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4613 N Oketo Ave
Harwood Heights, IL 60706
708-867-7828

4613 N Oketo Ave, Harwood Heights, IL 60706 708-867-7828

Mon – Thur: 9AM to 9PM | Fri – Sat: 9AM to 5PM | Sun: 1PM to 5PM

Vaccine Appointment Resources

We’re all anxious to get vaccinated against Covid-19 so we can feel safe out in the world again. Right now, though not impossible, it is still fairly difficult to get a vaccination appointment. Persistence and luck play a factor in getting an appointment, so please keep trying.

We’ve collected the resources below to try to make the process as pain free as possible.

Cook County Department of Public Health

The Cook County Department of Public Health has opened a Priority Vaccination Site at West Leyden High School at 1000 Wolf Rd, Northlake, IL 60164 for residents of Norridge, Harwood Heights, Melrose Park, Maywood, Bellwood, Stone Park, Berkeley, Northlake, and Franklin Park.

Walk-ins are accepted between 8:30 AM and 5:00 PM. Or guarantee your vaccination by calling 312-864-0591 to make an appointment.



Cook County Community Vaccination Program

If you live or work within Cook County, sign up with the Community Vaccination Program. Once registered you’ll be assigned to your vaccination phase. Right now we’re in Phase 1B which includes individuals 65 and over and frontline essential workers.

With the Community Vaccination Program, you can sign up for COVID-19 updates and information to schedule an appointment when administration expands to your phase.

To sign up visit vaccine.cookcountyil.gov or call 833-308-1988, Monday-Friday: 7:00 AM – 7:00 PM.

Check back regularly to find appointments in Cook County, including those at Triton College and the Tinley Park Convention Center.

Oak Street Health

Oak Street Health is working with state and local governments to provide COVID-19 vaccines in the Chicagoland area.


In-Home Vaccination

The Cook County Department of Health is working to integrate mobile home health care vaccination services to reach home-bound individuals who are unable to go to the COVID-19 vaccination sites due to medical reasons.

Fill out the CCDPH form or call 833-308-1988 Monday-Friday: 7:00 AM – 10:00 PM. Saturday: 8:00 AM – 10:00 PM.



Zocdoc

At Zocdoc.com, you can search for local vaccination appointments. If none are available, you can sign up to be notified when new appointments are open.

Start a search at zocdoc.com/vaccine or call 312-746-4835, open at 8:30 AM.

Check back regularly to search for appointments including those at the United Center and at Wright College.

Dr. B, Vaccine Standby List

Created by a the former CEO of ZocDoc, Dr. B connects vaccine providers with patients when extra doses become available due to missed appointments.

A phone with the ability to receive text messages is required to sign up and only one patient can sign up per phone number.

Sign up online at hidrb.com.

Lindsey LaPointe’s Office

State Representative for District 19, Lindsey LaPointe is organizing volunteers to help with scheduling vaccination appointments.

If you’re over 65 and you’re having trouble getting your vaccination, please sign up online or call 773-647-1174.

If you’d like to help someone else set up an appointment, sign up online.

Pharmacy Appointments

All of the pharmacy locations below currently require making appointments through their websites and are not accepting phone calls.

If the website requires entering a zip code we suggest starting with your home zip code and, if no nearby appointments are available, branching out to neighboring zipcodes, 60706, 60176, 60634, 60656, 60631, 60131, 60171, 60707, 60641, 60630, 60646. Find more nearby zipcodes.

Mariano’s: marianos.com/rx/covid-vaccine
Jewel Osco: mhealthappointments.com/covidappt
CVS: cvs.com/immunizations/covid-19-vaccine
Walgreens (Walgreens Account Required): walgreens.com/findcare

Other Locations

At coronavirus.illinois.gov/s/vaccination-location, the State of Illinois maintains a map of health centers, pharmacies, and other locations offering vaccinations. The list below the map includes links with information on scheduling appointments.

New sites and pharmacies are being added daily. Please check back regularly for available appointments.

Other Appointment Finders

ILVaccine
An Evanston 8th grader created a website to assist Illinois residents in finding a vaccine appointment. This site is updated by volunteers so there may be a slight lag for appointment updates. There are a number of health care providers listed, in addition to some above.
ilvaccine.org

VaccineFinder
This CDC vaccine finder website can help find vaccine appointments anywhere in the country. Information may be limited while more providers and pharmacies are added in the coming weeks.
vaccinefinder.org

Avoid Scams

While vaccination details are getting worked out, here’s what you can be sure of:

  • You can’t pay to put your name on a list to get the vaccine. That’s a scam.
  • You can’t pay to get early access to the vaccine. That’s a scam.
  • Nobody legit will call about the vaccine and ask for your Social Security, bank account, or credit card number. That’s a scam.

Ignore any vaccine offers that say different, or ask for personal or financial information.

Learn more

More Assistance

If you or an acquaintance are unable to access the internet to search for and schedule a vaccination appointment, please call the library at 708-867-7828 to ask how we might be able to help.

Categories: Adults.

Vaccine Appointment Resources

We’re all anxious to get vaccinated against Covid-19 so we can feel safe out in the world again. Right now, though not impossible, it is still fairly difficult to get a vaccination appointment. Persistence and luck play a factor in getting an appointment, so please keep trying.

We’ve collected the resources below to try to make the process as pain free as possible.

Cook County Department of Public Health

The Cook County Department of Public Health has opened a Priority Vaccination Site at West Leyden High School at 1000 Wolf Rd, Northlake, IL 60164 for residents of Norridge, Harwood Heights, Melrose Park, Maywood, Bellwood, Stone Park, Berkeley, Northlake, and Franklin Park.

Walk-ins are accepted between 8:30 AM and 5:00 PM. Or guarantee your vaccination by calling 312-864-0591 to make an appointment.



Cook County Community Vaccination Program

If you live or work within Cook County, sign up with the Community Vaccination Program. Once registered you’ll be assigned to your vaccination phase. Right now we’re in Phase 1B which includes individuals 65 and over and frontline essential workers.

With the Community Vaccination Program, you can sign up for COVID-19 updates and information to schedule an appointment when administration expands to your phase.

To sign up visit vaccine.cookcountyil.gov or call 833-308-1988, Monday-Friday: 7:00 AM – 7:00 PM.

Check back regularly to find appointments in Cook County, including those at Triton College and the Tinley Park Convention Center.

Oak Street Health

Oak Street Health is working with state and local governments to provide COVID-19 vaccines in the Chicagoland area.


In-Home Vaccination

The Cook County Department of Health is working to integrate mobile home health care vaccination services to reach home-bound individuals who are unable to go to the COVID-19 vaccination sites due to medical reasons.

Fill out the CCDPH form or call 833-308-1988 Monday-Friday: 7:00 AM – 10:00 PM. Saturday: 8:00 AM – 10:00 PM.



Zocdoc

At Zocdoc.com, you can search for local vaccination appointments. If none are available, you can sign up to be notified when new appointments are open.

Start a search at zocdoc.com/vaccine or call 312-746-4835, open at 8:30 AM.

Check back regularly to search for appointments including those at the United Center and at Wright College.

Dr. B, Vaccine Standby List

Created by a the former CEO of ZocDoc, Dr. B connects vaccine providers with patients when extra doses become available due to missed appointments.

A phone with the ability to receive text messages is required to sign up and only one patient can sign up per phone number.

Sign up online at hidrb.com.

Lindsey LaPointe’s Office

State Representative for District 19, Lindsey LaPointe is organizing volunteers to help with scheduling vaccination appointments.

If you’re over 65 and you’re having trouble getting your vaccination, please sign up online or call 773-647-1174.

If you’d like to help someone else set up an appointment, sign up online.

Pharmacy Appointments

All of the pharmacy locations below currently require making appointments through their websites and are not accepting phone calls.

If the website requires entering a zip code we suggest starting with your home zip code and, if no nearby appointments are available, branching out to neighboring zipcodes, 60706, 60176, 60634, 60656, 60631, 60131, 60171, 60707, 60641, 60630, 60646. Find more nearby zipcodes.

Mariano’s: marianos.com/rx/covid-vaccine
Jewel Osco: mhealthappointments.com/covidappt
CVS: cvs.com/immunizations/covid-19-vaccine
Walgreens (Walgreens Account Required): walgreens.com/findcare

Other Locations

At coronavirus.illinois.gov/s/vaccination-location, the State of Illinois maintains a map of health centers, pharmacies, and other locations offering vaccinations. The list below the map includes links with information on scheduling appointments.

New sites and pharmacies are being added daily. Please check back regularly for available appointments.

Other Appointment Finders

ILVaccine
An Evanston 8th grader created a website to assist Illinois residents in finding a vaccine appointment. This site is updated by volunteers so there may be a slight lag for appointment updates. There are a number of health care providers listed, in addition to some above.
ilvaccine.org

VaccineFinder
This CDC vaccine finder website can help find vaccine appointments anywhere in the country. Information may be limited while more providers and pharmacies are added in the coming weeks.
vaccinefinder.org

Avoid Scams

While vaccination details are getting worked out, here’s what you can be sure of:

  • You can’t pay to put your name on a list to get the vaccine. That’s a scam.
  • You can’t pay to get early access to the vaccine. That’s a scam.
  • Nobody legit will call about the vaccine and ask for your Social Security, bank account, or credit card number. That’s a scam.

Ignore any vaccine offers that say different, or ask for personal or financial information.

Learn more

More Assistance

If you or an acquaintance are unable to access the internet to search for and schedule a vaccination appointment, please call the library at 708-867-7828 to ask how we might be able to help.

Categories: Adults.