COVID-19 Vaccination Program
Adena Health System serves as one of 15 mass vaccination clinic sites throughout Ohio significantly expanding regional access to COVID-19 vaccines. Adena, along with other healthcare partners across Ohio, are distributing safe, effective COVID-19 vaccines to those who choose to be vaccinated as part of the state's phased vaccination program.
A detailed list of those eligible for vaccination can be found on the Ohio Department of Health's website.
Adena’s Mass Vaccination SitePACCAR Medical Education Center446 Hospital RdChillicothe, OH 45601Parking - FREE
Adena’s mass vaccination administration is by appointment only.
How to schedule your appointment
Ohioans currently eligible to receive vaccines can schedule their appointment:
- Online at gettheshot.coronavirus.ohio.gov; or
- By phone by calling 1-833-4-ASK-ODH (1-833-427-5634)
Cancel your appointment
If you need to cancel your vaccination appointment with Adena, please call 740-54-COVID (740-542-6843).
Need help getting to your vaccine appointment? Click Here to find a list of county partners providing transportation services.
What to bring
Individuals with appointments to receive their vaccination through Adena are asked to bring identification. Many forms of ID are accepted to verify your name, identity, and age. You do not need to show proof of citizenship or residency status.
Before your appointment
Be sure to get plenty of rest the night before your vaccination appointment. Eat and drink water before your appointment.
After your appointment
All individuals should be prepared to wait approximately 15-30 minutes following their shot for monitoring.
Do I need to be a resident of a particular county or an Adena patient?
No, Adena’s vaccination site is open to all eligible Ohioans; you do not have to live in Adena’s service region or be an existing Adena patient to be vaccinated.
There is no cost to get a COVID-19 vaccine, even if you don’t have insurance.
What vaccine is Adena administrating?
Adena is administrating second dose Moderna vaccines to those individuals who have already received their first dose of Moderna through Adena. For all new scheduled appointments, the Johnson & Johnson vaccine will be given.
Individuals who have already received the Johnson & Johnson vaccine who experience severe headache, abdominal pain, leg pain, or shortness of breath within three weeks of getting the Johnson & Johnson vaccine are recommended to contact their Primary Care Provider. If there is a medical emergency, seek treatment at your nearest Emergency Department.
Will I have to come back for a second dose?
The Johnson & Johnson vaccine requires only one dose.
Have questions about COVID-19 vaccines?
- What to know before, during, and after receiving a COVID-19 vaccine
- Understanding How the Different COVID-19 Vaccines Work
- Living Well with Adena - Virtual Community Town Hall Events
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