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Immunization Clinics & Vaccines

OSU Free Clinics

Patients are seen at the Rardin Family Practice Center. Services are provided for those who have no health insurance and have a low to moderate income. Call for more details.

  • Columbus Free Clinic: Free healthcare for anyone, provided by medical students
    (614) 404-8417
    columbusfreeclinic.com
  • Latino Free Clinic (La Clínica Latina): Free healthcare for Spanish-speaking patients
    (614) 349-1038
    clinicalatina.com
  • Asian Health Initiative: Free healthcare for Asian-American and Asian immigrant patients, and those at high-risk for Hepatitis B
    (614) 216-9730
    ahifreeclinic.wixsite.com/site
  • Noor Free Clinic: Free healthcare provided by Muslim nurses and physicians
    (614) 516-3075
    noorcommunityclinic.weebly.com

2231 North High Street, Columbus, Ohio 43201
medicine.osu.edu/departments/family-medicine/diversity-equity-and-inclusion

Franklin County Public Health (FCPH)

Find lots of educational resources and city services on their website. FCPH offers many services and resources, including:

280 East Broad Street, Columbus, Ohio 43215
(614) 525-3160
Weekend, Holiday and After Hours Emergency Hotline: (614) 525-3965
Telecommunications for the Deaf: 711 or (800) 750-0750
myfcph.org

Columbus Public Health (CPH) Resource Lists

These neighborhood resource lists are extremely helpful in finding resources near you. They provide detailed listings of free and low cost health care, vision care, dental care, prescription help, food pantries, transportation, job help, transportation, pregnancy resources and much more. They are updated frequently and reviewed by the Columbus Public Health social work team. Please note that CPH does not provide direct monetary assistance, but these lists are helpful in finding community agencies that do provide this assistance.

240 Parsons Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43215
(614) 645-7417
Columbus Public Health Neighborhood Social Work Helpline: (614) 645-6807
https://new.columbus.gov/Services/Public-Health

Columbus Public Health Immunization Clinic

Provides immunizations for children and teens 18 years old and younger at a minimal cost. 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
(614) 645-7945 or (614) 645-8180
columbus.gov/publichealth/programs/Immunization-Program

Fast VAX Facts Mobile App

An app that parents and caregivers can use to get trusted, factual information on immunizations. Search “Fast VAX Facts” in the Apple App Store or on Google Play. Click the link below for more information.
fvf.ohioaap.org

Franklin County Public Health (FCPH) Immunization Clinic

Offers vaccine clinics and information on vaccines for children and adults. 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
(614) 525-3719
myfcph.org/shots

I Am Boundless

Serves: Children, teens, individuals, and families with ID/DD and/or behavioral health challenges.
Family of nonprofit companies providing person-centered care to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and behavioral health challenges. They offer primary care, dental, psychiatry, applied behavior analysis (ABA) and outpatient behavior health services, care coordination, long-term and temporary residential support, in-home and out-of-home respite services, day programs, and afterschool programs. Family Support Services are provided by the State of Ohio for families who need help keeping their loved one at home. Services vary by location, find details and request an appointment on their website.

  • Worthington Campus and Administrative Office:
    445 East Dublin-Granville Road, Worthington, Ohio 43085
    (614) 844-3800
  • Newark:
    22 North First Street, Newark, Ohio 43055
    (740) 334-4056
  • West Carrollton:
    700 Liberty Lane, West Carrollton, Ohio 45449
    (937) 247-2400
    Center-Based ABA: (937) 672-1587
  • Mahoning Valley Campus of Care:
    1960 East County Line Road, Mineral Ridge, Ohio 44440
    (330) 596-1042
  • Medina:
    1065 Medina Road, Medina, Ohio 44256
    (330) 596-1042
  • Perrysburg:
    28555 Starbright Boulevard, Perrysburg, Ohio 43551
    (567) 312-4722

(800) 409-2729
iamboundless.org

Immunization Coalition of Central Ohio

Their website has a schedule of central Ohio clinics where adults can get free and low cost vaccines, including flu vaccines and travel vaccines.
vaccineforme.org

Nationwide Children’s Hospital (NCH) Care Connection (School-Based Health Services)

Provides additional access to healthcare at your child’s school. The services provided are not meant to replace your pediatrician or family doctor. Care Connection programs include: Primary Care for ages 0-21, vaccination clinics, School-Based Asthma Therapy (SBAT), Wheelchair Clinic, Vision, Dental, Diabetes and School Health (DASH), Mental Health counseling. Visit the website for a list of participating school locations and additional contact information.
(614) 355-2590
nationwidechildrens.org/care-connection

Nationwide Children’s Hospital (NCH) Primary Care Centers

Offers community-based health services for children (ages birth to 21) including regular physical exams, vision, hearing and general development checks, immunizations, and sick visits. No child will be denied care due to inability to pay for services. They accept most insurance plans, including Medicaid, Caresource, and Molina. They also offer financial assistance programs, including payment based on income (sliding scale), for those who qualify based on family size and income. No child is denied services due to race, color, sex, national origin, gender identity, disability, religion, age or sexual orientation.

  • Livingston Ambulatory Center (Downtown): 380 Butterfly Gardens Drive, Columbus, Ohio 43215
    (614) 722-2000
  • Eastland: 2599 South Hamilton Road, Columbus, Ohio 43232
    (614) 355-9600
  • Hilltop: 2857 West Broad Street, Columbus, Ohio 43204
    (614) 355-9900
  • Linden: 1390 Cleveland Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43211
    (614) 355-9300
  • Lincoln Village: 4766 West Broad Street, Columbus, Ohio 43228
    (614) 938-8100
  • Northern Lights: 3553 Cleveland Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43224
    (614) 938-8150
  • Near East: 1125 East Main Street, Columbus, Ohio 43205
    (614) 355-9200
  • Northland: 4560 Morse Centre Road, Columbus, Ohio 43229
    (614) 355-9400
  • Olentangy: 5070 North High Street Columbus, Ohio 43214
    (614) 355-9500
  • Sharon Woods: 1777 East Dublin-Granville Road, Columbus, Ohio 43229
    (614) 355-7400
  • South High: 1405 South High Street, Columbus, Ohio 43207
    (614) 355-9000
  • Westerville: 433 North Cleveland Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43082
    (614) 355-8300
  • Westside: 441 Industrial Mile Road, Columbus, Ohio 43228
    (614) 355-9700
  • Whitehall: 561 South Yearling Road, Whitehall, Ohio 43213
    (614) 355-9800

Central Scheduling: (614) 722-6200
nationwidechildrens.org/primary-care-centers

Ohio Association of Free Clinics (OAFC)

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.
88 East Broad Street, Columbus, Ohio 43215
(614) 914-6458
ohiofreeclinics.org/who-we-are/clinic-map-test.html

Project LOVE

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 by age 2. 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
(614) 645-7559
columbus.gov/projectlove

Travel Vaccine Clinics

Click below for a list of local travel clinics, that provide international travel vaccines. Appointments should be scheduled at least 6 weeks prior to departure.

Parents and physicians may also find information on travel vaccine recommendations on the the CDC website.
cdc.gov/travel

What Vaccines Do I Need for School?

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.
cdc.gov/vaccines/schedules


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