SPRINGFIELD, Ohio (WDTN) ─ As a part of Ohio’s Phase 1B vaccination efforts, the Clark County Combined Health District (CCCHD) and the Clark County Emergency Management Agency are working together to continue with state plans, which are now focused on the week of Feb. 8.
Starting Thursday, Feb. 4, Clark County residents ages 65 and over, as well as people with developmental or intellectual disabilities and qualified health conditions, can register to be vaccinated at the following places, by appointment only
- CVS Pharmacy, located at 2565 E Main St, is currently scheduling appointments online at www.cvs.com/vaccine or via the CVS app.
- Walgreens, located at 2609 E. Main St, is scheduling appointments. Currently, the only way to schedule is by visiting https://www.walgreens.com/findcare/vaccination/covid-19
- 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. No one will be turned away due to insurance status. To schedule your vaccine appointment, call 937-525-4521
- The New Carlisle Community Health Center, located at 106 N. Main St. in New Carlisle, will schedule appointments by phone. Please call 937-543-0310
- Springfield-area Kroger pharmacy locations — 2728 East Main Street, 965 North Bechtle Avenue, and 2989 Derr Road — will also be offering the vaccine. Kroger customers are encouraged to visit www.kroger.com/ohiocovidvaccine or to call our COVID-19 vaccine helpline at 866-211-5320 for the latest information on vaccine
- Discount Drug Mart located at 7617 Dayton Springfield Rd, Fairborn OH 45324 visit their website at clinic.discount-drugmart.com/covid/ or call 937-863-0045
- The Clark County Combined Health District, in partnership with Mercy Health will start scheduling appointments for qualifying individuals on February 5th starting at 8am. Appointments can be made with CCCHD by calling 937-717-2439 or visit www.ccchd.com
“We are working very hard to make sure everyone who wants a vaccine in Clark County will be able to get a vaccine,” said Clark County Health Commissioner Charles Patterson. “Please be patient as we begin this massive endeavor.”