Get Vaccinated with Southeast Healthcare
NOTICE: Our Franklin County Vaccine Site is currently at capacity for vaccine appointments until the week of April 19th. Please check our website frequently for any updates to this notice.
Currently Southeast Healthcare is following the CDC and Ohio local health departments' protocol, and currently scheduling vaccines for:
- Phase 1B: This phase includes Ohioans age 65 or older, and Ohioans born with or who have early childhood conditions that are carried into adulthood, which put them at a higher risk for adverse outcomes due to COVID-19. Refer to coronavirus.ohio.gov for the approved conditions list.
- Phase 1C: Ohioans, beginning March 4th, who work in certain occupations, including child care services, funeral services, and law enforcement and correction services. Individuals who have additional medical conditions that may increase their risk of severe illness and death from COVID-19 are eligible. Refer to coronavirus.ohio.gov for the approved conditions list.
Download the Phase 1C Fact Sheet »
- Phase 1D (Beginning 3/11/21): People with type 2 diabetes under the age of 50. People with end-stage renal disease (also known as end-stage kidney disease) under the age of 50
Download the Phase 1D Fact Sheet »
- Phase 1E: (Beginning 3/19/21): Phase 1E includes those with cancer, chronic kidney disease, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, heart disease, and obesity.
- Phase 2A: Ohioans ages 60 and older.
Download the Phase 2A Fact Sheet »
- Phase 2B (Beginning 3/11/21): Individuals age 50 and older. Individuals age 60 and older previously eligible under Phase 1B or Phase 2A who have not yet received the vaccine remain eligible under Phase 2B.
Download the Phase2B Fact Sheet »
- Phase 2C (Beginning 3/19/21) Extends eligibility to Ohioans who are 40 and older.
Beginning on March 29, eligibility will expand to all Ohioans ages 16 and older. The Pfizer vaccine is the only vaccine approved by the FDA for vaccinating those ages 16 and 17, but citizens 18 and older may receive the Pfizer, Moderna, or Johnson & Johnson vaccine. The FDA has not approved the vaccination of children ages 15 or younger.
Because COVID-19 is a new disease with new vaccines, information is rapidly emerging about how vaccines can help us stop the pandemic.
If you meet the eligibility requirements schedule a vaccine appointment today by calling 614-360-0195 (Franklin County Appts) or 740-942-4905 (Harrison County Appts).
Note: Please allow 1-2 business days to respond to voicemail messages.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), studies show that COVID-19 vaccines are effective at keeping you from getting COVID-19. Experts also think that getting a COVID-19 vaccine may help keep you from getting seriously ill even if you do get COVID-19.
The Food & Drug Administration has approved two COVID-19 vaccines. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has determined four phases of vaccine rollout (see chart below), taking into consideration factors that increase COVID-19 risk or risk of complications, including occupation, age, and health.
Southeast Healthcare is distributing the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine as available and according to state and federal guidelines. The Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine is administered as a two-dose series, 28-days apart. You will not have full protection from COVID until two weeks after you receive your second dose. Second doses are administered 3 or 4 weeks after your first dose, depending on the manufacturer.
In Franklin County, Southeast Healthcare is located downtown at W. Long and High. For your vaccine appointment you will need to enter Southeast Healthcare through the Fresh A.I.R. Gallery at 131 N. High Street and follow the screening procedures before your appointment.
Find Out More Info on the COVID-19 Vaccination
Ohio COVID-19 Vaccination Provider Locator https://vaccine.coronavirus.ohio.gov/
Ohio Department of Health Vaccine FAQ https://coronavirus.ohio.gov/wps/portal/gov/covid-19/covid-19-vaccination-program
Benefits and Facts about COVID-19 Vaccination https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/vaccines/keythingstoknow.html
- For your convenience, you may complete the highlighted sections of these forms, print and sign, then bring to your COVID-19 vaccination appointment. This will help reduce any wait time at the clinic.
Important Vaccine Information
- Appointments are scheduled on a first come, first serve basis within our capacity of the amount of doses we have left to administer each day until we run out and can get more.
- Patient’s must be prepared to fill out registration paperwork and should arrive 10 minutes early to complete the paperwork.
- Vaccine Clinics run in Franklin County at Southeast Healthcare – enter Southeast at Fresh A.I.R. Gallery 131 N. High Street Columbus.
- Bring your paperwork, photo id or drivers license, insurance information, and work ID if applicable as proof of qualification for a limited category.
- The vaccine is administered in the upper arm, so short sleeves are advised.
- All insurances are covering the administration fee and patient’s insurance will be charged (more information is below).
COVID-19 vaccination expectations when you arrive
- Arrive at Fresh A.I.R. Gallery at 131 N. High Street Columbus Ohio.
- Your temperature will be taken when you arrive in our lobby.
- You and our team will wear a mask covering your nose and mouth while you are in our building.
- You will be checked in and a member of our team will review the screening questions with you.
- After you receive your vaccine, you will be asked to wait up to 15 minutes and be monitored by a nurse to rule out any allergic reaction.
In Franklin County, parking in Downtown Columbus is at parking meters and surrounding public surface lots. A public parking lot managed by Citrin is located at E. Long and Pearl St. The attendant box is on the sidewalk on Long Street. There is also a parking garage on the north side of E. Long Street just past pearl where you can pay to park. After you park, walk to cross High St and our building in on the corner or E. Long and High Street at the light. Please allow extra time to find parking before your appointment.
Is there a cost to receive the vaccine?
If you choose to get a COVID-19 vaccine, you will not have to pay. Vaccine doses purchased with taxpayer dollars will be given to Ohioans who choose to receive them at no out-of-pocket cost. Vaccine providers will be able to charge an administration fee for giving the shot to someone. Providers can get this fee reimbursed by the patient’s public or private insurance company or, for uninsured patients, by the federal Health Resources & Services Administration’s Provider Relief Fund.
Please note, we are only permitted to schedule appointments for those who meet the criteria above. In addition, we may only provide second dose vaccinations for those who received their first dose from Southeast Healthcare.