Welcome to UofL Health COVID Vaccination Scheduling. We are offering limited COVID vaccines to the public for those 16 years and older as vaccinations become available.
If you have an insurance card and a driver’s license or proof of age, please bring them with you to your appointment. Insurance is not a requirement to receive the vaccine, however, we must verify that you are over 16 years of age.
AFTER scheduling your appointment, we invite you to also sign up for our patient portal, MyChart. Simply click here to sign up. MyChart is a quick and easy way to obtain more information about the vaccine and reduce the time spent at your vaccine appointment.
If you have any issues with scheduling your appointment, please call 502-681-1435.
Note: You will automatically be scheduled for the booster vaccination (second dose). Please watch your email for your appointment.
UofL Health is working to set up community vaccination sites with partnering organizations. If you are interested in organizing an event, please fill out our interest form.
- You must schedule an appointment to receive a vaccine.
- A valid ID is required for age verification at your appointment.
- Please complete all sections of the appointment form. The information is required and will enable us to report the vaccination to the Commonwealth of Kentucky and to register you for the second booster vaccine.
Contraindications to receiving the vaccine are as follows:
- If you have received treatment for COVID with the COVID Monoclonal Antibody treatment in the past 90 days
- Received any other vaccination in the past 14 days
- Fever on day of administration
- Signs and symptoms of illness on day of vaccination
Relative Contraindication – Consider not getting the vaccine but you get it if you want
- If you have had a recent confirmed COVID diagnosis
- Note From the CDC: Vaccination is recommended for persons with a history of COVID-19; however, because reinfection is uncommon in the 90 days following infection, persons with a precaution to vaccination and recent COVID-19 may choose to defer vaccination until further information is known about the risk of anaphylaxis following vaccination. Read more >
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