100 Glenns Creek Road
Frankfort, KY 40601
502- 564-7647
Monday – Friday 8:00am – 4:30pm

Franklin County Health Department
Free Drive-Thru Testing Events
Dates:  Check the link below for available dates 
Signup:  FCHD.org/covid19testing
Location: Franklin County Health Department

CLINIC building located at 100 Glenn’s Creek Rd.

Additional Information: FREE COVID-19 testing opportunity at the Franklin County Health Department CLINIC building located at 100 Glenn’s Creek Rd. This may be a rapid test or may be sent off to the lab and you will receive results in 48-72 hours based off symptoms an individual is experiencing.

COVID-19 Testing Locations –  Click here to learn of testing location 

Franklin County Health Department

Vaccine Process

We want to remind everyone to please be patient and kind as we are working as fast as we can to get through these tiers safely and as comprehensive as possible.
The tiers we are following are what is recommended from the ACIP, CDC and the Kentucky Department for Public Health. We are working to comprehensively cover each tier before moving on to the next tier.
There is no hard and fast date of when the next tiers will be vaccinated but we will let the community know as soon as we know any additional information.
We urge people to continue to check our social media page, website (fchd.org), these daily updates and other news media outlets in Franklin County as we will push those community events out in every way possible.
Everyone will have PLENTY of opportunities to signup! 

Additional Vaccine Locations

*Please note these facilities are not associated or facilitated by local health departments

SCHEDULING 2nd Dose 

Vaccine provided by FCHD  –  We will reach out to everyone that gets the first/prime dose with the Franklin County Health Department when it is time to schedule the appointment.  No need to call for scheduling. 
Vaccine provided by another Location – 
It has also come to our attention that many are questioning if they can schedule their second/boost dose with FCHD if they got their first/prime dose elsewhere. 
If elsewhere is Lexington or even another regional site in the state then they need to return to that site.  The provider that gives the first dose automatically receives the second/boost dose and that we can’t un-match pairs and therefore waste doses.  
Vaccine provided out-of-state, additional issues – 
“Unsupported doses”  – If a person truly has a need, such as they have moved here from another state and it is not feasible for them to return, etc. 
The state has created a website  https://redcap.chfs.ky.gov/surveys/?s=MJ8CDF9AMK   for them to complete where they will be matched with the correct Pfizer or Moderna vaccine location.  

 FAQ Vaccine Questions

Click the image above or visit https://govstatus.egov.com/kentucky-vaccine-survey

Vaccine Locations for Kentucky
https://govstatus.egov.com/kentucky-vaccine-map

 

Meijer Pharmacy Vaccine
https://clinic.meijer.com/

Ephraim McDowell System
(Boyle) https://www.emhealth.org/ or call 859-936-8350
UK Healthcare
https://ukvaccine.org/ or call 859-218-0111
Walmart
https://Walmart.com/covidvaccine (Must create a Walmart account)
Berea (Madison)
Richmond (Madison)
Winchester (Clark)
Harrodsburg (Mercer)
List of 125 pharmacies, call the pharmacy to confirm availability of vaccine:
Veterans
VA Lexington COVID-19 Vaccines –
Lexington VA Health Care System 859-233-4511, Must be in the VA system
Frankfort: Kentucky Army National Guard Vaccination Response Team is scheduling for Tricare beneficiaries (Prime, Remote Prime and dependents/families over the age of 18) and military retirees at Boone Center if you present valid ID and Tricare card. Email for appointment: [email protected]

Kroger Partnership  
https://www.kroger.com/i/coronavirus-update/vaccine

  • Check for appointment availability

https://www.kroger.com/rx/guest/get-vaccinated

 

If it shows no appointments, that means the vaccine clinics have filled or closed. Check back frequently for additional days and times. 

ALL EVENTS are Drive-Thru style.  

Vaccine is by appointment only!!

Providers or Pharmacies who want to offer COVID-19 vaccine

Local providers and pharmacies who are interested in enrolling to be a vaccine provider need to go to the following website:  https://govstatus.egov.com/ky-covid-vaccine.

KDPH will utilize the following systems and platforms to share information and manage the COVID-19 vaccination campaign (where applicable):

  • Kentucky Immunization Registry (KYIR)
  • Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System (VAERS)
  • Vaccine Tracking System (VTrckS)
  • Email

Vaccine Provider Enrollment

Please read the Vaccine Provider Enrollment Letter and Checklist prior to completing the registration!!!

Enrollment Checklist and Flowchart

Click here for KY Registration Form

No phone number available at this time.

Any questions can be directed t0 the [email protected] email 

Volunteers to Vaccinate:

The state is credentialing nursing students, pharmacy students to be vaccine providers so that they can assist the health department with mass vaccinations.   They can enroll at this site https://ky.readyop.com/contact/register/71  

Please know that there is a high probability that the assignment will not be serving within Franklin county.  

No phone number available at this time. 

Become a volunteer- Learn More about Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) 
Sign up to volunteer here.

Fax Number for Cases
(502) 564-9586

Contact our Contract Tracing Team at
(502) 564-7647 x126

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