NOTICE: All Tulsa Health Department locations are closed Thursday & Friday, Nov 23-24th in observance of Thanksgiving. We will reopen on Monday, November 27th to serve you.
COVID-19 vaccines are safe, effective, and free. The Tulsa Health Department continues to vaccinate anyone ages six months and up at COVID-19 vaccine clinic locations across Tulsa County.
THD offers COVID-19 vaccines and boosters. Appointments are required at THD and can be scheduled online or by calling 918-582-9355. Clients need to bring an ID and copy of their COVID-19 vaccination card to the appointment. Those 6 months to 17 years old will need a parent or guardian present for consent to receive the vaccine.
Click below to schedule an appointment at the following Tulsa Health Department locations:
The Tulsa Health Department is administering the COVID-19 vaccine in alignment with CDC clinical recommendations. Four COVID-19 vaccines are approved or authorized in the United States:
COVID-19 vaccine recommendations are based on three things:
People who are moderately or severely immunocompromised have different recommendations for COVID-19 vaccines.
COVID-19 vaccination has many benefits and is an important tool to help protect you from severe illness, hospitalization, and death. If you haven’t been vaccinated yet, schedule your appointment. Here’s what to expect when getting your COVID-19 Vaccine.
COVID Vaccines are Free
Most Americans can still get a COVID-19 vaccine for free. For people with health insurance, most plans will cover COVID-19 vaccine at no cost to you. People who don’t have health insurance or with health plans that do not cover the cost can get a free vaccine from their local health centers; state, local, tribal, or territorial health department; and pharmacies participating in the CDC’s Bridge Access Program. Children eligible for the Vaccines for Children program also may receive the vaccine from a provider enrolled in that program.
Before your Appointment
These tips from CDC will help you know what to expect when you get vaccinated, what information your provider will give you, and resources you can use to monitor your health after you are vaccinated.
When you arrive at your appointment, you'll be asked to fill out a COVID-19 worksheet with some basic information about yourself. You can fill the form out before you arrive to expediate your visit.
The appointment will usually be completed in under an hour, including the 15-minute observation period following receiving the vaccine. Locations are accessible and wheelchairs are onsite for those that need mobility assistance. Support individuals can escort patients for their appointment. Bilingual (Spanish-speaking) staff are available at our Central Regional Health Center and James Goodwin Health Center locations. We also have a "language line" to call for an interpreter who can speak other languages.
Side effects after getting a COVID-19 vaccine can vary from person to person. Some people experience a little discomfort and can continue to go about their day. Others have side effects that affect their ability to do daily activities. Side effects generally go away in a few days. Even if you don’t experience any side effects, your body is building protection against the virus that causes COVID-19. Adverse events (serious health problems) are rare but can cause long-term health problems. They usually happen within six weeks of getting a vaccine.
The most commonly reported side effects were:
THD works with community partners to accommodate requests for a COVID-19 vaccine clinic onsite at your business or organization.
COVID-19 vaccination record requests can be made in person at any of the Tulsa Health Department immunization clinic locations listed above or by phone at 918-582-9355. You can also fax a request sent to 918-595-4043.
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We have 10 locations across Tulsa County that offer a variety of services to help you and your family stay healthy.