department visit:


  • Preble County Public Health is registering those eligible to get vaccinated on


  • Warren County Health District: To inquire about getting an appointment for a vaccine you can visit or call 513-695-7468
  • HealthSource of Ohio: Register to get a vaccine beginning at or call 513-732-8500


  • Clinton County Health Department: The Clinton County Health District will be opening its phone bank (937-382-3829)to schedule COVID-19 vaccinations.
  • Clinton Memorial Hospital: To schedule you are being asked to call 937-382-9610 Monday through Friday between 8:30 a.m. and 4 p.m.


  • Mercer County Health District: Anyone still interested in getting the vaccine through MCHD can call 419-586-3251 extension 1462 to be put on a waiting list for a future vaccination opportunity.
  • Mercer Health: Registration and additional information is available online at Vaccine recipients will be asked to enter their name, date of birth, address, and phone number. Anyone unable to register online can call 567-890-7188. A Mercer Health representative will call all registered recipients to confirm registration and finalize appointment details. Individuals who do not meet the criteria will not receive a phone call to confirm registration.