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    COVID-19 Vaccine Information

    Vaccine Details

    We’re now vaccinating eligible Springfield Clinic patients. You must see a Springfield Clinic physician (primary or specialty care) to qualify. You can book an appointment for a vaccine at the Downtown Drive-Up Lab OR you can drop-in at the West Side Drive-Up Lab. 

    Book Appointment

    Downtown Drive-Up Lab

    701 S. 6th Street, Springfield, IL 62703

    Tuesday & Thursday

    7:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.


    West Side Drive-Up Lab

    3040 Hamlin Parkway, Springfield, IL 62711

    Monday - Saturday

    8 - 11:30 a.m.


    I am eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine but am not a Springfield Clinic patient. Can I still get the COVID-19 vaccine at Springfield Clinic?

    You must be a patient of any Springfield Clinic provider to receive your COVID-19 vaccine at the West Side Drive-Up Lab. Your Springfield Clinic provider can refer you to get your vaccine, or you can click Book Appointment above. 

    If you are not currently seeing a Springfield Clinic provider, please visit the Sangamon County Department of Public Health for additional vaccination locations: https://scdph.org/covid-19-vaccination-scheduling/ 

    I see a specialty care provider with Springfield Clinic, but my primary care doctor is not with Springfield Clinic. Do I qualify?

    Yes. Any patient of a Springfield Clinic physician who sees a primary care doctor or specialist is eligible for a vaccine appointment.

    I don't live in Sangamon county. Can I still get the COVID-19 vaccine at Springfield Clinic's West Side Drive-up Lab?

    You can get your vaccine at Springfield Clinic’s West Side Drive-Up Lab if you are a Springfield Clinic patient and have booked an appointment or are referred by your Springfield Clinic provider, regardless of your address. 

    I booked my appointment. When should I expect a follow-up call from Springfield Clinic?

    A Springfield Clinic representative will reach out to you 48 hours prior to your appointment to confirm your appointment details, complete the required CDC screening and answer any questions. 

    Can I choose which vaccine dose I am getting?

    Springfield Clinic will distribute all three of the vaccines, Moderna, Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson, as they become available to us. If you wish to receive a specific vaccine, we will do our best to accommodate you. However, it will likely mean a longer waiting period as we can’t control what type of vaccine shipments we receive.

    Will my second appointment automatically be scheduled based on the timing of my first?

    You will receive the details of your second appointment, if necessary, when you are called to confirm the first.

    If I receive my COVID-19 vaccine through Springfield Clinic, will this be covered by insurance? Will I receive a bill?

    Springfield Clinic will bill the vaccine administration to insurance. Based on our understanding of federal regulations, insurance plans should not hold the patient responsible for any co-payment or co-insurance. Please call a customer service representative (CSR) at 217.528.7541 if you have question about your bill.

    Our fees are standard by CPT code (a standardized code that represents a procedure or service), not subject to different fees based on insurance coverage.


    How Does It Work?

    Self-scheduling is available to any Springfield Clinic patient who sees a primary care or specialty provider. 

    1. Book an appointment using our website.

    2. Answer a follow-up call from Springfield Clinic to confirm your appointment.

    3. Show up for your appointment.

    After the shot is administered, you will be required to wait for 15 minutes. Once cleared, you are free to leave.

    COVID-19 Vaccine Fact Sheets