COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Vaccine Scheduling and Walk-Ins

Let's get you vaccinated

OhioHealth is providing the COVID-19 vaccines at designated vaccine clinics and Primary Care locations.

Vaccine recipients younger than 18 must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian at all appointments. COVID-19 vaccines are not available at our hospitals, emergency departments or Urgent Care locations.

We make vaccines and boosters convenient

COVID-19 vaccine and booster walk-in clinic location for ages 12 and up

Check back often. Vaccine clinic information is updated frequently and subject to change.

  • Columbus: OhioHealth Grant Family Medicine
    290 E Town St
    Walk-in hours: Monday-Friday, 8:30 AM-4:30 PM
    Available vaccines: Pfizer, Moderna

Many OhioHealth Primary Care locations now provide COVID-19 vaccines and boosters through office visits. You can also visit the Ohio Department of Health website to find retail clinics and other providers throughout Ohio that have the COVID-19 vaccine and boosters.

OhioHealth Kenton Urgent Care is the only location that can perform preprocedural or presurgical COVID-19 testing. Obtain an order from your provider to avoid charges for an urgent care visit.

Pop-up vaccine events

Pop-up locations will offer Primary series Pfizer COVID-19 vaccines for individuals age 12 years and older (individuals under the age of 18 will need a legal guardian present).  Pop-up locations will offer the updated (BIVALENT) COVID-19 vaccine boosters to patients ages 18 years and older. Number of available vaccines varies by clinic.

Access your COVID-19 immunization record or test results in MyChart

OhioHealth cannot replace physical immunization cards, but if you received your COVID-19 vaccine or test at an OhioHealth clinic or location, you can view your immunization record or test results in MyChart. 

  • Sign in to MyChart online or in the OhioHealth mobile app.
  • Tap or click Menu, and select COVID-19 in the My Record section. You have a few options when sharing your vaccination or test result:
     
    • Option 1) Expand the details of your vaccination or test and take a screenshot.
    • Option 2) Tap or click the Download/Export button and select Download vaccination PDF, or Export to Health Wallet if you have a supported app.
    • Option 3) Tap or click the QR Codes button to be scanned at participating locations using the SMART Health Card Verifier app.

If you don't have a MyChart account, but received your vaccination from OhioHealth, you can request an activation code today.

Optional: Request proxy MyChart access for a loved one

If you have an OhioHealth MyChart account, you can request access to a loved one’s account to help them with scheduling and managing their care.

In your loved one’s MyChart account:

  • Open the menu from the home screen and select Share My Record.
  • Select Friends and Family Access, then Invite Someone.
  • Complete the name and email fields, agree to the terms and conditions, and select Send Invite.
  • You will have 24 hours to accept the invitation by logging in to your own MyChart account.