The COVID-19 vaccination phases are under way; however, quantities are currently limited. In response, the CDC and state public health departments have developed a phased approach to vaccine distribution. Please see the details of each phase below or visit the Commonwealth of Kentucky Vaccine Survey to determine current eligibility.
Kentuckians seeking additional assistance may also access the Kentucky COVID-19 Vaccine hotline at 855-598-2246 or TTY 855-326-4654, Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. EST.
In order to receive the vaccine at St. Elizabeth, individuals must be eligible to receive the vaccine under the current Kentucky criteria for Phases 1A, 1B, 1C, 2 or 3 AND must be a:
¿Cuándo podrás recibir la vacuna? Ver los fases en español.
Please note, appointments are only being accepted for Kentucky's Phase 1A, 1B, 1C, 2, 3 qualified groups.
Online Vaccine Scheduling: Phase 1A, 1B, 1C, 2, 3
People Aged 16 Years or Older
People Aged 40 Years or Older
People Aged 50 Years or Older
Frontline Essential Workers
Other Essential Workers
Adults of any age with medical or behavioral health conditions per the CDC that “are” or “might be” at increased risk of severe COVID-19 disease:
The COVID-19 vaccination phases are under way; however, quantities are currently limited. In response, the CDC and state public health departments have developed a phased approach to vaccine distribution.
If you are a member of the currently eligible populations, you may schedule a vaccination appointment through MyChart. Please note that appointments fill quickly because of limited supply. As more supply becomes available, appointments will continue to open up. When MyChart traffic is maximized, you may receive a “busy” signal. Thank you for your patience. If you have questions, please call the Kentucky COVID-19 Vaccine hotline at (855) 598-2246.
PLEASE DO NOT CONTACT YOUR PRIMARY CARE PROVIDER OR COME TO THE HOSPITAL IN AN ATTEMPT TO RECEIVE THE VACCINE. We realize the urgency felt by the community at this time but doing so will overwhelm our staff and prevent us from caring for those that are currently sick.
St. Elizabeth continues to work directly with the Kentucky Hospital Association and the Kentucky Department for Public Health (KDPH) to follow the vaccine prioritization guidelines issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
For more frequently asked questions about COVID-19 vaccination, click here.
The Commonwealth of Kentucky is determining specific plans for vaccinating the next priority group.
The COVID-19 hotline is a service operated by the healthcare professionals at the KY Poison Control Center who can provide advice and answer questions. The COVID-19 Hotline (800) 722-5725 can answer general COVID-19 vaccine questions.
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To learn more about the collaboration with St. Elizabeth Healthcare and Mayo Clinic, visit: stelizabeth.com/mayo-clinic-care-network.