Community COVID-19 Vaccinations

COVID-19 vaccines are here. Supply is limited, and we are working as quickly as possible to vaccinate patients, while following the guidelines setup by the Ohio Department of Health. Appointments are required for vaccinations and criteria must be met. There are no out-of-pocket costs, but insurance will be billed. If the patient does not have insurance, they still qualify for the vaccine with no out-of-pocket cost.

Patient Criteria

Where are vaccines available for the community the week of January 18?

Kettering Health Network is opening clinics and partnering with local health departments to ensure the COVID-19 vaccine is widely available for the communities it serves.

Quantities are announced on a weekly basis, and the network will continue adapting its plans based on the doses available to ensure local residents can receive the vaccine in the most efficient way.

To provide the most efficient distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine, Kettering Health Network’s strategy is individualized on a county basis, determined by the doses allocated for each.

Below are the plans for the week of January 18:

Butler County

  • 100 doses
  • Partnering with City of Hamilton Health Department

Greene County

  • 200 total doses received
  • Partnering with Greene County Public Health to distribute 160 doses
  • Clinic at Jamestown Health Center:
    • Open Tuesday, January 19 and Thursday, January 21 from 1-6 p.m.
    • Distributing 40 doses
    • Appointments required

Miami County

  • 100 doses
  • Partnering with Miami County Public Health

Montgomery County

  • 1575 doses
  • Clinic at 2040 East Dorothy Ln. in Dayton (formerly the Elder Beerman store at Kettering Town Center)
    • Open Tuesday, January 19-Friday, January 22:
      • Tuesday, January 19 and Wednesday, January 20: 7:30 a.m.-5 p.m.
      • Thursday, January 21 and Friday, January 22: 7:30 a.m.-6:30 p.m.
    • Distributing all doses
    • Appointments required

How do I access a list of my qualifying Kettering Health Network patients?

KPN: Practice managers will have access to their practice list in their Epic dashboard.

KPP:  Practices will have access to their practice lists based on the KHN data through their KPP portal. Practices can also pull their own list based on ODH qualifications.

These lists include patients that have been seen in a Kettering Health Network facility in the past two years.

How do patients schedule their vaccine appointment? 

We are encouraging all patients to schedule through the Kettering Health Network website.

If a patient needs assistance, the practice can schedule directly within Epic. If you do not have Epic access, the practice can schedule patients through the public facing website.

Appointments are now available for qualifying patients.

January 14, 2021