Due to the increase in COVID-19 cases, the following location is temporarily closed and appointments are being moved to other locations or to telehealth:
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Everyone 16 years of age and older is eligible. You do not have to be a MetroHealth patient to receive the vaccine.

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The Pfizer vaccine is approved for anyone 16 years or older. Minors who are 16 or 17 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. It requires two doses. You will be scheduled for your second dose when you receive your first. 

Getting the COVID-19 vaccine is safe, effective and our best chance to get back to normal this summer. 

WHEN:  Friday, April 23 from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m.

WHERE: 5398 Northfield Road, Maple Heights, 44137. Free parking. Bus lines: 40, 41 and 90F. 

REGISTRATION INSTRUCTIONS:

Additional vaccination dates are expected to be made available soon. You can also call the 2-1-1 line for help scheduling. 

 

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Eligibility

  • Vaccination eligibility is currently limited to people who are *16 years and older.
  • Vaccinations are available by appointment only.
  • You DO NOT have to be a MetroHealth patient to schedule an appointment.
  • We can only offer scheduling for first doses of Pfizer at this time. Your second dose of Pfizer will be scheduled at the time of the first dose. 
  • Bring a photo ID to your appointment. 
  • Insurance is not required. If you do not have insurance, select No Insurance at the bottom of the list on the scheduling page.

*16- and 17-year olds

  • Pfizer is the only vaccine currently approved for age 16-17.
  • You must schedule at Northfield or Pearl Road Drive-Thru.
  • A parent or guardian must be present for a 16-17 year old to be vaccinated.

Registration is required.  Please call 216-778-6100 to learn more about registering to receive your vaccination.

When Can I Expect to Get the Vaccine?

MetroHealth is vaccinating patients in accordance with state and federal guidelines. Vaccinations are available by appointment only. We can only offer scheduling for first doses of Pfizer at this time. Your second dose of Pfizer will be scheduled at the time of the first dose. 

The federal government provides the vaccine free of charge to everyone living in the United States. The cost of administering the vaccine will be billed to your insurance company, Medicare or Medicaid. If you are a Medicare patient, please bring your Red, White and Blue Medicare card, which Medicare requires. There is no out-of-pocket cost to anyone.

If you are eligible to receive the vaccine and we have supply, you will be contacted through MyChart

  • If you are an existing MetroHealth patient but have not set up a MyChart account, please see MyChart Signup
  • If you are an existing MetroHealth patient with an active MyChart account, please confirm your phone number and email address are current.
    • To do this, log into MyChart and navigate to the Personal Information section.
    • Click the Edit button to make any updates.

For information on how to schedule an appointment through MyChart, see MyChart FAQs.

If you are an eligible patient and need help scheduling your appointment, call 216-778-6100.

Click here for this information in Spanish

Additional Resources:  Centers for Disease Control and Prevention | Food and Drug Administration | Ohio Department of Health

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