Steps to Receive Your Vaccine

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Getting vaccinated at the SCHD Main Clinic or at SCHD Mobile Vaccine Clinics:

  1. Main Clinic. COVID-19 vaccinations are offered by appointment at SCHD's Main Clinic at 2716 W. Central for uninsured adults and children and for children who are covered by CHIP or Medicaid/KanCare. To schedule an appointment, call 316-660-7300.

  2. Initial Vaccinations. SCHD administers Pfizer, Johnson & Johnson (J&J) and Novavax vaccines. To find a provider administering Moderna vaccine, visit

    • First and second shots of Pfizer vaccine are available for people age 5+.

    • First, second and third shots of Pfizer vaccine are available children 6 months through 4 years who are eligible for services at our Main Clinic. These vaccines are administered by appointment by calling 316-660-7300.

    • A third shot of Pfizer vaccine is available for those who meet certain health conditions. For more information, see Additional Dose Information.

    • A single-dose J&J vaccine is available for people 18+. [see note below*]

  3. Booster Doses.

    • People 5+ should get a new, reformulated Pfizer booster if they received a second shot of Pfizer, Moderna or Novavax vaccine 2 or more months ago or if they received a J&J shot two months ago. 

    • People 18+ can get a Novavax booster if they have completed a primary series at least 6 months ago, have received no previous boosters and cannot or will not get the bivalent booster. 

  4. Locations & Parking.

  5. Bring These with You: Come prepared with the following to expedite the vaccination process:

    1. Your vaccine card or other documentation of previous vaccine doses. If lost, request it from the place you received vaccine. Our staff is unable to look up doses given in other states.
    2. Complete a registration form {English} {Spanish} {Vietnamese}

    3. You will not be asked to provide other forms of identification.  

*The FDA limits the use of Johnson & Johnson vaccine.  For additional information, click here