Kentucky is vaccinating individuals age 18 and older (effective 4/5/21).
All who arrive for an appointment must show an ID indicating date of birth.
BUT FIRST, Read All Of This Information
What To Know To Schedule Your Appointment
Do not schedule a vaccine right now if:
Vaccines will be offered at:
- You have had a serious or anaphylactic reaction to any other vaccine in the past. You must talk to your doctor first.
- Are pregnant or breastfeeding (talk to your doctor first)
- If you have had COVID-19, schedule your appointment no earlier than 90 days after your initial positive test result. You will be able to see schedules about one month out.
- You must not have had any other vaccination in the past 14 days, including a flu shot.
- Make sure you check your calendar for any conflicts; while you CAN reschedule your appointment, try to not need to.
- The Moderna vaccine requires two doses, approximately 28 days apart. You will schedule your second dose while at your first shot appointment.
Deaconess Henderson Hospital (map
After You Schedule Your Appointment
- You will receive a confirmation email, text and/or MyChart message.
- Log into MyChart to complete eCheck-in prior to arriving to your appointment.
- Please enter the Elm Street Entrance on the first floor. Signage will direct you to the vaccine site.
- Please arrive at your appointment no earlier than 10 minutes before your scheduled time. This helps us keep patients spaced apart during the vaccination process, and keeps parking spaces available.
- Please wear a short sleeved shirt under your clothing.
- Plan to bring your insurance card(s) to your appointment.
- Bring an ID that can verify birthdate.
- Also, bring your work schedule/calendar with you, as you will schedule your second vaccination while at this appointment.
- You will be at your appointment for about 30-45 minutes. Plan to wait at least 15 minutes onsite after receiving your vaccine.
- If you need to reschedule, you can do so through MyChart.
Questions about how the vaccine will be paid for:
Questions about the vaccine?
- The federal government is covering the cost of the vaccine itself, but health care providers are charging a fee (between $30-$40) for administering the vaccine.
- Please bring your insurance card so your insurance company can be billed.