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FCMH is one of four locations that will distribute safe, effective COVID-19 vaccines to person who wish to be vaccinated. Anyone age 65 and older is now elibible to schedule an appointment for a COVID-19 vaccine. Below is the original schedule as issued by the Ohio Department of Health, however, per Governor DeWine, all willing participants in each age group must receive their vaccine before scheduling appointments for the next age group.

Please check back for details about when other age groups can schedule an appointment.
When it is time to schedule your vaccine, call FCMH Central Registration at 740.333.2743. Our caregivers will collect basic information, determine eligibility and schedule your appointment. There are multiple locations in the community that are providing the vaccine - here is some information to help make scheduling as easy as possible regardless of where you get your vaccine.
Once you have scheduled an appointment at FCMH, feel free to download and complete the following forms. If you are not able to complete these forms in advance, they will be available at your vaccination appointment.

The Ohio Department of Health has determined a vaccine schedule for Phase 1b as follows. When your age group becomes eligible for the vaccine, please call us to schedule your appointment.

Fast Facts:

1. Vaccine appointments are taken on a first-come, first-served basis

2. The vaccine is provided at no cost. Vaccine providers can bill a patient’s insurance for a fee to administer the vaccine, but will not be able to charge the patient. Providers can seek reimbursement for uninsured patients from the Health Resources and Services Administration’s Provider Relief Fund.

3. Once you make an appointment at a vaccination site, you are confirmed to receive the vaccine. Please do not register for the vaccine at multiple locations, this will only slow the distribution of the vaccine to others

4. After receiving your first dose, you MUST receive your second dose from the same location. Due to the different vaccines on the market, you may be asked to go to a different location for your second dose, but that determination will be made by the site that administered the first dose

5. Vaccine supply is extremely limited and will be dispensed according to state guidelines as they become available. Eventually every Ohioan will be able to receive a vaccine if they choose to do so.

What you should know about your appointment at FCMH…

  • You do not have to be a patient at FCMH in order to receive the vaccine – they are available to any eligible community members who wish to receive one
  • The FCMH COVID Vaccination Clinic is located in Medical Arts Building 2 Community Classroom, 1510 Columbus Avenue
  • Vaccinations will be scheduled from 1:00pm - 4:00pm every week on Wednesdays and Thursdays beginning January 20th and 21st
  • The Vaccination Clinic will schedule 10 (ten) persons every half hour in order to utilize a full vial of the vaccine. Please be mindful that if we are unable to fill all 10 appointments, you may be moved to the next available, and full, vaccination clinic time
  • Please understand this process will take some time. All patients will be required to participate in a brief health screening and temperature scan upon arrival, there will be a small amount of paperwork and you will be required to stay 15-30 minutes after receiving the vaccine in order to monitor you for any adverse reactions

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Coronavirus (Covid-19) Update

If you have difficulty breathing or need immediate medical attention, call 911 or go to the Emergency Department. If you are experiencing mile symptoms similar to COVID-19, call the Same Day Care Clinic at 740.333.3333 and request a Telehealth visit to speak with a provider by phone. Same Day Care Clinic hours are currently Monday through Friday 9am-7pm, and weekends 9am-3pm. Patients with a FollowMyHealth account have the option of a virtual on-demand visit weekdays from 7am-9am.

Help us observe social distancing- patients with appointments or procedures at FCMH should call in advance for pre-registration by phone.

Fayette County Memorial Hospital is working closely with local and state health agencies to address concerns over COVID-19. Safety continues to be our top priority.


Please refer to our VISITATION & ACCESS policy for the latest information.

How can I be tested for COVID -19?

Fayette County Memorial Hospital is performing COVID-19 testing, but a referral is needed from a healthcare provider. The State of Ohio is offering "pop-up" testing sites around Ohio and information about themcan be found at the Ohio Department of Health.

Patients with mild to moderate symptoms can either call Same Day Care at 740-333-3333 or the Adena Coronavirus Hotline at 740-542-SAFE (7233) and speak with a healthcare worker to discuss the best course of action. Those who need immediate assistance should call 911 or go to the Emergency Department. Please call the Emergency Department at 740-335-1210 prior to entering the building.

*The current price for a COVID-19 test at FCMH is $89.00

FCHM offers three lab testing options for your convenience.

1. Medical & Surgical Associates

Medical Arts Building 2, 2nd Floor

Monday - Thursday

8:00am - 5:00pm

2. Curbside Lab Service - weather permitting

Burgundy canopy at front of main hospital

Monday - Friday

7:00am - 4:00pm

Follow instructions on sign

3. Hospital Lab

Use Emergency Room entrance

24 Hours a Day

Mask required


What are the symptoms of COVID-19?

The following symptoms are reported to appear 2-4 days after exposure

  • fever
  • cough
  • shortness of breath
  • Loss of taste or smell

Find out more about symptoms

How can I prevent the spread of COVID-19

  • Wash your hands
  • Stay home if you’re sick
  • Avoid close contact with others who are sick
  • Cover your coughs and sneezes
  • If you are sick, wear a facemask
  • Clean and disinfect. Learn more about disinfecting

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