Request an On-Site Vaccine Clinic

Thank you for reaching out to the Sedgwick County Health Department (SCHD) regarding an on-site COVID-19 vaccination clinic at your workplace. Vaccinations are an important component of a healthy, productive workforce.  Below are a few options for you and your employees to receive a COVID-19 vaccine.

1.  Host a SCHD vaccine clinic at your worksite – Sedgwick County resident responses in a recent survey indicated interest in receiving vaccine at the workplace. SCHD will arrange the details and provide the vaccinators and support staff. The clinic is no cost to you or your employees. If you are interested in hosting a vaccine clinic, please contact Carter James, COVID-19 Vaccine Planning Manager, at (316) 660-0973 or schdcovidvaccine@sedgwick.gov.  Below is a list of things that are required to host a vaccine clinic, as well as additional recommendations for a successful vaccine experience.   

REQUIRED

RECOMMENDED

2.  Work with a partner pharmacy - Contact the partner pharmacies listed below to assist in vaccinating your employees at the workplace.  

Dandurand Drugs

Point of Contact: Mandilyn Coffman or Ashley Shogren

Email: mandilyn@danduranddrugs.com or ashley@danduranddrugs.com

Phone: 316-962-4210 or 316-729-6000

Professional Pharmacy

Point of Contact: Emily Blew

Email: emilyblew@wichitapharmacy.com

Phone: N/A (wants to be contacted by email)

Derby Drug

Point of Contact: Renee Price

Email: r.price@prorx.net

Phone: 620-218-8917

Freeman Pharmacy

Point of Contact: Sloane Freeman

Email: sloane_057@hotmail.com

Phone: 620-955-7052

Leekers Family Pharmacy

Point of Contact: Bill Stoner

Email: leekerspharmacy@yahoo.com

Phone: 316-744-3948

 

3. Send your employees to SCHD vaccination clinics around the County - SCHD offers the following no-cost, walk-in vaccine clinic options around Sedgwick County:

  1.  For a list of all SCHD clinics, visit the SCHD website at www.sedgwickcounty.org/covid-19/vaccine

 4. Send your employees to other vaccination clinics: To find a vaccine clinic nearby, visit https://vaccines.gov/search/ and enter a ZIP Code. Check with a medical provider or community health center to find out if they offer COVID-19 vaccine.

There is no cost for the COVID-19 vaccines, and health insurance is not required. Some vaccine providers ask if a person has health insurance to recoup the vaccine administration cost from the insurer. The Pfizer vaccine is available to people age 12 and older; the J&J and Moderna vaccines are available to people age 18 or older. Any no-cost option you choose for vaccinating your employees helps the community stay healthy.