Flora Templeton Stuart Accident Injury Lawyers created this page to keep those interested in receiving the COVID-19 vaccine informed so they can get the vaccine when eligible.
This is a combined, up-to-date list of local health care institutions, pharmacies, and public health organizations that offer the vaccine, along with information so you can sign up to get your vaccine. This information is for residents in South Central Kentucky.
At present vaccines are being offered to individuals in Phase 1A, 1B, and 1C of Kentucky vaccination plan. The majority of the vaccination sites are open to anyone who is a resident of Kentucky. Go to the attached graphic to determine if you are eligible at this time for an appointment. We will keep this updated as soon as eligibility moves to the next phase. We recommend to sign up for the vaccine at multiple locations and taking the first appointment available.
The vaccine that you will receive (Pfizer, Moderna, Johnson & Johnson) varies based on the pharmacy or location that you register with. If you have a vaccine preference, be sure to check the pharmacy’s website before signing up.
Phase 1A: Long-term care facility residents/staff, assisted living facilities residents/staff, and healthcare personnel
Phase 1B: First responders, anyone age 70 or older, K-12 school personnel
Phase 1C: Anyone age 60 or older, anyone older than 16 with high risk health conditions, all essential workers
Phase 2: Anyone age 40 or older
Phase 3: Anyone age 16 or older
Phase 4: Children under the age of 16
Currently taking appointments for Phase 1A, Phase 1B, and Phase 1C. To schedule an appointment text ‘COVID’ to 270-796-3200 for group 1C or email email@example.com. Include your full name, date of birth and phone number to be placed in the queue. The only way to schedule an appointment is by TEXTING or EMAILING. Be sure to limit yourself to one submission per eligible person. Go to medcenterhealth.org/coronavirus/ for info.
Now making appointments for Phase 1C! A regional vaccination site through a partnership with Kroger is at the formers Sears store at the Greenwood Mall in Bowling Green. To schedule an appointment, visit kroger.com/i/coronavirus-update or call 866-211-5320. You can also speak with a virtual assistant to determine your eligibility for the vaccine. It will be first come first serve so get in early. It usually opens up on Monday or Tuesday morning and fills quickly.
Sheldon’s is now scheduling appointments to administer the Johnson & Johnson (Single Dose) vaccine at all 5 of their Kentucky locations. If there are no appointments available, keep checking their Facebook page as they will continue to update their page as more vaccines become available. Visit sheldonsrx.com/services/COVID-19-Vaccine or call a Sheldon’s near you to sign up.
Several Walmart pharmacies have vaccine appointments available for those in Phase 1C, including Russellville, Central City, and Elizabethtown. For those interested in receiving the vaccine, visit walmart.com and enter your zip code to see if your local Walmart has appointment availability.
Currently, Owensboro Health has available appointments for those 60+ to receive the vaccine. Click here to sign-up. You can get an appointment immediately, but may need to call and wait on hold. Many have gotten appointments within 2-3 days, but you must be 60 or older. Owensboro Health is 1-hour away from Bowling Green.
At this time, you can now sign up for the vaccine at various Walgreens locations for Phase 1C, including Glasgow and Franklin. Other Walgreens locations will soon offer Covid vaccines, so check back later for more information. Visit walgreens.com/findcare/vaccination/covid-19 and set up a profile to receive notifications.
CVS pharmacy will soon offer Covid vaccines so watch for this opportunity coming soon. Visit www.cvs.com/immunizations/covid-19-vaccine for more information.
You can sign up now in Phases 1A, 1B, and 1C. Go to clinic.meijer.com/register to sign up. You must first register at the pharmacy.
T.J. Health Pavilion has been approved as a regional vaccine site for those 60 and older in Phase 1C. They will be calling 500 people each week to schedule their vaccine appointment. To reserve your spot on the waiting list, fill out the form at tjregionalhealth.org/vaccine OR call 270-659-1010.
GH is vaccinating frontline workers and first responders for Phase 1C. Individuals who are age 60 and above can click here and submit to the form to be added to the waitlist.
Kentucky Hotline: Call 855-598-2246 for help in finding a location where you can get your vaccine.
This blog will be updated by Ms. Stuart on a daily basis. We hope that this will help you get vaccinated to stay safe.
The county you reside in can give you information at your local health department and in some cases schedule vaccines.
Currently, the Adair County Health Department has no vaccines available and are not keeping a waitlist. To sign up for the vaccine, register for one of the regional vaccination locations found at https://govstatus.egov.com/kentucky-vaccine-map.
The Allen County Health Department is not currently scheduling appointments for vaccines. To be added to the waitlist, residents age 70 or older can call 270-239-7378 Monday-Friday between the hours of 9:00 am-12:00 pm and 1:00 pm-3:00 pm. Once the vaccine is available, you will be contacted to schedule an appointment.
The Christian County Health Department is now taking vaccine appointments for those in Phase 1A and 1B. Vaccines will be administered at The Bruce Center in Hopkinsville. Click here or call 270-887-4160 ext. 640 to schedule your appointment. Vaccines will be schedule on a first come, first serve basis and they are not keeping a waiting list. Currently, all appointment slots are filled. Call on or after February 15th for availability.
Owensboro Health has vaccines available for those in Phase 2 & 1B. If you are over the age of 70, make an appointment at OwensboroHealth.org/vaccine or call 270-685-7100.
For residents of Grayson County, Kentucky that are 70 years old or older, visit https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/LQT8C3H to be added to the waitlist. Please limit one submission per person.
Hopkins County has finished vaccinating Phase 1A and first responders/school personnel in Phase 1B. They are now scheduling appointments for the 70+ group. Vaccines will be administered at Baptist Health Madisonville. Visit https://www.baptisthealth.com/vaccine/ to sign up.
There are several options for Logan County residents in Phase 1A and Phase 1B to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. The Walmart in Russellville has appointment availability throughout the week, and Walgreens will soon begin to administer vaccines. Visit walmart.com to schedule an appointment.
Currently, no local centers are administering the COVID-19 vaccine. Several pharmacies and hospitals in the area have applied for the vaccine and will be able to administer the vaccine in the future. For now, those 70+ can register for one of the regional vaccination locations found at https://govstatus.egov.com/kentucky-vaccine-map or call the Monroe County Health Department to be added to the waitlist.
Muhlenberg County residents can contact Owensboro Health to make an appointment. Visit OwensboroHealth.org/vaccine or call (270) 685-7100 to sign up.
Walgreens pharmacy in Franklin is now scheduling vaccine appointments for Simpson County residents. To schedule your appointment, visit walgreens.com/findcare/vaccination/covid-19 and set up a profile.