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HSHS has COVID vaccine appointments available to community

The Illinois Department of Public Health authorized local health departments to expand COVID vaccine eligibility in an effort to address first signs of a possible resurgence of the virus. St. Clair and Madison County health departments have determined that vaccine clinics can begin to offer the vaccine to more community members to use doses currently available.

HSHS Medical Group and HSHS St. Elizabeth’s Hospital have COVID vaccine appointments available in O’Fallon and Edwardsville for persons 18 years and older who live or work in Illinois. You do not have to work or live in these counties to receive the vaccine but must be an Illinois resident. At this time, area HSHS locations are offering Pfizer and Moderna vaccines.

How to make an appointment

For a COVID vaccine appointment, the public can sign up for the online patient portal called MyChart. It is free to create an HSHS MyChart account:

– Go to
– Login or Create a MyChart account by clicking “Sign Up Now.”
– Under Quick Links, click “COVID-19 Vaccine Link.”
– Click “COVID-19 Vaccination” and answer questions on eligibility to schedule a FIRST DOSE vaccine appointment.

If appointments are full, check back as additional days and times will be added based available vaccine supplies and clinic days. All vaccine clinics are by appointment only; no walk-ins.

HSHS COVID vaccine clinic locations

To find an HSHS COVID vaccine clinic near you, visit

Vaccines are being administered at HSHS Medical Group Multispecialty Care, located at 1188 S State Route 157, Suite 100 in Edwardsville; HSHS Medical Group Family Medicine, located at 1512 N. Green Mount Road, in O’Fallon; and at HSHS St. Elizabeth’s Hospital, located at 1 St. Elizabeth’s Blvd., in O’Fallon.

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1 Comment

  1. Lavonne Edwards on March 30, 2021 at 8:14 am

    I have been registered with you, I am 64yrs. old, I was told a day late that you had extra vaccines but I was not notified, Why?

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