Their website has a schedule of central Ohio clinics where adults can get free and low cost vaccines, including flu vaccines and travel vaccines.
Provides walk-in immunizations for children and teens less than age 19 at a minimal cost at the Parsons Avenue location and at the Worthington United Methodist Church. Many insurances are accepted as well. No child is denied if not able to pay. Go online for a complete schedule of hours and printable handouts.
Columbus Public Health: 240 Parsons Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43215
Worthington United Methodist Church: 600 High Street, Worthington, Ohio 43085
Offers vaccine clinics throughout Columbus for children under age 18. Vaccines are available at a low cost (or sliding fee scale) for children, and no one will be turned away due to an inability to pay. Visit the website for their clinic schedule and list of clinics that offer travel vaccines. Appointments are required.
280 East Broad Street, Columbus, Ohio 43215
Provides comprehensive well and sick care for children and teens at many locations throughout Columbus. The South High Primary Care Center provides care to adults as well. They accept most insurances, including government insurances (Medicaid, Caresource, Molina), and provide financial assistance for people without insurance who qualify.
Call for an appointment: (614) 722-6200
Offers a list of Ohio Free Clinics. Free clinic services vary, but may include primary care, prescription assistance, dental, vision, behavioral health and other specialties.
35 North Fourth Street, Columbus, Ohio 43215
Project L.O.V.E. (Love Our Kids…Vaccinate Early!) is a partnership between hospitals, area physicians, the City of Columbus, Franklin County health departments, local businesses and community organizations whose goal is to assure that Franklin County children are fully immunized. Go online to find out more information about why immunizations are so important, and what immunizations you should get.
240 Parsons Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43215
Click below for a list of local travel clinics. They provide international travel vaccines. Appointments should be scheduled at least 6 weeks prior to departure.
Parents and physicians may also call the CDC Travel Hotline during the week for recommendations.
Travel Hotline: (800) 232-4636
Are you asking yourself what vaccines you need for school? Like most states, Ohio has very specific guidelines about which vaccines are mandatory for school attendance. Students can be held from attending school if they are not up-to-date. Click below to find the most recent list of required vaccinations.