• CDC now recommends the Pfizer-BioNTech booster for those ages 12-15. Individuals are eligible 5 months after their primary series.
  • Positive at-home tests kit results are recommended to be disclosed to your local health department, although not mandatory. This is to help get a better understanding of community infection rates. To report your at home test kit results, click here for Hamilton County residents.

Use this map or the tables below to find a pediatric vaccine provider near you. Both public and patient-only appointments included.

Public Pediatric Providers 

Name of Organization

Phone

Other Ages

(513) 863-177

All ages 5+. Appts available now. Limited walk-in hours

(513) 318-1188

All ages 5+. Appts available now

Cincinnati Children's Hospital Community Clinics - Burnet, Liberty, and Green Township Campuses

(513) 636-4293

All ages 5+. Appts availble now. Limited walk-in hours

Cincinnati Health Department - Burnet Ave Clinic

(513) 357-7200

All ages 5+. Appts available now

(513) 732-7499

All ages 5+. Appts available now

(937) 382-3829

All ages 5+. Appts available now

Hamilton County Public Health - Check schedule for locations.

(513) 946-7800

All ages 5+. Walk-ins only

Healthcare Connection - Lincoln Heights Health Center

(513) 588-3623

All ages 5+. Appts availble now

HealthSource of Ohio - Eastgate Pediatrics and Georgetown Pediatrics

Check website for location phone number

5-11 only. Appts available now

Check website for location phone number

5-11 only. Appts available now

(513) 954-0112

All ages 5+. Walk-ins only

UC Health - Hoxworth Center

(513) 584-3673

All ages 5+. Appts available now

(513) 695-1229

All ages 5+. Appts availble now

Win Med - Winneste

Check website for location phone number

All ages 5+ Appts Available now

Pharmacies

CVS (Select stores. Check website)

1 (800) 679-9691

All ages 5+. Appts available now

Kroger (Select stores. Check website)

1 (800) 576–4377

All ages 5+ Appts Available now

Meijer (10+ stores. Check website)

text "COVID" to 75049

All ages 5+. Appts availble now

Walgreens (20+ stores. Check website)

1 (800) 925-4733

All ages 5+. Appts availble now

Patient-Only Pediatric Providers 

Name of Organization

Phone

Other Ages

(513) 232-8100

All ages 5+

Cincinnati Children's Primary Care - Hopple, Fairfeld, Anderson, Batesville, Greensburg, Florence, Mason, Liberty

(513) 636-7722

All ages 5+

(513) 248-1210

All ages 5+

(513) 563-0044

All ages 5+

(513) 948-8444

All ages 5+

Check website for location phone number

Check with provider

(513) 7911222

All ages 5+

(513) 752-3650

All ages 5+

(859) 341-5400

All ages 5+

(513) 682-5400

All ages 5+

(859) 331-4005

5-11 only

(859) 525-8181

All ages 5+

(859) 371-3232

All ages 5+

Springdale-Mason Pediatrics

Springdale (513) 771-1613 or Mason (513) 459-1615

All ages 5+

St. Elizabeth Primary Care and Pediatrics - Alexandria, Bellevue, Burlington, Butler, Covington, Crestview Hills, Crittenden, Dry Ridge, Edgewood, Florence, Ft. Mitchell, Hebron, Highland Heights, Independence, Southgate, Taylor Mill, Union, Florence, Walton, Williamstown

Check website for location phone number

Check with provider

TriHealth Weekend Clinics -

1/8 & 1/9;  8am-3pm, Western Ridge (6949 Good Samaritan Drive 2nd Floor, Cincinnati, Ohio 45247)

Call for appointment. Check website for location phone number.

5-11 only. Appts available now

(513) 871-0684

5-11 only

(513) 922-8200

Check with provider

Click HERE for information on COVID vaccine for ages 12+
Frequently Asked Questions
Is the COVID-19 vaccine safe for children?
COVID-19 vaccines are safe and effective for both children and adults. COVID-19 vaccines have been used
under the most intensive safety monitoring in U.S. history, which includes studies in children. Getting a COVID-19
vaccination can help protect your child from getting COVID-19, and may help keep your child from spreading the
virus to others. The vaccine can also help keep your child from getting seriously sick even if they do get COVID-19.
How many doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine do children need to get?
Children aged 5- to 11-years-old need to get two doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine three weeks
(approximately 21 days) apart for full vaccination. The vaccine dose for 5- to 11-year-olds is one third of the dose
adults receive. The smaller dose works just as well in children because their immune systems are stronger than
those of adults.
Will my child get sick with COVID-19 from the vaccine?
No, your child can’t get COVID-19 from any COVID-19 vaccine.
What are common side effects of vaccines in children?
Most participants (children and adults) in clinical trials had minimal side effects from the vaccine.
The most common side effects are:
• Mild fever
• Chills
• Feeling tired
• Headache
• Muscle and joint aches
• Pain, swelling, or redness where the shot was given
When can children get the COVID-19 vaccine?
Children aged 5 years and older are able to get the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine. Children who are
unvaccinated should continue to wear a mask in public spaces and around people they don’t live with.
Can fully vaccinated children still get COVID-19?
Children and adults who are fully vaccinated are at lower risk of getting COVID-19. The COVID-19 vaccine also
protects people from death and hospitalization. However, if a fully vaccinated person does get infected, they
will most likely have mild or no symptoms at all.
Is it safe for pregnant women to take the vaccine?
Yes, COVID-19 vaccines are safe during pregnancy. If you are pregnant, speak with your healthcare provider to
help you decide when to get vaccinated.
Does the vaccine cost money?
The COVID-19 vaccine is free to all individuals regardless
of insurance, immigration, or financial status.

NEED HELP WITH AN APPOINTMENT?

United Way of Greater Cincinnati 211 is coordinating ride assistance through Lyft and other local transport services and can help make an appointment for those without access to a smartphone. Dial “211” from any phone to request assistance.

Why should you get vaccinated?

Protective

Promising Results

Pandemic-Ending

Minimal Side Effects