Parkview Health COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic
The Parkview Health COVID-19 vaccine clinic is located on the Parkview Regional Medical Center campus at:
3718 New Vision Drive, Building C
Fort Wayne, IN 46845
Enter the parking lot to the south from New Vision Drive.
- Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
The clinic can provide first, second and booster doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine. No appointment necessary.
The Parkview location is focused on vaccinating individuals ages 12 and up. For individuals ages 11 and younger, Parkview has partnered with Super Shot, 1515 Hobson Road, Fort Wayne. For appointments call 260-424-7468.
The Parkview COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic requires that a parent or guardian must accompany the minor who is receiving the vaccine. We will not allow a minor to receive the vaccine without their parent or guardian present.
Booster shots are now recommended for all individuals ages 16 years and older. Those who initially received a Pfizer or Moderna vaccine can get their booster shot six months after their second dose. Those who received the Johnson & Johnson vaccine can get a booster two months after their initial dose. Any of the COVID-19 vaccines authorized in the United States can be given as booster shots, regardless of initial doses. Only the Pfizer vaccine is authorized as a booster for 16- and 17-year-olds.
Frequently Asked Questions: What you should know about the COVID-19 vaccine
Who is eligible to receive the vaccine in Indiana?
Indiana residents age five and older are eligible to receive the vaccine. More information on vaccine eligibility is available from IDOH at http://ourshot.in.gov/.
How to register and where to go in Indiana
Who is eligible to receive the vaccine in Ohio?
Under the direction of the Ohio Department of Health (ODH), Ohioans age five and older are eligible to be vaccinated through the state’s COVID-19 vaccine distribution program.
Ohio’s new Vaccine Management Solution helps Ohio residents check their eligibility, find a provider and receive updates. Go to https://gettheshot.coronavirus.ohio.gov/ to check your eligibility and schedule an appointment.
How to register and where to go in Ohio
How much will the vaccine cost?
There will be no charge to the person receiving the vaccine. However, insurance information will be collected. Federal guidelines ensure that no one is charged out-of-pocket for the administration of the vaccine. There will be no co-pay and no charge to those who do not have insurance.
The vaccine is free, but insurance may be charged for the administration fee by the Department of Health in the state where the vaccine was administered.
PPG Statement for patients
At Parkview Physicians Group, we care about your health and would encourage our patients to be vaccinated for COVID-19 as they qualify to receive the vaccine. The vaccine is effective and safe. There are very few contraindications to receiving the vaccine and even those that have had COVID-19 should receive the vaccine. Severe reactions to the vaccine are very rare (about 11 per 1 million persons receiving the vaccine). Along with the CDC, PPG considers a history of the following to be a contraindication to vaccination with both the Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines:
- Severe allergic reaction (e.g., anaphylaxis) after a previous dose of an mRNA COVID-19 vaccine or any of its components
- Immediate allergic reaction of any severity to a previous dose of an mRNA COVID-19 vaccine or any of its components (including polyethylene glycol [PEG])
- Immediate allergic reaction of any severity to polysorbate (due to potential cross-reactive hypersensitivity with the vaccine ingredient PEG)
- Monoclonal antibody infusion within the last 90 days
The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) recommends that COVID-19 vaccines should not be withheld from pregnant individuals who meet criteria for vaccination based on ACIP-recommended priority groups. Pregnant women may wish to discuss vaccination with their provider.
Vaccine eligibility in our region is set by state departments of health. For details and updates, visit coronavirus.in.gov/vaccine for Indiana and COVID-19 Vaccination Program (ohio.gov) for Ohio.
Find more information on COVID-19 vaccination on the Indiana Department of Health website or the Ohio Department of Health website.