All Tennessee adults are now eligible for COVID-19 vaccination.
County health departments, pharmacies and other medical centers are administering the COVID-19 vaccine. Depending on where you choose to receive your vaccination, the sign-up process will be different.
Below we outline numerous places you can get your COVID-19 vaccine (in and near Williamson County) and how to sign up for it.
If you know of a pharmacy or clinic administering COVID-19 vaccine, contact us at [email protected]
1Williamson County Health Department
WHERE: Ag Expo Center, 4215 Long Lane, Franklin
WHAT TO KNOW:
Williamson County is now booking appointments for individuals aged 16 and older who wish to receive COVID-19 vaccinations.
The Williamson County Health Department offers COVID-19 vaccination by appointment. To book your appointment, visit Vaccinate.tn.gov and click the blue “Proceed to COVID-19 questionnaire” button at the bottom of the page to start your registration. If you need help scheduling your vaccination, please contact the call center at (615) 595-4880.
2All Other County Health Departments
WHERE: Health Departments across the state
WHAT TO KNOW: You can register to receive your COVID-19 vaccine in other counties by visiting the link above. You will choose the county you are interested in receiving your COVID-19 vaccine from and the site will display information regarding risk-based and age-based phases, vaccine availability at health departments, and information to request an appointment.
WHERE: As of March 23, two Williamson County locations are administering COVID-19 vaccine – Brentwood: 142 Cool Springs Festival 8105 Moores Lane and Franklin: 176 Franklin Marketplace 1021 Riverside Drive
WHAT TO KNOW: Individuals must have an appointment. Publix is administering the Johnson & Johnson vaccine. At the direction of the federal government, retailers participating in the Federal Retail Pharmacy Program must continue to prioritize the following: teachers, school staff and child care workers who work in pre-primary, primary and secondary schools, as well as Head Start and Early Head Start programs (including teachers, staff and bus drivers) and those who work as or for licensed child care providers, including center-based and family care providers. After those in the prioritized group are finished making appointments, any remaining appointments will be available to other eligible individuals.
WHERE: Various Kroger locations
REGISTER: kroger.com/covidvaccine or by calling 866-211-5320
WHAT TO KNOW: Individuals requesting appointments must meet the criteria for the current phase of the vaccination plan. There is no charge to individuals and insurance status is not a barrier for vaccination.
WHERE: Various Walmart and Sam’s Club locations
WHAT TO KNOW: Eligible customers will schedule a vaccine appointment directly via the Walmart and Sam’s Club websites once appointments are available, making it convenient to get vaccinated while allocation lasts.
A membership is not required to get a vaccination at Sam’s Club.
In addition to appointments, the scheduler will provide a digital reminder when it is time to return for the second vaccine, which is why customers are asked to create a profile, helping to ensure customers receive the second dose of the vaccine.
WHERE: 2340 Fairview Boulevard, Suite #300, Fairview, TN 37062
WHAT TO KNOW: Recipients do not need to live in Williamson County, and they only need to qualify with the current criteria. After submitting a waitlist form, the pharmacy will contact recipients when there are vaccines and appointments available.
1113 Murfreesboro Road, Suite 319, Franklin, TN 37069
122 E. Commerce Street, Lewisburg, TN 37091
WHAT TO KNOW: Individuals without an appointment will not be able to walk up to receive a vaccine.
All vaccinations are to be given at no charge to the recipient.
Your second dosage appointment will be scheduled when you check-in for your first dosage appointment.
WHAT TO KNOW: Vanderbilt is offering the COVID-19 vaccine to patients following the direction of the Tennessee Department of Health and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Here’s what Vanderbilt patients should know now: Vanderbilt will reach out to you when it’s your turn to get the vaccine. They will send a message through your My Health at Vanderbilt Account (MHAV) to let you know it’s time for you to schedule your vaccine. MHAV is Vanderbilt’s online patient portal. If you are a Vanderbilt patient and you don’t already have a My Health at Vanderbilt account, start yours now at this link.
When it’s your turn, you will be able to easily schedule your vaccine appointments. You will schedule both doses at the same time.
9Ascension Saint Thomas
10Maury Regional Health
Maury Regional Medical Group Primary Care, 5421 Main St, Spring Hill, TN 37174
Maury Regional Medical Center, 1224 Trotwood Ave, Columbia, TN 38401
Marshall County Medical Center, 1080 North Ellington Parkway, Lewisburg, TN 37091
WHAT TO KNOW: Maury Regional Health offers COVID-19 vaccination by appointment to those who meet current phases and age criteria as outlined by the Tennessee Department of Health. The south central region is now offering vaccinations to individuals age 16 and older. Vaccination appointments are made available based on supply.
Vaccinefinder.org helps you find clinics, pharmacies, and other locations that offer the COVID-19 vaccine. An important note: Currently, several pharmacies are listed on vaccinefinder.com that have not yet received their vaccine doses and are, therefore, not ready to take appointments for the COVID-19 vaccine. However, the pharmacies listed on vaccinefinder.com are expected to be able to administer the COVID-19 vaccine soon.
Williamson County COVID-19 Public Information Line:
Available Monday through Friday, 9:00 am to 4:00 pm
Williamson County COVID-19 Vaccine Information in Spanish:
The Williamson County Emergency Management Agency has created a page of vaccine information in Spanish, available at: https://tn-williamsoncountyops.civicplus.com/349/Distribucin-de-la-vacuna.
Tennessee’s COVID-19 Vaccination Plan
For an understanding of the phased approach for the COVID-19 vaccine and more information on the vaccine, click here: https://www.tn.gov/content/dam/tn/health/documents/cedep/novel-coronavirus/COVID-19_Vaccination_Plan.pdf