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  • MyChart COVID-19 Vaccine Information

    Effective February 8th, 2021

    TriHealth is following Governor DeWine’s orders to provide COVID-19 vaccines to individuals by age group. We will open vaccine appointments to eligible age groups as they are announced by the Governor and as vaccines become available to us. Our ability to meet the deadlines set by the state is based on supply of vaccines received, which thus far has been limited.

    TriHealth patients will receive a notification through MyChart of their eligibility for vaccination. This is not a confirmed or guaranteed appointment. Appointments will be available as we receive additional vaccines. Please check back daily for open appointments.

    There are two ways to schedule vaccine appointments, once you are eligible:
    Appointments are required; there are no walk-in appointments.
     1. Schedule directly through MyChart
      • An alert for the COVID-19 vaccine will appear under “To Do”. (Please note that a “To Do” alert is not a confirmed or guaranteed appointment, but a notice that you are now eligible to schedule.)
      • Click on:

      • Select “COVID-19 Vaccine”
      • If appointments are available, you will see the option to schedule. When schedules are full, no appointments will be visible. Please check back.

    Click here for a MyChart Scheduling Tip Sheet or Click here to watch a video tutorial on scheduling.

    If you do not have a MyChart account, you can register as a new user by clicking “SIGN UP NOW” at the right. Then click “SIGN UP ONLINE” or click here. When you are eligible, you will be sent an appointment alert with the next round of vaccine appointments.

     2. Call 513-86COVID (513-862-6843) to speak to a representative. Call volumes are very high, so MyChart scheduling is encouraged. For answers to frequently asked questions, please visit
    Important information for your appointment:
     • Arrival. If you arrive early to your appointment, please wait in your car until 15 minutes prior to your scheduled appointment time so that physical distance can be maintained in our clinics.
     • No cost. There are no out-of-pocket costs for receiving the vaccine. However, you will be asked for your insurance information to cover the cost of administration of the vaccine.
     • Bring. Your drivers’ license or a form of identification will be required to receive the vaccine.
     • Be ready to schedule. The COVID-19 vaccine requires two doses. Your second dose will be scheduled during your vaccine appointment. Second-dose appointments cannot be rescheduled, so please come prepared with your calendar.
     • Stay for observation. You will be required to stay on-site for at least 15 minutes following your vaccination to ensure there are no adverse reactions. Most reported side effects are mild. Health professionals will be on site to help with any concerns.

    TriHealth is proud to be your partner in care and we look forward to helping the Greater Cincinnati community move through this pandemic and to safeguard the health and well-being of our patients and team members.

    For information about TriHealth Compassionate Visitor Policy click here.
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