MIAMI VALLEY — COVID-19 vaccinations in Phase 1B of the state’s vaccination plan began this week.
IMPORTANT DATES TO KNOW:
- Week of Jan. 18: Individuals age 80 and older can get vaccinated.
- Week of Jan. 25: Individuals age 75 and older can get vaccinated, individuals with severe, congenital, developmental and early onset medical disorders also can get vaccinated.
- Week of Feb. 1: Individuals age 70 and older can get vaccinated, K-12 school teachers and staff only for schools which elect to be in-person or offer a hybrid model by March 1 also can get get vaccinated.
- Week of Feb. 8: Individuals age 65 and older can get vaccinated.
WHO WILL GIVE THE SHOTS:
- Physicians, local health departments, hospitals, federally-qualified health centers, in-home health service providers, as well as some retail pharmacies will be giving shots in Phase 1B.
WHERE CAN I GET A VACCINATION:
- A new Vaccine Provider Locations searchable directory is available at vaccine.coronavirus.ohio.gov allowing Ohioans to search by county and ZIP code to find a provider in their area.
- Kroger announced it will have limited vaccines available to those 80 and older after they are distributed on Jan. 18. Appointments will need 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 www.discount-drugmart.com 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 clinic.meijer.com.
PREMIER HEALTH: To schedule a vaccine, Ohioans 80 and older can call (937) 276-4141 between 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. seven days a week beginning Jan. 15. Due to high call volumes, Premier Health advises to schedule online through a Premier Health MyChart account.
Visit www.premierhealth.com/vaccine 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
A drive-thru vaccination clinic will be open at UD Arena on Jan. 20 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. and Jan. 21-Jan. 23 from 8:30 am. to 5:30 p.m. An appointment is required to receive a vaccination. Additional clinics might be scheduled depending on the receipt of additional vaccine from the State of Ohio.
KETTERING HEALTH NETWORK: To register for an appointment at any of Kettering Health’s Clinics below go to ketteringhealth.org/coronavirus
- Clinic at Jamestown Health Center: 40 doses will be administered the week of Jan. 18. Appointments can be made for Jan. 19 and Jan. 21 from 1 to 6 p.m.
- Clinic at the former Elder-Beerman store at Kettering Town Center (2040 E. Dorothy Lane): 1575 doses will be administered the week of Jan. 18. Clinics will be held on Jan. 19 and Jan. 20 from 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Jan. 21 and Jan. 22 from 7:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. An appointment is required.
- Public Health - Dayton & Montgomery County: COVID-19 vaccinations for the previously scheduled Jan. 20 clinic at the Dayton Convention Center are now full. No future dates have been scheduled at this point, however any new dates will be added here and at www.phdmc.org.
- Five Rivers Health Centers: Clinic by appointment at the Family Health Center for individuals age 80 or older at the corner of Salem Avenue and Philadelphia Drive Jan. 21, Jan. 22 and Jan. 23. Appointments can be scheduled beginning Jan. 17 at fiverivershealthcenter.org.
- Community Health Centers of Greater Dayton: Providing vaccines at each of its six locations for individuals age 80 or older in Montgomery County. Call central scheduling to set-up your appointment at 937-461-6869.
- Miami County Public Health will begin vaccinating those 80 and older on Tuesday, Jan. 19 through Friday, Jan. 22. Vaccinations will be done by appointment only and you must register to get an appointment. Registration can be done by calling the hotline at 937-573-3461 between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. You can also register by filling out the registration form online at miamicountyhealth.net. If you register online a member of Public Health will contact you to schedule an appointment. Miami County’s first 600 doses of COVID-19 vaccine from the week of Jan. 18 have been accounted for. Registration will reopen when there are new vaccine allocation from the state.
- Premier Health will begin doing vaccinations the week of Jan. 18 for those 80 and older at Upper Valley Medical Center. To register to get a vaccine you can visit PremierHealth.com/vaccine. Upper Valley Medical Center will receive 400 vaccines during the week of Jan. 18.
- Kroger Little Clinics in Piqua and Troy are expected to receive about 100 doses of the vaccine to administer to those 80 and older. Registration for an appointment is expected to begin this weekend online at Kroger’s website., according to the Miami County EMA.
- Greene County Public Health will hold its first Phase 1B Vaccination Clinic on Thursday, January 21, 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the former Greene County Career Center site, 2960 W. Enon Road in Xenia. You must be signed up on the list prior to attending this clinic and have received notification by phone to attend. You can sign up to be added to the list to be notified of the next available clinic here: https://healthalert.gcph.info/COVID19/signup. Once signed up, you will be notified by phone 1-2 days prior to the clinic that is available to you.
- Beginning next week, 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: www.community-first.org/pharmacy 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 fall into both Phase 1A and Phase 1B for COVID-19 Vaccines. The survey is available at www.bchealth.us 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 is conducting pre-registration for the phases of the vaccine that are currently open at covid.cityofmiddletown.org. The address where the vaccine is being administered is 1 Donham Plaza, Middletown.
- City of Hamilton Health Department is scheduling COVID-19 vaccinations for the first wave of age 65+ with underlying health conditions in Phase 1B. Residents must have a scheduled appointment. If you are a Hamilton resident age 65+ you can fill out the online vaccination form at www.hamilton-oh.gov 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 email@example.com and include your name, birthday and phone number to be added to a wait list. 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 began scheduling those individuals that fall in the Phase 1B 80+ age group for the COVID-19 Vaccine on Wednesday, January 13. To schedule call 419-738-3410.
- Grand Lake Health will have 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.
- Logan County Residents who are age 75+ should visit www.loganhealth.org/ to complete the online form to be added to the waiting list.
- If you do not have the means available to use the website entry, you must call (937) 592-9040, Option 6 to be added to the waiting list.
- Due to an overwhelming response, LCHD is asking Logan County residents who are between age 65 and 75 to please wait for further instruction at this time.
- Beginning Jan. 14 those in Phase 1B populations can fill out the online registration form for vaccines at www.champaignhd.com or by downloading the form to fill out and drop off at the Champaign County Health Department.
- Clark County Combined Health District and Mercy Health are partnering to administer vaccines at one location at the Upper Valley Mall, by appointment only. Residents are encouraged to sign up for alerts from the health department at www.ccchd.com or call 937-717-2439. Call-in scheduling should be reserved for individuals without access to a computer. The website and phone line will be open for scheduling, beginning Friday, Jan. 15. Valid identification and insurance information will be collected.
- 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 is setting up dedicated phone lines for scheduling. Those phone lines will be available soon.
- If you are interested in receiving the vaccine and meet the criteria for the Phase 1B category, the first step is to sign-up to receive notifications of vaccine availability. You can sign-up at: www.shelbycountyhealthdept.org. Once the vaccine becomes available, individuals will be contacted via the information they provided through the online sign-up (phone, email, or text message) to schedule their vaccine appointment.
- Preble County Public Health will begin registering those age 80 and older to get vaccinated on vaccinatepreble.com. All appointments for available COVID-19 vaccine for the week of Jan. 18 have been filled at this time. Registration will re-open for the week of Jan. 25 as soon as the Ohio Department of Health provides Public Health with the date the department expects to receive more vaccine as well as the number of vaccine they plan to send the county.
- Clinton County Health Department: Vaccinations for the week of Jan. 18 have been filled. New information will be shared when the next vaccines will be administered.
- Clinton Memorial Hospital will begin scheduling vaccinations for those age 80+ on Jan. 18. 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 Department: Registrations for vaccinations the drive through clinic in Mercer County the week of Jan. 18 have CLOSED. Mercer County Health Department is planning on holding weekly COVID-19 vaccine clinics on Wednesdays at the Mercer County Fairgrounds. Individuals will be required to register online through Eventbrite or by calling the MCHD office at 567-890-2619. The MCHD will publicly announce related information each Monday. Registration will open at noon on Tuesdays, and MCHD staff will be available to assist with registration over the phone until 3:00 PM. No appointments will be scheduled before noon on Tuesday. Weekly vaccination clinics may be canceled due to inclement weather or insufficient supply of vaccine.
- Mercer Health: Mercer Health is now taking registrations for the COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic which will be held next Thursday, Jan. 21 and Friday, Jan. 22. Individuals who are 80 years of age or older are eligible for this Phase 1B distribution as a part of Ohio’s Vaccination Distribution Plan. Registration and additional information is available online at https://mercer-health.com/covid-19-coronavirus-information. 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 criteria will not receive a phone call to confirm registration.
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