Elkhart County Health Department Vaccination Clinic

The Elkhart County Health Department’s COVID-19 vaccination clinic is open to the public. Pfizer and Moderna vaccines are available, as well as booster and pediatric doses.

Now that the COVID-19 Vaccine is available to the public, the Elkhart County Health Department is providing this page to provide information about the process, vaccination locations, forms, and other information to make the vaccination process as smooth as possible. Information on this page may change, so it is best to keep checking back for updates.

Am I Eligible for the Vaccine?

The Elkhart County Health Department is vaccinating anyone age 6 months and up (all minors must have consent from a parent or guardian).

How to Make an Appointment:

COVID-19 vaccines is provided by appointment only. To schedule, re-schedule, or cancel- an appointment call 574-523-2127 or 574-523-2283. You may also click here.

When You Come to the Elkhart County Health Department COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic:

  • Masks are required
  • Must be 18 or older to receive the Moderna vaccine and 5 or older to receive the Pfizer vaccine
  • Please reschedule if you have COVID-19 symptoms, are a close contact to a positive COVID-19 case, or are positive for COVID-19
  • Bring any form of identification (e.g. driver’s license, passport, matriculation card, mail with your address & name, etc.)
  • Bring medical insurance card (not required to receive the vaccine)

Click the button below for a quick guide on what to bring when you get your COVID-19 Vaccine.

What to Bring When you Get your COVID-19 Vaccine

Patient Information

The following is important patient information as it pertains to the COVID-19 vaccine. The Elkhart County Health Department COVID-19 vaccination clinic is using the Moderna and Pfizer vaccine. Click on the buttons below to download consent forms, privacy forms, and more information about the vaccines.

What to do after I am vaccinated?

If you have not received a second vaccination, an appointment for the 2nd dose will be scheduled on-site and you will receive a vaccine card.

After receiving the vaccine, we recommend signing up for the CDC’s V-Safe After Vaccination Health Checker: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/vaccines/safety/vsafe.html