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TriHealth is pleased to announce the launch of the our COVID-19 vaccine program following Governor DeWine’s orders to provide vaccines to individuals in eligible groups as defined by the Ohio Department of Health's phased rollout plan found at Coronavirus.Ohio.gov. Our ability to meet the deadlines set by the state is based on supply of vaccine received, which thus far has been limited as you no doubt have read and heard in the news. We expect this process to take months due to limited supply of the vaccines.

Notice: All vaccination appointments are currently filled.

Due to limited supply of vaccines, currently all our vaccination appointments are filled. Please check back here or your MyChart account for information as new appointments open up. If you don’t have a MyChart account, you can create one here.

There are two ways to schedule an appointment if you are eligible: 

Please check back as more appointments and locations will be added as we receive more vaccines.

Appointments are REQUIRED. Walk-ins will not be accepted.

1. Schedule through MyChart

Click here for a MyChart scheduling tip sheet or click here to watch a video tutorial on scheduling. 

2. Schedule by phone at 513 862 6843

Vaccine scheduling

Important Information and What to Bring to Your Vaccine:

  • Mask: TriHealth requires all patients and visitors to wear a mask within our facilities
  • Arrival: If you arrive early to your appointment, please wait in your car until 15 minutes prior to your scheduled appointment time so that physical distance can be maintained in our clinics.
  • Insurance Card: There is no out-of-pocket cost for receiving the vaccine. However, you will be asked for your insurance information.
  • Driver's License: Your drivers’ license or a form of identification will be required to receive the vaccine.
  • If you receive a COVID-19 vaccine that requires two doses, your second dose will be scheduled during your vaccine appointment.
  • Observation time is necessary. You will be required to stay on-site for at least 15 minutes following your vaccination to ensure there are no adverse reactions. Most reported side effects are mild. Health professionals will be on site to help with any concerns.

TriHealth is proud to be your partner in care and we look forward to helping the Greater Cincinnati community move through this pandemic and to safeguard the health and well-being of our patients and team members.

Please realize that vaccine supplies are limited and it will take time to vaccinate the entire community.

Vaccine Locations - Appointments are REQUIRED

Good Samaritan Western Ridge

6949 Good Samaritan Drive
Cincinnati, OH 45247
2nd Floor Primary Care
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Located in the Medical Office Building at the top of the hill, just past the Emergency Department. 

 

TriHealth Norwood

4750 Wesley Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45212
Wall Street Conference Center
Get Directions

Located in the Wall Street Conference Center. Enter through the YELLOW awning marked 1A Wall Street Entrance. 

 

McCullough-Hyde Memorial Hospital

110 N. Poplar Street
Oxford, OH 45056
2nd Floor
Get Directions

Parking entrance off Main St. Enter through hospital entrance. Clinic is on 2nd floor.

 

TriHealth Baldwin

625 Eden Park Drive
Cincinnati, OH 45202
2nd Floor
Get Directions

TriHealth Baldwin is one of the TriHealth Corporate Offices, located near the intersection of Reading Road and Eden Park Drive. Park on the plaza level and enter under the TriHealth sign. 

 

Bethesda North Outpatient Imaging

10494 Montgomery Rd.
Cincinnati, OH 45242
1st Floor
Get Directions

Located on the Bethesda North Hospital Campus. Once you enter the hospital main driveway, turn left at the 2nd stop sign. The Bethesda North Outpatient Imaging building is situated near Montgomery Road across the large parking lot from the hospital main entrance.

 

COVID-19 Vaccine Resources

Every effort is made to ensure resources are as up-to-date as possible. Visit Coronavirus.Ohio.gov for the most up-to-date information.

Answers to Common Questions about COVID-19 Vaccines

 

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