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.
FIRST, Read All Of This Information
What To Know To Schedule Your Appointment
Do not schedule a vaccine right now if:
- 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.
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 Emergency Department Patient Entrance. Signage will direct you to the vaccine site following temperature/symptom screening
- 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.