COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Vaccine Scheduling and Walk-Ins

Let's get you vaccinated

OhioHealth is providing the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine to Ohioans 12 and older 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.

Third dose vaccines are currently only available for certain immunocompromised patients. We expect federal approval for the general public in September.

View translated COVID-19 information.

See how to view your immunization record in MyChart.

Choose what's convenient for you

COVID-19 vaccine walk-in clinic locations 

  • Ashville: OhioHealth Physician Group Primary Care
    299 W Main St
    Walk-in hours: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 7:30 AM to 3:30 PM
  • Ashland: OhioHealth Physician Group Primary Care
    1720 OhioHealth Way, Second floor
    Walk-in hours: Fridays, 8 AM to 3:30 PM
  • Athens: OhioHealth Physician Group Heritage College Primary Care and Geriatrics
    26 Hospital Dr
    Walk-in hours: Fridays, 8 AM to 4 PM
  • Columbus: OhioHealth Eastside Health Center
    4850 E Main St
    Walk-in hours:
    Wednesdays and Fridays, 8 AM to 5 PM
  • Columbus: OhioHealth Grant Family Medicine
    290 E Town St
    Walk-in hours: Monday-Friday, 8 AM to 5 PM
  • Columbus: OhioHealth Physician Group Primary Care
    5193 West Broad Street, Suite 200
    Walk-in hours: Fridays 8am-4pm
  • Dublin: OhioHealth Physician Group Primary Care
    250 West Bridge Street, Suite 101
    Walk-in hours: Tuesdays and Wednesdays 8am-4pm
  • Hilliard: OhioHealth Physician Group Primary Care
    4343 All Seasons Drive, Suite 220
    Walk-in hours: Thursdays, 8 AM to 4:30 PM
  • Kenton: OhioHealth Physician Group Primary Care
    75 Washington Blvd, Suite 102
    Walk-in hours: Thursdays, 9-11:30 AM and 1:30-4 PM
  • Lexington: OhioHealth Physician Group Primary Care
    231 E Main St
    Walk-in hours: Wednesdays, 8 AM to 3:30 PM
  • Mansfield: OhioHealth Physician Group Primary Care
    770 Balgreen Dr, First floor
    Walk-in hours: Tuesdays, 8 AM to 3:30 PM
  • Ontario: OhioHealth Physician Group Primary Care
    1750 W 4th St
    Walk-in hours: Saturdays, 8 AM to 3:30 PM
  • Shelby: OhioHealth Physician Group Primary Care
    199 W Main St
    Walk-in hours:
    Thursdays, 8 AM to 3:30 PM
  • Westerville: OhioHealth Westerville Medical Campus
    300 Polaris Pkwy
    Walk-in hours: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 8 AM to 5 PM

Many OhioHealth Primary Care locations now provide COVID-19 vaccines through office visits. Call your provider for more details. 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.

Pop-up vaccine events 

Step-by-step scheduling through MyChart

Online scheduling is only available to patients with an OhioHealth MyChart account. Second doses can't be scheduled online.

  1. Sign in to your OhioHealth MyChart account at MyChart.OhioHealth.com or through the OhioHealth mobile app.
  2. Click Menu > Schedule an Appointment or Visits > Schedule an Appointment.
  3. Under “Tell us why you’re coming in,” select COVID-19 Vaccination.
  4. Choose your preferred location, date and time. Vaccine appointments are only available at designated OhioHealth COVID-19 vaccine clinics.
  5. Follow the prompts to verify or update your personal information and insurance. On the final page, click Schedule to finish.

What's next

  • Once you’ve scheduled, watch for an email from OhioHealth MyChart with information to help you prepare for your appointment.
  • Up to seven days before your appointment, complete the eCheck-In (First Step) process through OhioHealth MyChart to verify your information, insurance and sign consent.
  • If your vaccine requires a second dose, we’ll schedule the appointment for your second dose before your leave your first appointment. Don’t forget to complete the eCheck-In process for this appointment as well.

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.

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.
  • Expand the details of your vaccination or test and take a screenshot.
  • You can also tap or click the Download/Export button and select Download vaccination PDF, or Export to Health Wallet if you have a supported app.

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

Third vaccine doses for immunocompromised people

The Centers for Disease Control announced August 13 that certain immunocompromised patients who are more than 28 days past their second dose of the Pfizer or Moderna COVID-19 vaccine are now eligible to receive a third dose of vaccine.

  • Talk with your primary care provider to make sure a third dose of vaccine is recommended for your condition.
  • OhioHealth is offering third doses of the Pfizer vaccine to eligible patients at our walk-in clinics.
  • Please bring your Pfizer vaccination card or proof of vaccination.
  • OhioHealth does not have the Moderna vaccine.
  • Additional doses of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine are not currently recommended.
  • Eligibility criteria, vaccine location search, and frequently asked questions are available on the CDC website

Third doses or booster doses of COVID-19 vaccines have not yet been approved for the general public, but health officials are anticipating a federal recommendation to begin offering third-dose or booster shots for the general public in September. OhioHealth can only administer third doses of the COVID-19 vaccine to immunocompromised patients at this time.

We also expect federal recommendations to suggest waiting eight months from your second dose of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine before receiving a third dose. At this time, we do not anticipate that recipients of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine will be eligible for additional vaccine doses.